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Packt and Humble Bundle have teamed up once again to bring readers a massive selection of eBooks and videos for incredible prices. Worth a total of $1,712, customers can buy everything for as little as $15 – that’s a whole lot of Java learning resources for the price of lunch.

Click here to begin exploring November’s Java Humble Bundle.

Like every Humble Bundle offer, it isn’t just about the products. Customers can also donate money to some incredible charities. This month, Packt and Humble Bundle are supporting GameChanger, an organization that aims to improve the lives of children with life-threatening illnesses and their families through gaming.

When you buy your bundle you can choose how much money you donate, and where it goes – to the charity, Packt, and Humble Bundle.

The offer ends on Monday 12 November.

What you can get

For just $1 you can get your hands on…

  • Spring Security
  • Learning RxJava
    Learn Algorithms and Data Structures in Java for Day-to-Day Applications [Video]]
  • Java 9 Concurrency Cookbook, Second Edition $1
  • Master Java Web Services and REST API with Spring Boot [Video]

For as little as $8 you can get all of the above as well as…

  • Learning Java EE 8 [Video]
  • Building Web Apps with Spring 5 and Angular
  • Java EE 8 Application Development
  • Cloud-Native Applications in Java
  • Java 9 Programming By Example
  • Java EE 8 Cookbook
  • Java Projects
  • Java for beginners: Step-by-step hands-on guide to Java [Video]

And for as little as $15 you can get all of that, as well as…

  • Java EE 8 Microservices [Video]
  • Learning Spring Boot 2.0
  • Mastering Java Machine Learning
  • Architecting Modern Java EE Applications
  • Java EE 8 and Angular
  • Spring 5 Design Patterns
  • Java 11 Cookbook
  • Learning Java by building Android Games
  • Mastering Java 11
  • Learn Spring Boot in 100 Steps – Beginner to Expert [Video]
  • Master Microservices with Spring Boot and Spring Cloud [Video]
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