I am going to make a gross generalization. Actual, top coders, people who are accomplished software developers in industry and who have spent a number of years on tough systems assignments involving Facebook or Google level infrastructure and systems probably should be the ones teaching in the code camps.
How can you teach software development targeting real-world situations if you don’t have real experience and insight into the day-to-day lessons of programming for others? Especially when it concerns solutions for small and mid-sized businesses versus established Fortune 500. The approach to cultivating software developers for the more common situations may need to be revised.