Project Shift Blog

The Coding Bootcamp Implosion

If anyone is a product of Coding Bootcamps, it’s me. In early 2014 I graduated from MakerSquare's 3rd cohort (now Hack Reactor), successfully found a job as a result, and then started a Coding Bootcamp in Tel Aviv, Israel in 2015. In addition, I’ve been a volunteer mentor for MakerSquare and more recently a paid mentor for Bloc. Now, even as the CEO of Project Shift, I have to think that sooner or later Coding Bootcamps as we know them could implode, and it may be for the best.
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The story behind our logo

It all starts with an idea. Our idea was to create a new kind of coding bootcamp. We wanted to share our software engineering experience with aspiring developers, but we also wanted to go deeper than simply transferring our knowledge. We also desired to shape students' lives and hearts, in addition to their minds — in other words, a "shift". So, we created Project Shift.
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