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Hack Reactor vs Ironhack

Although both schools teach Web Development, Hack Reactor offers Online, Full-time, Part-time and Self-paced programs, whereas, Ironhack offers Full-time and Part-time programs and provides financing options including ISA, Upfront Payments and Loan Financing.

Overall Rating

Based on 236 reviews
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Available paths

Web Development, Engineering Immersion, Full Stack DevelopmentUI/UX Design, Data Analytics, Web Development

Featured programs

Online, Full-time, Part-time, Self-pacedFull-time, Part-time

Locations

Austin, Boulder, Denver, Los Angeles, New York City, Online, Phoenix, San Francisco, SeattleAmsterdam, Barcelona, Berlin, Lisbon, Madrid, Mexico City, Miami, Paris, Sao Paulo

Difficulty

/5 Easy

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Experience

Very Positive

92.3%

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Negative

7.7%

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Hack Reactor

Hack Reactor offers 12-week full-time and 36-week part-time software engineering programs at their campuses in San Francisco, New York City, Los Angeles, Austin, Denver, Boulder, Seattle, San Jose, or online. Their program covers Computer Science Fundamentals, Full Stack App Development, and Production-Grade Engineering.

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204 Hack Reactor reviews

Is Hack Reactor legit? According to the 204 Hack Reactor reviews on Career Karma, the school holds a rating of 0 out of five. 0

Not the bootcamp for everyone

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Colin Chauche graduated Hack Reactor
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Created 17 days ago
I chose Hack Reactor for a few reasons but a big one was the rigorous schedule that asks students to be working at least 6 days a week 9 hours a day. I knew that if I was going to leave my career I needed to come out of a boot camp with the best preparation I could get and I figured the more I can cram into 12 weeks the better. For me, the intensity was a plus and I was able to keep up with the material. The pace of the course is furious for the first 5 weeks as they introduce new material...
Pros
- Great staff and community - Help is available from 9 am EST - 11 pm EST - Learn in-demand tech skills - Curated coding challenges every day to prepare for job interviews - Work on capstones that mimic real job environment - Strong alumni...
Cons
- Program is what it is, it's fast-paced and if you start to fall behind you have to be proactive and put in extra work to catch up.
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Ironhack

Ironhack offers nine-week full-time and 24-week part-time programs in web development, UX/UI design, and data analytics at their campuses in Miami, Madrid, Barcelona, Paris, Mexico City, Lisbon, Amsterdam, Sao Paulo and Berlin. Join the 5,000 grads who changed their life with Ironhack. Ironhack’s Web Development curriculum covers comprehensive...

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299 Ironhack reviews

Is Ironhack legit? According to the 299 Ironhack reviews on Career Karma, the school holds a rating of 0 out of five. 0

Amazing, but experiences may be volatile.

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Maxi Solanillos graduated Ironhack
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Created 24 days ago
Ironhack is a well set up bootcamp: Very well organised, dynamic, and people seem overall to be very motivated in providing the best experience possible, including in job support. I was one of the first to do the full remote Data Analytics and I liked it quite a lot. The topics were fun, but the environment helped making it an even nicer experience. Yet, instructors may have varying levels of experience in teaching. I feel that while my lead instructor was very motivated and overall nice guy...
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- Organization - Curriculum - Connections
Cons
- Potentially little experience in teaching
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How do Hack Reactor and Ironhack stack up when it comes to reviews?

Hack Reactor gets an average rating of 4.7, and Ironhack has an average rating of 4.4. However, keep in mind that Hack Reactor’s rating is based on 236 number of reviews, and Ironhack’s rating is based on ...

How many campuses does each school have, and where are they located?

Hack Reactor has 9, and Ironhack has 9. Hack Reactor’s campuses are located in Austin, Boulder, Denver, Los Angeles, New York City, Online, Phoenix, San Francisco, Seattle, while Ironhack’s campuses can be...

What are the finance options for Hack Reactor and Ironhack?

Hack Reactor students can pay tuition with ISA, Upfront Payments, Loan Financing, and Ironhack students can pay using ISA, Upfront Payments, Loan Financing.

What kind of student outcomes does each school have?

Student outcomes are an important consideration. Hack Reactor currently has 0, while Ironhack has 0. Graduates from Hack Reactor are currently working at companies like a Google, Facebook,...