Most coding bootcamps do a good job of preparing their graduates for success as web developers. But too many coding bootcamp alumni assume that graduation marks the end of their journey when, in truth, it marks the beginning: there is still a lot of work to be done to land a job and maintain a healthy career progression over the years. This is where graduates make critical mistakes, from failing to properly utilize their network to not knowing what questions are likely to come up during technical interviews and coding challenges.
In his blog on course report, Coding Dojo’s Justin Marshall reviews frequent mistakes coding bootcamp alumni make regarding software skills, resumes, interview attire, and even attitude—and provides advice on how to avoid them.
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