An adapted schedule for employees who want to upgrade their lives 🌟
With my current job, I am working from 9 am to 6 pm every day and sometimes I even have to work later. But since I started the bootcamp, I have lectures at 6:30 pm soI try not to work too late because I think one of the most important keys to a successful bootcamp is to be able to relax before the classes. I try to follow Le Wagon’s schedule as much as I can by watching lectures on Mondays and Fridays, but this course is very flexible and I know that I can rewatch it when I have more time. Sometimes I could even wake up earlier on Saturdays to rewatch lectures before we start our Saturday’s full-day coding challenges.
And then I rest and enjoy my Sundays as much as possible to get ready to start a new week’s adventure!
An intense and rewarding challenge for yourself 🏅
On the positive side, the sessions go very smoothly and are really entertaining. I often finish class with even more energy than when I started.
The best benefit of this bootcamp format is definitely that you can do it while working; t can be a lot of effort but I can definitely tell you that it’s worth it. Doing it remotely is also something that suits me well. This way, I can learn in an environment I feel comfortable in and I don’t spend precious time commuting. The pace of the part-time and the learning rhythm is slower than full-time. It gives you more time to absorb what you are studying and enables you to put in some extra work when possible.
I would absolutely recommend the bootcamp to whoever wants to dive into coding without having to quit their job. It is a low-risk way to see if it’s something you enjoy and even if you don’t want to become a developer, you will end up with a lot of useful and practical skills that will open tons of new opportunities.