If you're attending a coding bootcamp, chances are you have a list of companies to apply to as soon as you're done, or you might be thinking of starting your own thing. Regardless, there are a few things you can start doing today that might increase your chances of success.
If you're a bootcamp student, you've probably been using Mac as your default operating system. No matter what you life before bootcamp was, everything now seems to revolve around the Cupertino OS. However, you should know that Mac OS X isn't the only player in town and that you have an awesome alternative.
So you've been using VS Code or Atom and life is fine and dandy. You have a lot of features that accelerate your development time and couldn't possibly ask for more, right? Wrong. You can actually have much, much more.
As beginner web developers, we are so preoccupied with making things work, that we completely neglect the aesthetic side of things. As a result, we often Getting started with Bulmaend up with brilliant pieces of work that while completely funcional, look plain ugly.