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Anonymous Having started at Carolina Code School with 0 experience in web development, I learned the skills needed to become a web developer and change my career into technology. I never understood what people meant by, "You will never work a day in your life if you love what you do", till this class. But I will also preface everything by saying it's a labor of love, "You will get out of this class, what you put into it". To get the most out of this class, and be successful, you will be working on your assignments outside of class, nights, weekends, whatever. I can't thank Mady and Lelia enough, they keep the class going when it gets rough. They really do want you to succeed. The curriculum was fast paced, but extremely well laid out. One of the most important things you will get from this class is the ability to actually "learn" and "problem solve", when you graduate this is what employers are really looking for. Life long friends will be made and hopefully you'll develop a life long passion for programming that will take you as far as you want to go! It's called a bootcamp for a reason, it was tough, it's an experience like no other, but I wouldn't trade my 12 weeks there for anything.