Daily Deal: Pay What You Want The Ultimate Web Developer eBook Bundle

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Pay what you want for The Ultimate Web Developer eBook Bundle and you'll get the Professional Java EE Design Patterns ebook, which teaches you about this popular programming language. If you beat the average price of the bundle, you unlock 6 more ebooks. They cover C++, Git, JavaScript and more. There's even a book covering interview tips and techniques for landing your next programming job.

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    shadow firebird, 14 May 2018 @ 12:34pm

    Java … web development??

    I'm sure this is an excellent bundle of books, but it doesn't have much to do with web development. You don't develop web sites or back ends in Java or C++. I mean, you *could*, and maybe some people do. But it's sure as hell uncommon.

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    abraham, 15 May 2018 @ 6:13pm

    for most websites all you need is javascript, css, and html i guess if you were building a data base, than you would need java. Even for things like user logins people rather use php, than spring. if you want you can also extend to eCommerce web design and add some Ruby. There are many ways to create websites but using C++ or Java isn't popular anymore.

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