Working on a coding project is a great way to build your programming skills.
Whenever you work on a project, you’ll always learn something new. You’ll encounter a bug that you need to fix. Or you’ll discover that the ways of doing something upon which you have previously relied do not fit in with your project. You have to adapt to reach your end goal.
Whatever you are working on, keep going! We love to see makers build new projects. Anything you build will help you get closer to your dream of becoming a programmer.
This Week’s Top Projects
Computer Science Quiz tests your knowledge of computer science concepts. When you play the quiz, you’ll be presented with a series of questions covering everything from HTTP to MP3.
This project was built by Ivaylo Yankov as their first portfolio project.
Aurora is a haptic and VR experience that helps you relax and meditate. This product was designed for business use cases, such as in airport VIP rooms and premium offices to help workers relax on breaks.
This project was built by Alvaro Camp, a student at UXER School.
Tiqquit.net is an open-source bug tracking tool. Using Tiqquit.net, you can create, edit, and delete tickets. You can authenticate yourself as a user using the Devise-powered account management system.
This project was designed and built by Danny Romero, a student at LEARN Academy.
Bible Talks Social App is a place where you can talk about the Bible. On this platform, users can authenticate themselves, create posts, and interact with others users. Bible Talks Social App was designed to be fully responsive on mobile devices.
This project was created by Cristian Viorel Ceamatu, a student at Microverse.
#5: Dog Tinder
Dog Tinder is an adaptation of the Tinder application for dogs. Users can like dogs and communicate with other users through a real-time chat system.
This project was built by Weilong Lin, who is presently a student at Codaisseur.
#6: Culture Cook
Culture Cook is a one-stop-shop where you can discover new ethnic foods and their recipes. This project was built by Dominic Nguyen.
#7: GitHub Search
GitHub Search lets you find out more about the repositories on a GitHub user’s account. Github search was built by Antny Guthiga, a student at Moringa School.
Cov2tracker is designed to assist the Kenyan Government in understanding rates of Covid-19 infections. This project was developed by Antony Guthiga.
#9: Jana’s Portfolio
Jana Yung submitted her portfolio to Career Karma Projects, which was widely received by the community. Jana’s portfolio is simple and showcases her past work experience, her resume, and information about herself.
#10: Unicorn Attractor
Unicorn Attractor is an issue tracker for a fantasy game. Users can submit any bugs they have encountered, request features, and upvote bugs to help the game developers understand the most pressing issues that must be fixed.
This project was created by Joan Sweeney, a graduate of Code Institute.
What is Career Karma Projects?
Career Karma Projects is a platform to showcase your coding projects. Whether you’re a coding bootcamp student who has just built their final portfolio project, or a code newbie working on their first side project, you can submit your work to Career Karma Projects.
When you submit a project, you’ll be able to:
- Receive feedback from our community of hundreds of other coders and bootcamp students and graduates.
- Get recognition for your hard work.
- Be in for a chance of winning a free three-month subscription to Crash.
That’s it for this week! Read next Friday’s edition of the Career Karma Projects Spotlight to uncover even more top projects from coding bootcamp students, graduates, and other aspiring coders. Check out last week’s Spotlight on our blog.
– The Career Karma Team
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