A lot of talk about Lambda School today, and most of it I'll ignore.
One I'm going to respond to - that Lambda School is "creaming" - removing the best students from other schools and locking them into ISAs.
This is a tweetstorm full of student stories, so buckle up.
J is a single father, high school dropout with two kids (1.6 GPA), had been working in a warehouse for four years. We noticed in our intro courses he was doing well at programming, and decided to invest.
He attended Lambda, now makes software for warehouses, making $80k+/yr
S had to drop out of school when she couldn't afford the payments on her archaeology degree. She was living in a car when she applied to Lambda School.
She was also hired at an $80k rate.
Have always been curious about this.
DM me one thing that you would never dare tweet but believe to be true, and I’ll reply to this thread with the messages but without identifying who they’re from (and I promise to always keep it a secret)
First I need to make it crystal clear that I do not endorse any of these opinions in any way whatsoever
“Not everyone should be parents. Better to have (mental) test of some sort to determine if one is suitable to be parents.”