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High-cost, intensive coding bootcamps promise to provide enough skills to land a coveted programing job. Are they worth the investment, and do they live up to their promises?
Today at 12:00pm
President Obama has been criticized for promoting protection of the Alaskan Arctic after allowing Shell to drill there. The show looks at the impacts of Shell's proposed drilling.
Today at 1:00pm
Jonathan Franzen talks about his new novel "Purity," which is in part about secrets and the people who keep them, and those who do not. Franzen's other novels include "The Corrections" and "Freedom."
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