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Dev Bootcamps: Yes? No? Which ones?

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I would like to enroll in a Software Engineering bootcamp.

But what should I consider when searching and interviewing?

I'm located in the SF Bay Area, and I would prefer doing an in-person bootcamp, rather than remote.

Should I even consider going to a bootcamp at all? Why or why not?
(Recruiters-- please help with this question, especially!)

Ideally, I would like to be finished within 2020.

Post your recommendations and advice below!

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One you should look into is Hack Reactor. I believe it's located in SF and alot of their grads get some pretty dope silicon valley jobs. Ive heard good things about the quality of their curriculums.

Make sure to read income sharing agreements for any bootcamp you consider so you understand the legalities and financial tradeoffs.

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