By: Ibrahim ALamin
The way I see it, these schools are making the same promise to students as any other school which is "Get through our program and your life will be better." Sure, graduates of "hacker schools" may not land the high paying position at graduation, but how is that any different from graduates of other institutions that find themselves unemployed once they have degree in hand? The difference is, a hacker school is far cheaper and much less of a time investment.
What are your thoughts?