Announcement: Hack Reactor and Mission Bit Announce Partnership to Create Pipeline into Tech for San Francisco Students

The CS degree for the 21st century

  • These academies are a great way
    to identify programming talent, but
    Hack Reactor is the Harvard of them all.

    Steve Newcomb, CEO of Famo.us, as Quoted in InfoWorld

  • I really believe this is how
    CS programs should be taught.

    Dennis Lin, Hack Reactor Grad, CS Degree Holder

  • Hack Reactor teaches its students
    to think like Senior Engineers.

    Patrick Ford, Senior Software Engineer at McKesson, Hack Reactor Grad

Onsite & RemoteBeta classes begin every 7 weeks

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$105k

Average Graduate Salary

Our curriculum packs computer science, web development, and real world projects into twelve immersive weeks totaling over 800 hours of learning.

99%

Graduate Hiring Rate

Nearly all of our graduates receive at least one full-time job offer within 3 months of graduating. Our developers work at places like Adobe, Groupon, and SalesForce.

See What Makes Hack Reactor the Best Choice for Your Programming Career. Learn about our Javascript-focused programming school and the application process.

“At Hack Reactor I built two web games, an iOS game, and a recommendation engine in under three months.”

- Guy Morita

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“I came to Hack Reactor with a strong web design background and came out with mastery of the full stack.”

- Elle Beal

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“Hack Reactor helped me make a transition from biologist to musician to software engineer.”

- Dylan O’Carroll

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