This week we’ve seen dozens of coders and coding bootcamp students launch their projects on Career Karma Projects!
From an application that helps you find roommates in a hostel, to the design for a new contact management application, Career Karma community members have been building a number of creative projects to showcase their skills.
Congratulations to all the coders out there who launched a project this week!
This Week’s Top Projects
Here are the top projects posted on Career Karma this week based on community engagement:
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Gerald Mwanu, a student at Moringa School, built MyRoom-mate. This web-based application makes it easy for students in Kenya to find affordable housing and cost-share the rent with fellow hostel residents.
This project, built by James Ng, a student at Metis, uses deep learning models to classify images based on whether they are cats, dogs, and pandas.
This week, Megan Paulsen, a student at Designlab, launched the new website for Pacific Physical Therapy. This website is for a speciality therapy clinic focused on treating balance and dizziness problems.
Emily is the design for a new contact management app that makes it easy to effectively track your business and personal engagements. This project was built by Jessie Amga.
#5: Food Journal
Food Journal, built by Vanessa K., is an alternative to typical calorie-tracking apps that allows you to log the meals you eat using pictures.
#6: Exercise Tracker
Exercise Tracker is a project that allows you to track when you have exercised, and for how long an exercise session has lasted. Exercise Tracker was built by Jason Pallone, a student at Treehouse.
#7: Investment Check
Investment Check, built by Andre Williams, is a tool for venture capitalists, angel investors, and stockbrokers to keep track of their investments.
#8: Todo List
Todo List is an application that allows you to keep track of all your daily tasks, and set due dates by which certain tasks must be completed. This project was built by Rabah Babaci, a student at Lambda School.
#9: Parks and Death
Parks and Death is an application that helps people reach their goal of visiting all the U.S. National Parks. This project was built by Heather Johnsick, Abraham Hamdan, and Reginald Richardson, who are students at Grand Circus.
NFL Quarterback Analysis is a project that analyzed data on NFL quarterbacks from 1970 to 2018 to determine whether Body Mass Index (BMI) impacts passing rate. Built by Danny Luong, a student at Thinkful.
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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