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The Bottom Line: Isomer Coding Bootcamp


WesleySmithThe Bottom Line – A national lack of computer programmers is holding back growth and new products for many companies.  To address this dearth, coding boot camps are sprouting up across the country. These schools teach non-technical people entry level programming skills necessary for landing positions at technology companies. According to a 2014 study by Course Report, 75% of coding boot camp graduates are finding jobs with average salaries over 40% higher than their previous job.  Wesley Smith is Founder of the coding boot camp Isomer Academy based in Salt Lake City. He is starting an accelerator program LaunchCode this summer at Park City’s Pando Labs.

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    Cool primer, Doug & Wesley! I run Course Report and we’re always happy to provide insight into the growing coding bootcamp space in the future!

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