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Can CodeFights Get You That Developer Job?

Can CodeFights Get You That Developer Job?

So you final­ly decid­ed to learn how to code so you could become a pro­gram­mer and still be able to find a job once the robots take over every­thing else. After all, you can learn how to code online for free, so you did­n’t even have to wor­ry about tak­ing out stu­dent loans that would­n’t be paid off for decades. Great! Now, how do you find a job once you’ve honed your skills? Believe it or not, tech­nol­o­gy has actu­al­ly made the hir­ing process hard­er for com­pa­nies in most cas­es, not eas­i­er. They put out a job list­ing and get back a pool of resumes which all look pret­ty much iden­ti­cal, with the excep­tion that half are unqual­i­fied accord­ing to their require­ments. Then comes the tedious process of inter­view­ing sev­er­al or dozens of appli­cants and try­ing to fig­ure out through div­ina­tion which one is the right fit. It’s frus­trat­ing, mad­den­ing. Mean­while, here you sit. You don’t have a degree from some ivy league school, and you’ve nev­er worked in Sil­i­con Val­ley. Why even apply, know­ing you’ll get filed with the sec­ond half — oth­er­wise known as the trash bin? Just when you’re ready to give up hope and go back to…

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Do you need Coding School to Survive the Media Melee?

Do you need Coding School to survive?

How many of you feel like the only way to get a job in media nowa­days is to have a cod­ing school back­ground? If this is the case, don’t feel like you’re wrong, there are cur­rent­ly hun­dreds of cod­ing schools pop­ping up every­where for the sheer rea­son that find­ing pro­gram­mers is get­ting hard­er and hard­er to find. Some of the rea­sons for this is the real­ly good ones want to get paid lots and lots of mon­ey or they want very flex­i­ble work and won’t jive with your work envi­ron­ment. Take for instance One Month founder Mat­tan Grif­fel, who orig­i­nal­ly built One Month, an online cod­ing school because he was frus­trat­ed after unsuc­cess­ful­ly search­ing for a coder to build out a start­up idea. The Flat­iron School offers a 12 weeks of full-time, inten­sive instruc­tion (plus pre-work) “designed to turn you into a web devel­op­er” for a $10,000 tuition fee. Avi Flom­baum states “The way I got seri­ous about tech­nol­o­gy in high school wasn’t’ through build­ing things. It was through hack­ing and lock-pick­­ing and crack­ing Wi-Fi pass­words and mak­ing free phone calls,”. But even Flat­iron School’s adult pro­gram­ming class­es are run less like math class­es than cre­ative writ­ing class­es. Stu­dents build…

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