Instructor Matt Overall (right) helps a student with a Javascript exercise during a BoiseCodeWorks bootcamp in September 2015. Such code schools have popped up across the country, offering intensive, “boot-camp” style courses that allow students to get certified in coding programs more quickly than they would by attending college — and in theory, qualifying them for many of the tech jobs that today’s companies have a hard time filling.
Instructor Matt Overall (right) helps a student with a Javascript exercise during a BoiseCodeWorks bootcamp in September 2015. Such code schools have popped up across the country, offering intensive, “boot-camp” style courses that allow students to get certified in coding programs more quickly than they would by attending college — and in theory, qualifying them for many of the tech jobs that today’s companies have a hard time filling. Kyle Green Idaho Statesman file
Instructor Matt Overall (right) helps a student with a Javascript exercise during a BoiseCodeWorks bootcamp in September 2015. Such code schools have popped up across the country, offering intensive, “boot-camp” style courses that allow students to get certified in coding programs more quickly than they would by attending college — and in theory, qualifying them for many of the tech jobs that today’s companies have a hard time filling. Kyle Green Idaho Statesman file

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