Today technological innovation impacts every industry, creating massive demand for employees with tech skills. But good candidates are notoriously hard to find, and universities just aren’t producing enough STEM grads.
Enter coding bootcamps: An alternative education model that offers a new way to satisfy the tech talent shortage. Does the rapid rise of these fast track, high impact courses indicate that employers now view them as a serious alternative to a traditional four year computer science degree? And just how prepared are bootcamp graduates to compete for those highly-paid tech jobs after only two or three months of training?