"Web stuff. That's all bootcamp teaches you, the bare minimum to do basic web development."
According to what? Who? You? 🙄
"Bootcamp barely scratches the surface of CS, and it usually uses crutches to make the web apps anyway (React, Bootstrap, frameworks, etc)."
Define computer science. 🤔
Maybe because the "CS guys" either:
A. Over-engineer what's supposed to be a basic webpage or app
B. Have no clue on as to what they're doing (A reason why a company hires a web dev in the first place? 🙃)
"If web devs like that stuff that's great, but if they don't they should seriously consider getting a degree or rigorous self-learning"
If someone doesn't like a Bootcamp they should go to college? I'm sorry, what? 😕
I'm going to stop quoting the post here.
Reading your post sounds like what's indicative of the more toxic parts of our community. Hasty generalizations and gate-keeping.
It's scary to know people like this are tasked with projects of any scale. Making broad assumptions is generally what can make project development a living hell for all parties involved.
It's not the degree or educational background that makes a developer great. I shouldn't have to say that to another dev, but here we are.
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