There are two basic styles for bamboo. The first spreads or runs. you don't want this. There are other varieties that grow in clumps, that you will have far fewer issues getting out of control. It can take several years and a lot of work to get rid of it.
There are other non-related species that are called bamboo but not really bamboo that are similarly a pain to get rid of Japanese knotweed is one of them (it has hollow stems though).
I thought i just read where you essentially girdle it, then apply roundup to the girdled area and it kills the rhizomes. I would probably cut it down, then just hit it with roundup as soon as it starts to leaf in the spring.
I have enough issues with grapevines. I don't want to deal with bamboo.