Bootcamps are refactoring computer science education
from The Huffington Post
The swift rise of coding bootcamps — accelerated vocational schools that prepare students to become professional software developers — has understandably raised concerns about what it means to be a properly trained software engineer. Loyalists to the computer science degree believe that these coding newcomers lack the theoretical background to sustain a long-term career in the industry. They also perceive "bootcampers" to have inferior programming skills when interviewing for developer positions.
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