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Software Engineering Coding Bootcamp

12 weeks, full time, live online

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(all programs, since 2012)


Compensation Rate

(based on reports from 94% of grads)


Until you're employed*

(*upon approval, after $100 deposit)

(Data represents Hack Reactor Software Engineering Immersive outcomes across all programs. Learn more here.)

Our alumni work at exciting companies around the world including:

Hack Reactor alumni work at AmazonHack Reactor alumni work at LinkedInHack Reactor alumni work at MicrosoftHack Reactor alumni work at SalesforceHack Reactor alumni work at Zenefits

Learn to code like a pro (and become a pro in the process)

After our 12-week, live online coding bootcamp, you'll be what you want to be: a software engineer, fully capable of tackling unique and unfamiliar problems and building complex applications on the job.

To help you land that job, we train you to have in-demand technical skills, clear communication skills, and the ability to work autonomously. You'll learn JavaScript, you'll learn to code, and so much more.

What to Expect from this Coding Bootcamp:

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Real engineering work, right away

You'll work through hundreds of hours of problems designed to prepare you for success in technical interviews and in the workplace.

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Real tools and practices to build job-ready skills

You'll gain the skills to plan, scope, build, and manage applications. You'll learn cutting-edge tech like React and ES6, along with Full Stack JavaScript and computer science fundamentals.

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Real-world expectations to help launch your career

We'll challenge you to meet deadlines and requirements, build autonomy, communicate with precision, and collaborate effectively. Then we'll help you land the job you've worked so hard to prepare for.

Alumni Stories:

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Ryan Perry on creating software to help developers debug code

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Brian Price on finding creative fulfillment in software engineering

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Kayleigh Foley on the joys of working for Smartcar

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Preparing for a coding bootcamp

With our self-guided Basic Prep course, you can refresh your JavaScript fundamentals and prepare for the technical assessments required for our 12- and 36-week bootcamps. If you need more live support, consider our 19-week course (no coding experience required).

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Upcoming Course Dates

Our courses are offered in a live online format.

CohortDates Complete Technical Admissions Assessment by: Once accepted, begin Precourse as early as:
Mar 2023Mar 27, 2023 - June 23, 2023Feb 17, 2023Feb 6, 2023
May 2023May 15, 2023 - Aug 11, 2023Apr 7, 2023Mar 27, 2023
July 2023Jul 3, 2023 - Sep 29, 2023May 15, 2023May 26, 2023


Mar 2023

Mar 27, 2023 - June 23, 2023

Complete Technical Admissions Assessment by:

Feb 17, 2023

Once accepted, begin Precourse as early as:

Feb 6, 2023


May 2023

May 15, 2023 - Aug 11, 2023

Complete Technical Admissions Assessment by:

Apr 7, 2023

Once accepted, begin Precourse as early as:

Mar 27, 2023


July 2023

Jul 3, 2023 - Sep 29, 2023

Complete Technical Admissions Assessment by:

May 15, 2023

Once accepted, begin Precourse as early as:

May 26, 2023

Projects software engineers need in their portfolios to get hired


Prior to your start date, plan to spend about 90-120 hours on our Precourse curriculum. When you're done, you'll have a strong foundation in JavaScript, HTML, CSS, and more, and you'll be ready for Day 1.

Jr. Phase

During weeks 1-5, you’ll learn Full Stack JavaScript and computer science fundamentals by working through realistic code. Your time will be spent on 2-day sprints, pair programming with classmates, and working through real industry problems.

Sr. Phase

During weeks 6-12, you’ll bring everything together, building complete applications and learning industry practice. You’ll create a capstone project for your portfolio, and in the end, you’ll be an autonomous engineer, capable of tackling unique problems.

Career Services and Job Search

At this stage, you’ll begin your job search, leaning on the many things you’ve learned from our Career Services team during your time in the bootcamp. We’ll be right by your side, helping you find, land, and negotiate terms for the job of your dreams.

Weekly Curriculum Breakdown

Prior to your start date, you'll be required to complete the precourse curriculum remotely. This work takes 90-120 hours to complete and covers foundations in Javascript, HTML, CSS, and more.

You'll be immersed in learning the fundamental concepts and strategies considered best practices in the software engineering industry, including:

  • Basic and advanced data structures

  • Getting into the right mindset (thinking like an engineer)

  • Using JavaScript instantiation patterns

You'll learn full-stack JavaScript by working on realistic code bases. You will:

  • Master JavaScript essentials

  • Understand client and server-side concepts

  • Know database and deployment technologies

There are no scheduled lectures this week. You'll be able to get some rest and work on an individual project.

You'll work in teams to develop functional applications, using new technologies, and putting your bug-testing skills to the test. You'll learn how to:

  • Build an application from scratch

  • Use new languages and technologies

  • Learn about advanced team dynamics such as agile workflow and iterative development

During this final week, you’ll work with our Career Services team to prepare for your job search by engaging in practice interviews, learning negotiation tactics, and fine-tuning your resume and online presence.

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Download the Syllabus

We constantly improve our coding bootcamp curriculum based on new trends, changing needs of the tech industry, and feedback from our students and alumni.


Typical Daily Schedule, Jr. Phase (Weeks 1-5)

9:00am - 10:00am:

Live coding

Kick off your day with morning announcements before diving into live coding exercises.

10:00am - 12:30pm:

Lectures, hacking, and pair programming

Watch lectures and then work together with your pair programming partner on the most recently assigned sprint.

12:30pm - 1:30pm:

Lunch break

Use this time to eat and recharge.

1:30 - 2:30

Additional break time 3x per week

Three days per week, take an extra hour to recharge even more, doing whatever you need to do to feel ready for the rest of the day.

Times vary

Learn and code

Gather with your entire class to start a new project together, each focused on teaching new concepts. Then, work on it with your pair programming partner.

5:30pm - 6:30pm:

Dinner break

Restore your energy (aka you can use this time to eat something delicious!) before returning for the evening session.

6:30pm - 7:00pm:

Evening lecture and presentations

Gather for a post-dinner lecture or presentation.

7:00pm - 8:00pm:


Get back to work on your assigned sprint. Dig into JavaScript technologies and computer science fundamentals with your partner."

Tuition & Financial Options

Income Share Agreement

Pay tuition when you're employed.
Income Share Agreements (ISAs) are not available to students residing in Alabama, California, Iowa, Maine, South Carolina, and Washington.

Retail Installment Contracts

Make fixed monthly payments only after you start earning at least $50k.
Retail Installment Contracts (RIC) are available to students residing in California and Washington only.

Pay Upfront

Pay the full tuition upfront and pay the first day of class.


Split Payment

Pay the first half of tuition day 1 of class, and pay the remaining balance at the midpoint.


Lending Partners

Finance your tuition by leveraging our lending partners: Ascent or Climb Credit.


Discover our Software Engineering scholarships here.

Veteran Benefits

 Learn more about VET TEC by clicking here.

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Hack Reactor career services helps you find a job

Career Services: we're here to get you hired

Work directly with our experienced Career Services team, whose focus is to ensure you excel in your career search and land the job you want.

1:1 coaching

During 1:1 coaching sessions, our team members answer your questions, provide guidance, and make sure you're being directly supported during this new and exciting time in your career.

Building your online presence

We'll help you build a strong, unique Github portfolio featuring the projects you build during the bootcamp. We'll connect that with your refreshed resume and relevant social profiles to promote your hire-ability.

Mock interviews and job training

The best way to succeed in your next interview? Practice, practice, practice. We'll conduct mock interviews with you, along with other training exercises to help you prepare.

How to Apply:

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Non-Technical Skills Assessments

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Submit Application

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Complete Basic Prep (Recommended)

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Technical Admissions Assessments

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Complete Precourse Work

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Have Questions?

Read about our approach to online instruction. And learn more about our admissions process, technical requirements, and much more, take a look at our frequently asked questions.

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