That is my hope. We all just become more accepting of the little things. We see them more, and we realize that everyone does them.
The other thing I take some exception to is the characterization that college students don't code. He is painting with too broad of strokes there. He hasn't been taking classes from me.
The bootcamp is still the entity that I see potentially competing with the traditional college experience. However, it will be interesting to see if I get questions about this type of thing from parents and prospective students in the next few years.
"In this rapidly escalating battle for talent, coworking is becoming cooler, trendier, less expensive, and far more fun than spending countless grueling hours in a classroom memorizing troves of terminology and squishy theories while watching the tuition meter in the front of the room click another notch higher with every word uttered from the professor’s mouth."
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