I am interested in attending a bootcamp, I have very little coding background - I am interested in becoming Software engineer - I know that I learn better in a classroom setting rather than online. Also, what are the maths requirements for a software engineering program?
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There are a couple of thigns to keep in mind when you are looking into schools for programming and software eninggering.
1- If you are interested in attending a bootcamp, make sure you take some time to get familiar with foundations and fundamentals of CS. The fast paced nature of bootcamps don't have the time to help you understand the basics, and you have to keep up or you'll just drown.
2- If figuring out how to get started is challening, look into programas that will provide you with the foundations and fundamentals as well as practial experience.
I attended a school in SF, Holberton, that starts off in C wokring with algorithms and databases to help you start training to think like a programmer. Everything is project based, and this makes the tranistion into the work world smooth.