La Mode was built with the LAMP stack during the early segments of the Onsite Bootcamp. La Mode is an Ecommerce website for designed to market various clothing products. Users are able to view the available garments, select their desired quantitiy, and compile a shopping cart for making a final purchase.
Family Contacts was built during the MEAN stack course. It's a free application for managing, sharing, and visualizing your family relationships for both extended and immediate family. As an essential feature of the project, your log-in information determines who you can see and reveals how people are related to you.
MAKE Gem is a package manager(also known as a Gem) that was built during the Ruby on Rails segment of our programs. Although building Gems is more commonly practiced by experienced developers, MAKE Gem was built by two of our students who entered the bootcamp with little to no experience in programming. This Gem is designed to simplify building forms and tables. Each class contains chainable methods for a one-line code to display and create database records.
Five Eleven is a data visualization project built on the Python software stack. The application transforms the developer job-hunt into a more visual, user friendly experience. Based on location, technology popularity, and other vast data sets, users may easily visualize the varying sizes and concentrations of the junior developer job market across the nation.
Smatch is a mobile application that allows people to connect with each other to play sports, stay active and promote a healthy lifestyle. It provides an easy platform to create pick-up games, coordinate game times and logistics, and connect with new people.
In addition to daily lectures and mentorship, you will learn our curriculum through a vast range of assignments that vary in size and difficulty, which are all hosted on our online platform. Unlike traditional education, expect less textbooks and more hands-on learning and guidance. Here are some examples of our favorite assignments: