There’s a whole lot of code in Campfire that you don’t understand.
For me, the biggest mistake I’ve made in my career is being a code-monkey.
I’d love to write an article for a coding bootcamp that you could read on your own time, but I find it really hard to find resources online for the kinds of topics I’d like to cover.
Here’s what I think you need to know about code camps.1.
Code camps aren’t a bad idea.
Code camps arena great way to get started with programming or design.
You can get a taste of coding in a different way, like a design class.
And, if you’re just getting started, you can get to grips with some coding conventions like concurrency and object-oriented design.
And then you can start thinking about how you can take the lessons you learn to build software for real.2.
You won’t be alone.
Code campers are often a small group of people in a shared space, so you’ll be surrounded by other programmers and designers from all over the world.
But there’s no shortage of people who have made the same mistakes you’ve made.
And they’re all there to help you make the right choices.3.
You’ll be free.
Code campers pay a small amount of money for a place to stay and to be a part of a group.
You get a place, a group of other code monkeys, and they’ll work on the software for you.
You’re free to come and go as you please, but you won’t have to worry about where you’ll sleep at night.4.
You don’t have the option to switch back to school.
You won’t need to go back to college for a code camp.
And you won