1. Grad of First Hack Reactor Class Selected as Code for America Fellow

    After spending three years as professional software engineer, a graduate of Hack Reactor’s first-ever cohort will spend 2016 using his skills to improve life in a major American city. Mark Rossetti was selected as a Code for America fellow, and will spend the next year working with two other fellows to create public services within their assigned city, or to improve access to existing programs.

  2. Product Hunt Features Alum’s React Native App

    Richard Kho, who graduated Hack Reactor in May and spent an additional three months in our apprenticeship program, was recently featured on the popular app and media curator site Product Hunt for his app Product Kitty. Product Kitty makes use of the recently released Product Hunt API to allow users to browse products, read comments and user profiles. The app was partly inspired by Kho’s desire to explore the popular new mobile development framework React Native, which facilitates flexible platform app building.