Software coding bootcamp will get NOT you a job

(Last Updated On: December 7, 2016)

Software coding bootcamp will get NOT you a job

There are so many suckers who think they are expert

Coding boot camps are everywhere these days, promising to arm you with the most highly sought skill in the modern economy: computer programming. While many programs charge thousands of dollars for just a few months of instruction, one school, started in Paris by the French billionaire Xavier Niel, offers a three-year curriculum for free. This week Bloomberg Technology’s Sarah McBride and Marie Mawad report on Ecole 42’s newly-opened Silicon Valley branch, which is hoping to repeat the Paris school’s success in training underprivileged youth. But things haven’t quite turned out the way administrators were expecting.

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It was a calamitous job interview two years ago that prompted Jose Contreras to demand his money back from the coding school he attended. His interviewer, the chief technology officer of a startup, watched as Contreras struggled with basics on JavaScript, a coding language he was supposed to be learning during his courses. “Given you can’t answer this question,” Contreras, now 27, recalls the interviewer saying, “You should ask for a refund.” A few months later, jobless and out $14,400 in tuition and fees, Contreras followed his advice.

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