How to Learn - Bootcamps to Get You Started

By: SwitchUp
Last Updated: January 9, 2020

The term “virtual reality” refers to a computer-generated simulation of a three-dimensional image or environment that users can interact with in a seemingly real or physical way by employing special electronic equipment. Applications can be designed and created for entertainment, business, and educational purposes. Classes in virtual reality teach students about various applications, viewing devices, filming language, audio, production and post-production. They also cover code languages and back- and front-end web development.

A career in virtual reality is akin to working as a software engineer or software developer. An understanding of programming languages as well as UX design is essential. Software engineers earned a median yearly wage of $105,590 in 2018, and employment in this sector is projected to increase 21 percent from 2018 to 2028.

SwitchUp is an online platform that helps students find a technology, data science, or coding bootcamp that will provide them with the education and skills they need to enter the industry and embark on a career in the tech space. When choosing a particular bootcamp, it is important to consider what prior experience/knowledge is needed, the curriculum, the teaching/learning style, and whether it is possible to take the course online.

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