Breaking the Code
As an IT professional by day, I come across this question a lot. Should I take a coding
The need for qualified coders has probably never been more pronounced and intense. The experienced coder can write their own ticket and choose when and where they would like to work. Will you leave your Bootcamp with the ability to have your pick of
The Coding Bootcamp Drills
Bootcamp, at its core, is giving students the core foundational level skills that you can then build your structure of programming knowledge upon. The “genius coders” have sacrificed a lot of time before, during and after the Bootcamp class wrestling with foreign concepts. To excel in coding, you must be okay with being uncomfortable. You must be okay with the fact that you may have no idea of how you are going to complete a project at the beginning of an assignment, but you will research and work with others in your team to find the solution. In some cases, programmers are asked to do things and embrace concepts that may have never been attempted. The individuals who can encompass the ideas mentioned above can go on to have the most success.
In conclusion, Bootcamps can be worth it as long as you manage your expectation of what you are getting. Realiz that this is going to be an ongoing obligation to continue learning your craft and not a get-rich-quick ticket.