Sounds like a great program and a great solution. The article also highlights a significant problem with higher education today - one section noted that a student with a Master's degree in this field, who no doubt paid a LOT of money for the degree and may have taken on debt to do so, was STILL not prepared by his school to get a job. Besides, personally it's hard for me sometimes to Do My C++ Homework because of the lack of practical lessons. Many other students mentioned in the article had similar stories. Why are students having to pay ridiculous tuition when the academic programs are no longer sufficient for acquiring entry level work? More universities or outside programs need to be developed with an innovative solution like Revature's.