Each week, Career Karma highlights the top projects posted on the Projects platform in this spotlight column. Last week, we featured an app that helps you find a roommate, an artificial neural network classification algorithm, and more.
The projects submitted to Career Karma this week were just as creative. One user submitted a personal finance app for couples, and another submitted a multiplayer online game based on Pictionary. We’re excited to see so many great projects!
Congratulations to everyone who submitted a project this week. Keep up the good work!
This Week’s Top Projects
Here are the top projects submitted to Career Karma this week, ranked by community engagement:
Built by Anam Soomro, Moneymoon is a personal finance application that allows couples to track their spending habits and stay updated on their financial health. Soomro is currently a student at Flatiron School.
#2: Top 50 Fintechs
Top 50 Fintechs is a data scraper that allows you to learn more about the world’s top Fintech companies from the last few years. This project was built by Jack Cooper, a student at Flatiron School.
#4: Food Recipe App
#5: Chess Puzzle
Chess Puzzle is an online game where players in the same room race to solve a computer-generated chess puzzle. This game was built by Hy N.
#6: Sky Blue
Sky Blue is an application that allows you to keep track of what is going on in your neighborhood. This app allows you to store contact information for local contractors, track meeting announcements, and send alerts to community members.
Sky Blue was built by Jeanne d’Arc Nyiramwiza, a student at Moringa School.
#7: Quit Vaping
Quit Vaping is an application that provides resources to people who are looking to stop vaping. This app was built by Jonathan Kopp, a student at Make School.
"Career Karma entered my life when I needed it most and quickly helped me match with a bootcamp. Two months after graduating, I found my dream job that aligned with my values and goals in life!"
Venus, Software Engineer at Rockbot
Stocks XGBoost Analysis is an application that automates various predictions of the stock market. This application uses Django to build an API, which means the data for each prediction is accessible as a web service. This project was built by Tony Siu.
#9: Digi Doodle
Built by Austin Tumlinson, a student at Thinkful, Digi Doodle is a multi-player online drawing game based on Pictionary. This game was built using websocket.io, and features a fully responsive web design for multiple screen displays.
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 here.
– The Career Karma Team
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