I have taken the Front-End Development course, and now have a pretty good understanding of HTML/CSS/JS so I decided to jump into Angular (the MEAN stack to be completely honest). But I think it would be best if I could get a mentor to work with me, doesn't have to be free, but I don't want to have to go through the basics again at a dev bootcamp, just to get some mentorship.
FOLLOW THIS QUESTION TO RECEIVE UPDATES
I have heard some great success stories of individuals self-studying through freely available material online and pairing with a mentor. Depending on your personal time commitment, you would need a mentor for 1-5 hours per week and it could take anywhere from 2-8 months.
Based on developer salaries, a junior software engineer will charge you at least $50 an hour. A better, mid-to-senior range engineer will charge 100+ per hour to mentor you. Are you able to pay that much?
If so, reach out to engineers at technology companies near you.
Tags: The flatiron school