I am an experienced programmer with a big employment gap. This puts me in a tough spot.
A camp that fits my experience level won't take me because, due to the gap, I won't be able to command a $100k salary upon graduation. This would bring down their average.
A camp that doesn't market itself with a high average alumni starting salary figure will be way too basic.
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I attended a school in San Francisco, Holberton. They do not market themselves on starting salaries. They do get excited about student's success, but success does not always mean a big salary. Holberton is cool because you can succeed in the program if you are a beginner, or if you come in with some experience under your belt. If you are still looking for something, you should check it out.
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