I invited on TJ Kinion, the Program Manager / Career Services Director of LearningFuze to talk about what kinds of things to look for in a coding bootcamp to make sure you have all of the support you need to be successful. In a previous video, I invited on a few coding bootcamp graduates to talk about their experiences at LearningFuze. We talked about the pros and cons of the coding bootcamp. One pro that caught my attention was how the guests seemed to really feel supported. Especially during the pandemic, this has been a challenge for many coding bootcamps. So, I decided to dive into how they accomplished that. Well, it started off as that, and then it expanded into coding bootcamp research tips; questions to ask, thoughts and advice with ISA's and job guarantees; and a bit more. Enjoy!
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