I've seen folks from bootcamps become fantastic engineers and application architects, and I've seen CS grads write some truly awful, unmaintainable/overly clever code. The reverse is also true! Both a CS grad and a bootcamp grad both have a lot left to learn when they enter the workforce. I've found that the desire and drive to continuously get better is a way better indicator of someone's ability to succeed than their degree.
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