I must agree with William.
What is the purpose of you going thru a bootcamp?
Do you expect to learn to code?
Do you expect to meet people who can code?
I have been to then as well as provided them.
In a startup view, there are a couple of things you need from a basic view, a corporate site, this can be very simple or complex. A simple site is one that tells people about you. A web app would be something that someone can login and you provide information to them. You have to determine what you are looking for.
If you are looking for mobile programming, don't waste your time at a bootcamp. Mobile normally falls into two parts, the actual handset code and then the server side, if your providing something on a mobile app then there probably is something that is providing content or that the user is connecting to some sort of back end system, this is where proper API's really help create your product.
With this in mind, its important that you determine what you are looking for and what you expect.
If you want an overview of what programming is for web or mobile, there are tons of books.
If you want to write your own iPhone apps then you need to understand what that means, to start with you need a Mac, some programming knowledge (You can get this with a few books and few hours of reading) and then pay Apple $99 for a developer account, thats it.
Well maybe not exactly all you need, you need to have someone help with a basic icon for you (Needed for your app) and then some graphics help for the user interface (UX and UI) and then a starting point for the app. If you want to connect to a back end system then there is a little more work. All this can be done and can be learned but do you really want to know all this?
If you have an idea and think you can market the idea then focus on that, why would you want to learn to program? Focus your energy where it belongs, there are few companies where the CEO is the idea person, marketing person and developer, this is very rare plus why would any one invest with only one person. So you quickly find it takes a team to be successful. An idea and a market is needed but also a good programmer but most important is a fantastic graphics person, this is what will make you stand apart.
This about what you want, if your an entrepreneur then you should find that being in a group for a couple of weeks does not work, learns the minimum skill and make the most of it.
There are lots of ways to get started if your not a technical person again there are so many of them available you need to ask yourself why you want to become one of them.
Got more questions? send me a message, I'm always happy to help.