Ok. Here is my story. I have a partial PhD in molecular biology. I had to quit because my adviser basically just ran out of money despite us all doing good work. I’m applying to several schools now for Fall 2019 admissions and all of the grad coordinators think I’m a strong candidate. However, I’m a bit reluctant, because I know how tough these programs are, especially with the experimental work.
I found FCC and I love it. I’m breezing through the lessons, with some help from this site. What are the chances of getting a REAL job after completing this course? On the flip-side, I can tack on code to my “tool-kit” as a biologist if I actually do decide to start another PhD. I have plenty of time. I will be done with this course well before August 2019.
What do you think?