3. One language to rule them all?
4. Future-proofing your education
In 2012, when immersive coding bootcamps were first coming on the scene, many of them focused on Ruby as the primary programming language. Ruby on Rails, a popular and robust framework for building web applications, was all the rage. Using Rails not only enabled students to build interesting web applications more quickly, but it also aligned with the job market.
5. Free resources abound!