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WaPo: Why students are throwing tons of money at a program that won’t give them a degree.

You can have thousands of thousands of people graduating these programs with the thought that they’re going to be able to pass these advanced technical interviews, and they might not be able to.” My impression was, bootcamps were successful. No?

03/18/16 • 10:47 AM • EconomicsProgrammingScholarlySoftware • 1 Comment


As we have discussed, there is a short-term, almost company store aspect to Industry / school partnership, esp. When it results in students self-funding expensive education.

Posted by Emmett on 03/18/16 at 01:18 PM


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