We’re back for another week of the Career Karma Projects Spotlight. This week, we’ve seen everything from a meditation app with music to an app that helps you organize your finances.
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This week we’re back with ten new projects submitted to Career Karma to show you how much coding bootcamp students, graduates, and newbies to code are capable of building.
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aMAZEment is a maze runner-style game which challenges you to navigate through a randomly-generated maze as quickly as possible. This project was built by Nicholas Hazel, a student at Thinkful.
TaskMon is a task manager application with a twist: each task displays a constant countdown timer showing you how much time you have left to complete that task. This project was built by Nicholas Hazel, a student at Thinkful.
Breathe is a web application that helps you relax and focus on your breathing. Breathe tells you when to breathe in and out, to help you get into a good rhythm. This project was built by Jared Matta, a student at Flatiron School.
Front End Fundamentals Quiz is a quiz designed to test your knowledge of basic front-end principles. The quiz supports 50 different questions that are split into 10 categories. This project was built by Nicholas Hazel.
DoggieTracker is an app that allows you to track your pet’s weight, meals, and walks. Think of DoggieTracker as a Fitbit for dogs. This project was built by Natalie Galligan, a student at Flatiron School.
Saturn is a project management tool for remote software development teams. Using Saturn, you can easily track feature requests and bugs for your software project. This project was built by Anthony Hill, a student at Thinkful.
This project uses natural language processing to identify movies that you may want to watch, using data from the IMDB top-250 English movies. This project was built by James Ng, a student at Metis.
#8: Film Journal
Film Journal is a Ruby on Rails-powered website that allows you to organize, rate, and review movies that you’ve seen. This project was built by Ryan Manchester, a student at Flatiron School.
What Have I Been Up To (WHIBUT) is a full-stack application that allows you to keep track of all your day-to-day activities, from watching movies to reading books. This project was built by Anthony Hill, a student at Thinkful.
Fearless is a mobile website redesign for a woman’s non-profit based out of Winston-Salem, NC. The website provides a directory to find women-owned businesses in the area. This project was built by Charity Myers.
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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