Risks and rewards
Liberal-arts degrees and computer savvy rarely sit comfortably together. But computer-programming is increasingly where the jobs are. This logic guided Adam Enbar and Avi Flombaum in 2012 to found Flatiron, one of many coding boot-camps sprinkled across America. The camps offer intensive courses in web development, usually lasting three to six months. They aim to prepare students for software-engineering jobs, while offering career advice and the chance to network: in short, vocational school for the information age.
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