Hack Reactor

Hack Reactor

Hack Reactor is a software engineering education program founded by Shawn Drost.

Hack Reactor is a software engineering education program founded by Anthony Phillips, Shawn Drost, Marcus Phillips, and Douglas Calhoun in 2012. The coding bootcamp is currently offered online remotely and in-person in San Francisco, Los Angeles, New York City, and Austin. Hack Reactor was acquired by Galvanize in July 2018.

Timeline

People

Name
Role
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Aaron Ward

Employee

Adam Back

Employee

Adam D. Richman

Employee

Adam Deibert

Employee

Adam Price

Employee

Adam Witzel

Employee

Adrian Cushman

Employee

Alex Farioletti

Employee

Alex Jacobs

Employee

Alex Prokop

Employee

Allen Price

Employee

Amanda Leigh Meister

Employee

Amira Anuar

Employee

Andrew Delikat

Employee

Andrew Jones

Employee

Andrew Krause

Employee

Andrew Spade

Employee

Andrew Teich

Employee

Andrew Zey

Employee

Anthony Phillips

Co-Founder

Arkady Pevzner

Employee

Bianca Gandolfo

Employee

Blake West

Employee

Bob Owen

Employee

Bradford Cook

Employee

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Further reading

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Author
Link
Type
Date

Documentaries, videos and podcasts

Title
Date
Link

Companies

Company
CEO
Location
Products/Services

ABS Capital Partners

Investor

Catalyst Investors

Investor

Galvanize

The Colorado Impact Fund

Investor

University Ventures

Investor

References

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