Sorry, developer bootcamps: I was wrong
Dillon Forrest

I know some grads that didn’t find their dream job, or didn’t find a job in tech at all. I do agree with much of what you say, including the high ROI compared to college. Even so, it’s not all roses, and for prospective students, I think it’s dangerous to downplay the risk. It *is* a risky investment, better than the lottery, but nowhere close to a guarantee, either.

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