RefactorU Blog

Thought pieces from instructors and advisors, technology reviews, student updates, and general hacking news.

Apples to Apples: RefactorU Helps Define Industry Standards
Published Published 13 June 2016 by Ed Powers
School A has a 95% placement rate. School B has a 92% placement rate. Which one’s better? It depends how you measure it. On June 7-8, RefactorU and thirteen other leading web development bootcamps converged in Austin, Texas, to work...
Student Final Projects Impress a Packed House of Creatives at RefactorU
Published Published 12 June 2016 by Jason Roberts
Saving lives, cherishing memories, planning vacations, and battling on the dance floor – all were themes at June’s RefactorU Demo Day presentation. After a long ten weeks of hard work, the April 2016 cohort presented their final coding projects to...
Meet the Staff: Brandon Jimenez
Published Published 9 June 2016 by Jason Roberts
RefactorU is happy to welcome Brandon Jimenez as our new bootcamp instructor! Brandon has an impressive career building games and web applications for a variety of businesses. We’ve been working with Brandon for years (be sure to read his...
Peaksware Holdings, LLC - Employer Spotlight
Published Published 11 May 2016 by Pattie Kettle
Peaksware, LLC is a Boulder-based company which brings together leading brands which help guide people along their journey of improvement. All of the Peaksware Holdings companies develop software platforms that connect creators, instructors, and performers in ways that allow...
RefactorU Sponsors 2016 Capital Championships
Published Published 9 May 2016 by Pattie Kettle
RefactorU is proud to be one of the sponsors for this year’s Capital Championships. Formerly known as the CSU Blue Ocean Enterprises Challenge, this national tournament was created to engage a wide audience of skilled entrepreneurs, business professionals, and venture...

About the RefactorU Blog

Our blog is where you'll find articles about what it's like to be a student at RefactorU, including what our students are working on, what have they built, and what our graduates are up to. We'll also share thought pieces from instructors and advisors, review technologies, and discuss coding tips and tricks.