In-person Coding Bootcamps are Terrible Business Models
Clint Schmidt

You’re right, but for the wrong reasons. Code is craft, not something you can mass-train into slews of people as if they were cattle. Programming should be learned carefully, with thought and precision. There’s no reason to rush; do it the right way and treat the art with the respect it deserves.

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