Hack Reactor is a 12-week software engineering Coding Bootcamp education program founded in San Francisco by Anthony Phillips, Shawn Drost, Marcus Phillips, and Douglas Calhoun in 2012.

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  • The Telegraph Track program at Hack Reactor is designed for underrepresented students and focuses on recruiting, mentoring and empowering these students at every step of the coding school experience. Telegraph Track hosts a regular speaker series. Recently Katy Farmer spoke at the San Francisco campus. We recently sat down with Katy to get more detail on her background, how the changing tech ...

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  • Brian Hassett  was studying Civil Engineering at Syracuse University when he started his journey to software development. Now a Full Stack Engineer for Best Buy in Minneapolis-St.Paul, Brian tried both construction management and law before finding a way to scratch the problem-solving itch. Brian finished Hack Reactor’s Full-Time Remote program in March 2017.

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  • Curtis Schlak knows what it’s like to build software to fill a void. His first foray into development was as young kid who simply wanted to have some fun.“I taught myself how to code when I was a kid, but that was just to play games,” Schlak laughs.Later while in the military, Curtis tinkered in web development in his downtime. After leaving the military, Curtis worked as a business process consul...

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  • Now working in her dream role at a company she loves, in 2015 Michelle was feeling stuck. Years of work in operations and IT left her looking for a change. After quite a bit of research and self-guided study, she took a leap of faith and attended Hack Reactor’s intense software engineering immersive program at the New York City campus. Within a month she had landed a developer job at Adobe. R...

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  • Team Austin, a non-profit organization in Austin’s developing entrepreneurial tech community, seeks to foster greater access to technology for future leaders in underrepresented communities. They’ve teamed up with Hack Reactor to offer scholarships to individuals who are passionate about coding.

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