As the tech field grows, more and more often developers have to broaden their skills and grow the number of tools they use. While being an expert in your field is useful, professionals fluent in multiple programming languages and skilled in more than one field are often more hireable, have more job opportunities, and are—in some cases—valued higher.
Knowing how to use Networking is essential in many fields and a valuable addition to a number of developers’ kits. Even if Networking isn’t your primary skill, it’s worth considering as an addition to your toolbelt as a professional.
There are several bootcamps that teach Networking as an element of a main course or in a specialized course of its own. As of 2020, there are 51 courses that teach Networking at 45 bootcamps. The top schools that offer Networking courses are Devmountain, BrainStation, Fullstack Academy, Code Fellows and Actualize .