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How a Developer Boot Camp Marched Its Way to Millions

A hands-on continuing education model for software engineers takes off.
High-power job prep: Roshan Choxi of Bloc. Source: Jeff Clark

Roshan Choxi was surprised that he learned more about software development during a 2010 summer internship at an early-stage web startup than during the four years he spent at a top-five engineering school. 

“Even at a high-caliber engineering program like that, what you learn is so divorced from anything pragmatic or related to the type of skills you need to

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