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Learn How to Code and Build a Unique Website the Popular Site Builders Can't

If the standard platforms aren't cutting it, it's time to build your own.

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The vast majority of websites are built on platforms like WordPress. Digital entrepreneurship is easier than ever these days thanks to white-labeled services like WordPress, Shopify, WooCommerce, and other business-optimized platforms. But if you have unique business needs or you know precisely what you want your website to deliver, standardized platforms might not meet your needs. If that's the case, it's time to learn how to build your own website. The Backend Developer Bootcamp Bundle can help.

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This five-course bundle can help you build your own backend to a website, allowing you to customize everything that your website can do. The bundle is led by Avetis Ghukasyan (4.5/5 instructor rating), a Wentworth Institute of Technology computer scientist with years of web development experience.

In these courses, you'll take a deep dive into several backend technologies, including C#, SQL, .NET Core, and more. C# is one of today's most important programming languages, used in games, mobile apps, desktop apps, web apps, and more. Here, you'll learn C# fundamentals by actually building apps from scratch that will solve real-world problems. Additionally, you'll use Dapper in .NET to make gathering and managing data in a SQL database easier than ever, use MVVM to create intuitive forms, create and manipulate Excel worksheets via Open XML, and much more. A website's backend is all about managing data and user access, and you'll learn how to make your website more usable than ever.

Give your site an upgrade by learning how to code a unique backend. Right now, The Backend Developer Bootcamp Bundle is just $29.99.

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