Coding Bootcamp Prep
This is a collection of practice material I wish I had when preparing for the technical interview application process at immersive coding bootcamps.
I plan to use this repository as a supplement to a video course which will be for sale on Udemy.com
For most of 2016, I've been working hard to learn the needed coding skills to pass technical interviews. My goal was to get accepted to the top programming bootcamps in San Francisco.
In July of 2016, I applied to MakerSquare, Hack Reactor and App Academy.
I was accepted into Hack Reactor and App Academy, both of which are considered very challenging schools to get into.
After a lot of deliberation I chose to be a part of the November, 2016 cohort at App Academy.
At the time of writing this, I have 2 months until the start of the cohort so I want to spend the time teaching others how I think about the technical challenges and provide material to speed the skill acquisition of future aspiring programmers.
There are a lot of tools to get hung up on. We're not going to do that.
In this course we will use Node and a simple text editor. Both are easy installs.
Programmers are crazy about their tools and that is a good thing. We're learning the basics so we don't need the fancy stuff. Fancy tools will actually hurt you during your coding interview because they become a crutch. During many interviews, you won't be able to run your code or write in an editor that gives you hints on syntax. We're doing this spartan style so you have the core ability to pass the technical interview no matter what tools they ask you to program in.
I hope you find this useful.