Episode 10 - Degrees and Web Development with Ahmed, Iain, and Ross

October 06, 2021 01:04:52
Episode 10 - Degrees and Web Development with Ahmed, Iain, and Ross
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Episode 10 - Degrees and Web Development with Ahmed, Iain, and Ross
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Show Notes

In our latest podcast episode, Ahmed, Iain, and Ross discuss the hotly contested topic of whether people entering the web development field need a proper Computer Science (CS) degree.

They talk about the challenges, pros, and cons of having vs. not having a CS degree, what they think of coding Bootcamps, and how they landed their first jobs.

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