There's already a lot of feedback here, so I'll keep my limited opinion brief: at my company, we've found that bootcamps can, at best, produce good developers for junior positions. When we're looking to hire a mid-to-senior position, they've never made the cut.
At best, I think bootcamps can produce developers ready to learn more and find their place in a real coding environment with some extra guidance. I have yet to be persuaded they can produce a fully-prepared, professional developer without extra experience.
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