Think through these questions before signing up for one of New York's web development schools.
In the past five years, New York’s coding bootcamp industry has grown significantly. The growth is good in many ways. A growing market with more competition means more choices for students and greater acceptance of non-traditional tech employees in the industry. Unfortunately, the downside of such intense competition is the shift in focus we’ve witnessed from many bootcamps: the shift away from creating real access and opportunities for students a more general focus on generating marketing leads.
In such a competitive city and environment, some bootcamps exaggerate their employment rates to attract new students and hit their marketing goals, making it difficult to determine the individual and collective credibility of local programs.Read Complete Article