Hack Reactor is one San Francisco-based startup that’s aiming to help build the bridge between people who want to learn how to code and the many companies who are so keen to hire programmers. It’s an intense, 12-week-long program that is essentially a programming bootcamp filled with intensive classes and project-based instruction for six days a week from 9 a.m. to 8 p.m. The Hack Reactor program does not come cheap — standard tuition for the three-month-long program is $17,780, though scholarships are available — but it seems that it can really be worth it. Hack Reactor claims that 100 percent of its graduates are now employed as software engineers, with an average salary in the six figures. Watch to learn more.
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