Imposter syndrome can be defined as a collection of feelings of inadequacy that persist despite evident success. ‘Imposters’ suffer from chronic self-doubt and a sense of intellectual fraudulence that override any feelings of success or external proof of their competence
☝ A bit too technical for me… Let’s break it down.
Impostor syndrome is basically this: You feel like you aren’t good enough, or that you’re “faking it”.
Strangely enough, the more you know and the better you get at a particular skill, the more of a fraud you’ll feel like.
But guess what? You’re not alone.
A bootcamp is a bit different than an online course. Namely, it’s a lot BIGGER. An online course typically covers one subject or a small handful of subjects. Whereas a bootcamp tends to cover A-Z. In other words, a coding bootcamp should cover EVERYTHING you need in a subject.
Online courses are great for learning a single skill, or brushing up on an existing skill. But if you’re trying to learn something massive, like web development, you’ll need to take at least 20 different courses. I repeat: at least 20 different courses.
Bootcamps tend to also cost thousands of dollars…