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It will seem a lot less like ‘The Matrix’ by the time you’re done.

Learning to code is increasingly more important, yet many of us fail to try because we think it’s too difficult or time-consuming.

Rather than tackling the meaningless lines of Matrix-style digits in your mind’s eye, you should check out the Complete 2016 Learn to Code Bundle. It offers eight beginner-friendly video courses, teaching every mainstream language you are likely to encounter (and use).

There is no set path through the courses, but The Foundations of HTML, CSS & JavaScript is a good starting point. This 13-hour track introduces the three basic building blocks of any web page or app. By the time you finish this bundle, you’ll have mastered important web technologies such as PHP, jQuery, Bootstrap, as well as use of frameworks like AngularJS, the AWS S3 storage platform, and Sendgrid email marketing.

You can enroll now via the Daily Dot store for $59. The price, which is currently 93 percent off, includes unlimited lifetime access to 931 lessons and 108 hours’ worth of content. If you are looking for a way to get started with code, nab this deal before time runs out.

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