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Why do Part-Timers struggle to learn to code

Before founding San Diego Code School, I was the Chief Academic Officer at a coding bootcamp program that offered a part-time option. The information I am going to share is from my observation of students from many cohorts over the past two years. I am sharing my thoughts with the hope it will help students make an informed decision about how they can successfully learn to code in a short period.

TLDR; While I think part-time programs can work, it’s not a great fit for the majority of students. A part-time accelerated coding program is tricky at best. Painfully discouraging and ineffective at worst.

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By |2018-12-17T21:57:21+00:00December 17th, 2018|Students|0 Comments

About the Author:

Michael is the founder of San Diego Code School and a Board Member of San Diego JavaScript Community. He is a Fullstack JavaScript practitioner, primarily using the MERN stack (MongoDb, Express.js, React, Node.js). When he is not off riding double centuries on a bike, he enjoys teaching web development and building Javascript tools that empower developers to be more productive.
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