I am a complete beginner, and need training before applying to any bootcamps. Is best use of my time and money to enrole in the almost $3k Fullstack Academy Bootcamp Prep or look for a less expensive option? Any advice is welcome.
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Ultimately, it's about you getting to a place where you feel excited about and comfortably submitting your application. A prep course is also a great way to test drive a school you're interested and see if you like their curriculum, teaching style, etc.
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I agree with Nichole. If I were a beginner I would definitely take a pre-class to make sure this was for me.
I run a small bootcamp near Atlanta called Code Career Academy, and what I do is offer a class called Introduction to Web Development that is 2 weeks long and geared towards beginners. A student can take that class as a stand-alone class or as part of the full bootcamp. If someone takes the class and then decides to continue on to the full bootcamp, I deduct the cost of the Intro class from the full price. In other words it's free if you go on to take the full program.
Signing up for a bootcamp is a big decision. I sincerely recommend trying it out before committing. If at all possible with the instructor for the full course. I believe it is vital that you have an instructor you feel good about working with.
Hope this helps!
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