In this episode of Syntax, Scott and Wes talk with Heather Payne about bootcamps — how to get the most out of them and what to look out for!
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07:52 - Bootcamps
- What do you teach in the bootcamp?
- How long is it?
- How do you validate and pick topics?
- What makes a good bootcamp student?
- Do bootcamps work?
- How do you get the most out of a bootcamp?
20:45 - Finding a job
- How do you prepare for an interview?
- What qualities, outside of technical skill, do you see in developers who get jobs easily out of the bootcamp?
- Do you see any common traits in the few that don't get jobs?
- What about getting a job in the current climate?
43:30 - Other
- How do income share agreements work?
- Pay what you can income share agreements
- How do you tell if a bootcamp is good?
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