Editor's note: now with the Internet industry growing, software development engineer become a hot job. People are interested in their selection of programming courses, but the training camp is really useful? Here are some suggestions online guidance director Peter Bell is Flatiron School. This article compiled from SARAH E. BROWN published an article on the Sarahbrownmarketing for
If you are interested in programming, but the lack of professional skills, training camp is a very good method into the field of programming. According to occupation guidance services to do so, a good project to ensure the success rate of 95%; once you find a junior developer's work, you can continue to grow a software developer. But the training camp is not for everyone. In order to find out who is fit to participate in the training camp and how to choose a good training camp, I with Flatiron School online guide director Peter Bell made a conversation with him, I share this year to help others make decisions. The following is a suggestion from Bell
If you're interested in taking part in a training camp, find out what your goals are
Are you looking for a full-time software developer? Do you want to upgrade your front-end development skills or build skills for building a company? Each goal has a different learning environment. Bell says the first job away from the training camp is the most difficult job you've ever undertaken; since then, within two years, you've started to reject different offer. Once you screw up your first job, the only reason you won't succeed for a long time is that you don't like it.
Are you sure you really need to join the training camp to meet your career plan?
"If you just want to be a product manager, you don't have to try to program and become a programmer," says Bell. Bell says learning code does give you some empathy, but if your only goal is to manage, then he doesn't think attending a programming class is one of the most effective ways to improve your skills. Not only do you have to concentrate on the skills you don't need, the training camp does not include product design, agile, Kanban management, Scrum tools, workflow, and other important things. Bell says the training camp trains you to become a junior engineer, not to train you to run an engineering team. So make sure you really want software development skills or want to be a software developer.
Have you ever tried free online training to verify that you like software development?
Bell suggests going to the programming school or the Flatirons Schools pre programming course to find free classes. These free online projects will tell you whether you love programming.
Have you studied any training camps you would like to attend?
Suppose you want to become a software engineer or have reasons to join a training camp, and try to find out about the feedback from graduates on the coursereport.com website. Bell suggests you take the time to read these reports to find out what kind of training camp is good for your values and learning styles
Do you want to participate in face-to-face training camp or online courses?
You need to do is to first decide whether you want to participate in face-to-face training camp or online courses? Bell said in a more structured face-to-face courses.
Whether to choose online or face-to-face classes, Bell are advised to direct dialogue with the tutor, it can clearly understand the tutor background and target.Bell suggested in an interview in a training camp, like a job interview, not to ignore the cultural differences,
Ask some questions about the learning environment of specific problems, and when students feel very painful when no power, what they do. Admit your weakness, to see whether it is enough for.Bell to say you should feel the training camp is used
Is the training camp growing fast enough?
For training camps, the expansion is fast enough, not enough, but also faces some cultural challenges in its expansion. When a company is expanding too quickly, be sure to be careful with the level of professionalism.
The training camp is not for everyone. Figure out how you find training camps, whether it's right for you, and plan to put more experience into your studies.
Compile group production. Editor: Hao Pengcheng