re: 5 Reasons why you should NOT go to a coding bootcamp VIEW POST

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I learned on my own and used a lot of the resources you mentioned. It was not easy (several months of waking up daily at 4AM to code, staying up late to code etc) especially because I also had a full time job that demanded more than 40 hrs a week at the time. However, it was a great way for me to learn and worked for my needs. I also have colleagues who came out of bootcamps, and it worked for their needs and style of learning. Do what works for you, but definitely think long and hard about your decision before you commit to a bootcamp financially. Don't make a huge investment before you have at least a decent idea of if you like software development.

 

That's awesome! Congrats on the hard work, and dedication! I completely agree - do what works for you with learning, and financially!

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