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8 questions you should ask yourself before investing in a coding bootcamp (written list)
If you answer NO to any of the below questions, get in touch with us for free resources to get started.
1. Have you tried coding before?
2. When coding, did you enjoy the challenge of problem solving and figuring it out?
3. What is your GOAL for learning to code?
4. If your goal is to…
- Become a Junior dev – Are you prepared for a very competitive job search, and to commit >1 year in the trenches at an entry level salary?
- Become a Freelancer – Are you ready to pitch proposals, secure clients, negotiate rates, and learn new technologies that are required for each project?
- Augment your current career prospects – continue to Question 5.
- If you don’t know, schedule a 10 minute instructor call with us and we’ll help you suss out your real reason for wanting change.
5. Are you prepared to dedicate serious time + the hard work necessary to gain professional-level qualifications? (6 months minimum)
6. Are you prepared to continuously learn new technologies on your own, after the course is over?
7. Do you need support to get to your desired skill level?
8. Are you financially prepared to pay tuition + living expenses during & after the bootcamp?
If you answered YES to the above questions, you are ready to invest in the support you need to learn to code.
If you want to figure out if Java or Python is the right language for you, schedule a 10 minute call to get free guidance from our team.
Curious what you’ll learn in our Java & Python Bootcamps?
Review the syllabi for each of our coding courses: