The decision to enter a full immersion program is an important one and can set the groundwork that influences the rest of your career as a developer. It can also be confusing as you may get different answers from different sources. Though there is always more than one perspective and approach, students need to be cautious about potential misinformation. If possible, you should work to visit the program that you are interested in attending so that you have the chance to see the facility, meet the instructors and talk to current and past students. This should be a wholly transparent process for you, considering that you are going to be spending a minimum of 3 months with the program.
Below, you’ll find our 16 top questions to ask when considering a bootcamp. This list will help you get the clearest picture possible of any particular program so that you are able to make a confident and informed decision:
Gathering information is an essential part of making a decision, but gathering the right information is more important in making an informed decision. Certainly, there is more to understand about a program than what has been outlined above, so ensure you understand what is important to you and your education. Learning the skills to become a marketable engineer in a relatively condensed period can be intense. It is important to choose a program that has the right structure, experience and support in place, so it is also rewarding and enjoyable and sets you up for success for the remainder of your career.
All the best in your educational journey and Happy Coding!
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