It’s Friday, and you know what happens on Friday: it’s the Career Karma Spotlight! Every Friday, we showcase the accomplishments of the top contributors on Career Karma Projects.
This week, we’ve seen projects launch ranging from a resource website for the Black Lives Matter campaign to an online web magazine for car enthusiasts.
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Without further ado, let’s look at the top 10 projects by coding newbies and bootcamp students and grads from this week.
This Week’s Top Projects
On the Black Lives Matter website, you can find out more about the national campaign to support African-Americans. This site features categories for petitions, donations, educating yourself on the issues, and more. This project was built by Jyn-Mun Ng.
Expenses Tracker App is a platform to help you keep track of your finances. You can view a list of your transactions, create expenses, and categorize your expenses into groups. This project was built by Elbie Moonga, a student at Microverse.
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Melanoma or NOT Melanoma is a neural network that uses a pre-trained model to detect whether a skin lesion is a melanoma. The app is not designed to diagnose a condition. This project was built by Joshua Leibow, a student at General Assembly.
Ladies Empowerment Organization Workshop was Witah Geojane’s coding bootcamp capstone project. This project uses HTML, CSS, Bootstrap, and Sass. The site shows information on a workshop about bringing women in tech together. Geojane is a student at Microverse.
Motorista is an online magazine that hosts articles about the automotive and motorcycle industries. The site currently features categories for cars, motorcycles, off-road, and racing. This project was built by Luis Maldonado, a student at Microverse.
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EngagementML is an application that helps you increase engagement on your Instagram profile. The application reads your public Instagram page and makes recommendations based on the demographic you want to influence. This project was built by Gustavo Rivera Pecunia, a student at Ironhack.
eBARTENDER is Tunde Oretade’s capstone bootcamp project. This project is a website featuring a list of curated cocktails from different regions of the world. You can also keep track of your favorite cocktails on the site. Oretade is a student at Microverse.
Wayfarer Travel Blog is a place to share stories from your travels and read about new places where you can travel. You can also view posts by specific authors on the site. This project was built by Tina Taylor, a student at General Assembly.
#9: Mission Climat
Mission Climat is an online simulator to calculate carbon emissions. This tool helps educate the public on carbon emissions and understand how policies can influence emissions on a national scale. Mission Climat was built by Nina Gautreau.
ScraLaw is a service that helps manage your legal processes in Colombia. Using ScraLaw you can find out about the different parts of the Colombian judicial system, and allows lawyers to organize data related to legal cases. This project was built by Camilio Bayona, a student at Holberton School.
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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.
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