Hey, does anybody have an opinion about this program: https://codingbootcamp.unc.edu/? A bootcamp that operates on two weekday evenings and Saturday afternoons for 6 months, with the idea that you can keep your day job. Costs less than most, too, at $9K. It looks like it’s run by the third-party organization Trilogy, which has been providing these bootcamps for a number of universities: http://www.trilogyed.com/.
So questions include:
- Does the list of topics they propose covering look like a good list (i.e. is it really worth it to spend time on C#, etc)? (No way to really assess how good a job they do of covering them…)
- Has anybody, by any chance, had any dealing with Trilogy and can speak to the experience?
- One hesitation in my mind is I’ve already done the FCC front-end certificate, meaning I’ve done the first five technologies they list. I certainly haven’t touched React, Express, Node, or anything else though. Am I far enough ahead that it seems like a “waste” to start a bootcamp from scratch? (Or far enough from the finish line that it’s a shame not to?)