I don't mean services like MOOCs, but rather platforms that go in-depth into tech stacks and related technologies like how Laracasts focuses on PHP and its ecosystem. It could be about any language or technology.
Preamble: I'm sure there's a better community to ask this question, comment below if you're aware of it.
Okay, for background I'm a bootcamp student, I'm still learning, but I'm almost done. I've been tweaking my LinkedIn as I go, trying to be more attractive for recruiters in the future. Well, last week I was contacted by a recruiter, and asked if I was interested in job opportunities. I did some brief research, and it looks like an actual company on Glassdoor. Anyway, I sent over my resume, and was on a call for maybe 5 minutes. We talk for a bit, and she asked me how I am in interviews and my experience. I tell her that I've been "technically" freelance, but I haven't done anything because of starting cost, but she seemed to ignore that concern. Towards the end of the call I asked her if this would be with her company, and she said yes, and then I said bye.
Now, the problem is that this company is specifically for interview prep, and helping students get hired at other companies. While she said I'd be with her company, I'm concerned that I'm trying to be sold something here. The company is called GigaMe, and there is barely anything online about them.
So, my overall question would be, "what would you do?" Or, what should I expect? I don't think i should get my hopes up, but any advice would help.