1. NYC Grad Michelle Carter Lands Dream Job at Adobe

    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. Read the full story below.

  2. Hack Reactor Grad Conor Carey Now Uses Django in His Role

    After graduating, he landed with Grove Collaborative where he uses Django framework for clean and quick development and design. His education with Hack Reactor came after changing majors in college, a brief stint as a valet, and some sound advice from his sister.

  3. Community Partner Spotlight: Team Austin

    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.

  4. Three Years After Finishing, Jorge Silva Jetter Continues His Success

    Now a Senior Software Engineer at MuleSoft, in 2014 Jorge Jetter was on a design career path when he officially embraced his penchant for tech and joined Hack Reactor’s full-time immersive program in San Francisco. His current role has expanded his expertise to DevOps with skills in Kubernetes, AWS and more.