I know there is many and maybe too many posts about “should or not should” do coding BootCamps and I would like not to bored you guys up, but I’m afraid that this post kind of will follow the line from every single post made before, therefore I want to apologize beforehand <3.
First of all, I’ll give a small presentation my name it’s James(27), due life I have been traveling a lot from one country to another ine Europe (with very little resources) I always loved playing video games and I know it’s simply wrong to get into coding just for that but let’s add as well that I always had obsession on building computers and loved that! although lately even though I work as a chef(cooking) I got more and more interested and curious about how software gets developed to the point that I would give it a try to change my career.
I have enough money to keep my self sustained for 9 months and in this little time I want to learn as much as possible, therefore I would like to know opinions on how people would see the things if they were in my “skin”.
So I have thought to take a bootcamp as they seem to offer as much as possible in little time but doing this puts me in a position on which I might feel overwhelmed by the quantity of information they thaught, of course, I will put some mind and not go in a course with 0 knowledge as I want to learn the basics of HTML/CSS/Javascrip before apply to one.
Therefore I would like to know which free path you guys would recommend before getting into a Bootcamp.
Also the bootcamps I checked I’ll mention them below and if someone has been in them I would like to know-how has been for you that assisted there and how has been your career afterward.
The bootcamps I have check are GeneralAssembly remote course / Codeworks / Code Institute.
Feel free to comment anything be negative or positive I would love to get as many tips/knowledge as possible =)