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42 offers tuition-free technology education programs in Paris and Silicon Valley. 42 has no teachers or traditional classes. Instead, they use project-based and problem-based learning along with peer code review to foster a tight-knit learning community ready for the tech workplace. Students learn soft skills, creativity, problem-solving, collaboration, communication, and how to work in teams. The 42 curriculum covers subjects in full stack web development, cybersecur...
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  • Viclucas
    Consultant Software Engineer • Student • Le Programme • Paris
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    Apr 14, 2021
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    High lintensity training

    Very good programming school allowing you to become a top 1% engineer and land a high paying job in very good companies. 

    Also teach you incredible useful top skills that you won't learn anywhere else as the school system and curriculum is very unique

    You will need to be able to work 60+ hours a week and connect with your fellow student if you want to succeed here.

    The school lacks a bit of framing, you can rely only on your work ethic and the black hole pressure (ej...
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  • sravs
    sravs
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    Apr 23, 2020
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    data analytics course

    The data analysis courses are for beginners and experienced business analysts alike. These programs are for business analysts and cover descriptive and predictive analytics. .36DigiTMG is the best institute for data analytics course Hyderabad.


    Data analytics course

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  • Christopher Manning
    Christopher Manning
    Realtor/Junior Software Developer • Student • The 42 Program • Silicon Valley
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    Mar 13, 2019
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    SJW kids with attitudes

    So I attended 42 for 5 months before getting kicked out for posting an article on the slack from the drudge report that I thought why not since most things posted on the slack at 42 was non sense anyways and no one really relied on the slack channel for anything besides memes and what was on the menu for the cafeteria food that day (WHICH IS ALWAYS BAD.. some times you get spam in the freaking rice when they say its turkey, and then they lather it up with sweet goo from the gummy bear fact...

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  • Timothy Ryan
    Timothy Ryan
    Graduate • Silicon Valley
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    May 14, 2018
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    Very solid foundation in C

    Hi there, I can only comment on the "Piscine" intensive basic training program. It is indeed very intensive. It is also very social. I spent about 100 hrs a week in the lab and lived on campus (almost necessary to pass... don't go if you can't get into the dorms, even if you live in the area.)

    The program is entirely self- and peer-taught. You are given assignments 7 days a week and expected to complete them using online resources and the people in the room.

    I took to the e...

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  • Data science
    Data science
    Graduate • 42 Starfleet Academy • Silicon Valley
    Sep 22, 2020
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    Data science course in hyderabad

     I took to the experience really well, but I'd already had a solid foundation in programming Python. People without any programming experience might be overwhelmed https://www.innomatics.in/advanced-data-science-training-in-hyderabad/
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42 offers courses like 42 Starfleet Academy, Intensive Basic Training, Le Programme, The 42 Program.

Where does 42 have campuses?

42 has in-person campuses in Paris and Silicon Valley.

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42 hasn't shared alumni outcomes yet, but one way to determine if a bootcamp is worth it is by reading alumni reviews. 5 42 alumni, students, and applicants have reviewed 42 on Course Report - you should start there!

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You can read 5 reviews of 42 on Course Report! 42 alumni, students, and applicants have reviewed 42 and rate their overall experience a 4.0 out of 5.

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