Seeing that you're a week ahead of me, i can safely say that we're of different bootcamps in the same country.
Yes, bootcamps are really fast-pace & in my own opinion not suited for those who not ready. And when i say not ready, it means you have to be really good to make sure you don't fall behind the class, which i think i also did.
I was coding with CodeAcademy, FCC, Khan Academy & some online youtube videos, but stopp for a while to attend some personal/family issues. So after months of layoff, i came back to continue where i left off.
I knew what i was getting into, that Boot Camps are there just to make money & you're really paying just to gain that "network for interviews with Companies".
So for me it just to see how coding live with a group feels like & at the end of the bootcamp, what the companies interviews feels like.
Just give it a lot of hard work, i think you'll make it even if it's not with the bootcamp thingy.
For me, even after the bootcamp, i know i'll continue to learn new languages myself even after being employed.