Your high-income skill PYTHON
How would your life look like as a Python freelance developer? Can you imagine to work from home, earn a full-time income in 4 hours per day, and actually having time for your family and friends? This is already a reality for hundreds of thousands of Python coders worldwide.
Coding has become one of the best-paid professions in the world ($116,379 is the average US salary of a Python developer) – e.g. Tesla, Google, and Apple are mostly software-driven companies. To become a better Python coder could easily be the most profitable decision in your life.
Do you struggle with understanding code quickly? Is source code a closed book for you? Can your friends read code faster than you? Or are you already proficient with another programming language like Java or C++ but want to learn Python to become more valuable to the marketplace?
If you answered any of these questions with yes, my proven formula to learn Python is for you. Puzzle-based learning is based on the proven principles of good teaching.
Discover new earning potentials!
$116,379.00 (Average US salary Python developer)
$11,637.90 (YEARLY Value of increasing your skills and earnings by only 10%)
Wouldn't you agree that investing in your skills gives you the highest return on invested money (ROI)?
If this course boosts your Python skills just by 1%, you will get a 387% ROI - per YEAR!
What worked for hundreds of Python students before you will work for you. But even if it doesn't: We have a 30-day no-questions-asked refund policy so you have zero risk!
Here is the promise: After completing this course, you have developed your new high-income skill "Python development" empowering you to earn $20/h or more as a Python freelancer. That's guaranteed.
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"I LOVE the way your course is set up. So much so, in fact, that I would love to be able to use it with my students. I love the concept of learning a little bit, then being tested on what you have learned. I believe you call it "practice testing." I plan on implementing that concept as soon as school gets back in session on Monday. I also love the way you have implemented the ELO system, so that students who fail on a question are sent back to an easier one before moving ahead.
When I watched your video on mastering Python to become a freelance programmer, I was impressed. For one thing, I had just read about the need to frequently test our knowledge, that the testing process actually speeds up our learning. I have seen the results in my own studies in the last few days and can't wait to employ this technique with my own students. I also like the fact that we spend the bulk of our time actually writing code. There is no better way of learning that by doing."
Why should you join this Python freelancer course?
The goal of this course is to deliver real-life results for you. It dives deeply into the technical point of view of writing Pythonic code. But it also gives you clarity and a step-by-step roadmap of how to start selling your skills on the marketplace. The ultimate goal is to push you to the level of an average Python freelancer earning $51 per hour from the comfort of your home.
Christian is working as a doctoral computer science researcher in the area of distributed systems in Stuttgart, Germany. He has published several research papers on international conferences and has taught many students in computer science, graph theory, and distributed systems. Christian's mission is to serve aspiring coders through Finxter.com and Coffee Break Python—and to help them kickstart their computer science skills.