Galvanize, a Denver-based tech training provider with a campus in Boulder, will acquire Hack Reactor, according to a Galvanize news release.
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Galvanize is set to acquire Hack Reactor, a San Francisco-based provider of campus-based and online coding bootcamp programs.
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Denver-based computer coding training school Galvanize is to acquire competitor Hack Reactor in a deal that brings together two of the largest privately held coding boot camps, the two companies told Reuters.
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