Many apps and projects are more focused on the front-end, but still require a functional back-end. That’s where Mockr, a tool built by recent graduates Ruben Vicario, Jake Obron, Andrew Smith and Karim Kyler, comes in. Mockr allows users to both mock up a back-end (as the name implies) and create a back-end as a service for exchanging information with the front-end.
Hack Reactor held another successful Hiring Day, in which our graduating students presented projects and interviewed with employers, many of whom had hired students in the past and were coming back for more. The day marks the official start of the job search for our students, as they transition from Hack Reactor to the workforce.