It’s been about three weeks since the course has ended. I initially was hoping to have this review and a few other posts concerning the class up much earlier, but as many plans tend to do, they’ve taken a bit of a halt right now. I used the first week after the course to decompress, enjoy a bit of summer, and reflect on my overall experience.
It’s been about three weeks since the course has ended. I initially was hoping to have this review and a few other posts concerning the class up much earlier, but as many plans tend to do, they’ve taken a bit of a halt right now. I used the first week after the course to decompress, enjoy a bit of summer, and reflect on my overall experience. After a bit of relaxation, I’ve made the decision to enroll in a continuation of the curriculum provided through Flatiron School, which I’m now going into the second week of a four-week module.
Disclaimer: Before I get into the structure of the program, something to be mindful of is the fact that I was taking an in-person course online. The Yale x Flatiron program is typically offered as part of Yale’s Summer Session courses in person at their New Haven campus, and while their partner, the Flatiron School, specializes in online education, the structure of this course still followed Flatiron’s in-person protocol.
The course had three modules. Each module took about two-three weeks with mandatory solo labs, pair-programming labs, code challenges, and a one week project where students get to showcase our proficiencies. Every student was also expected to keep a blog (either on Medium or Dev) documenting whatever relevant topics interested them. My two previous posts were the two I wrote for this course.
The course (a collaboration between Yale University and the Flatiron School) was a modified version of Flatiron’s typical software engineering boot camp. The Yale course — as I mentioned previously — covers three of the four modules that Flatiron typically teaches at a fraction of the cost, $8,000 compared to $15,000. Additionally, if you are a Yale student enrolling, Yale offers you financial aid contingent on your current financial aid package.
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