What do employers think about coding bootcamps?

It's been 16 years since I worked in tech. My skills are good but pretty out of date. I'm thinking about going to a coding bootcamp to get current. I'm not sure what employers think of bootcamps though. I'm interested in TPM or WebDev. Thoughts?

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    It depends on the job. A lot of tech jobs do want to see you've got current skils; if a bootcamp is the way you get them, great, but online courses can do the job as well. Are you thinking of something like coding dojo? one challenge is they don't necessarily do placement (ADA Developers Academy is the exception) So you want to ask them about what that follow-on is going to be

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