I'm 20 years old, got a degree in business and that field of activity didn't worked well for me, never found a way to keep studying it (I actually wanted to do scientific degree). Now, I took a 7 month bootcamp on Java, but only the basics. Now this bootcamp was funded by two companies. One offered me a job and the other to keep studying for one year.
Well I went for the first one, I don't think it was the wisest choice but here I am.
The problem now, the company I worked with didn't validate my approval period on it's last day. Even though I was already on a mission for a client. I was enrolled on this mission with another colleague that did the same bootcamp with me. We had to make a software project and we actually kinda did it, with the help of our lead developer.
Now as I said, they didn't validate my contract with the company. I was told, I'm not enough rigorous, autonomous and they seemed to accentuate the fact that I was kinda young, too young for their company and that I should feel better in other places.
Now for me it seems like a lie, or something because in France, the employer has to warn you 1 week before the approval period ends, otherwise they have to pay you one weeks worth of salary after you leave. Which they decided to do for me.
And the way that was done seemed like they made the decision the night before the day they announced that to me.
Am I wrong? I asked my friend who got validated and he said, from what he understood from the team that my technical skills and such wasn't the problem but mostly the fact that I wouldn't fit in the company's mold.