As the new week begins, we have been busy looking at the great work bootcamp students and code newbies are working on.
Last week, we saw projects like a recipe app for family members and a pixel-perfect clone of the Discord messaging app submitted to Career Karma Projects.
Without further ado, let’s take a look at this week’s top ten projects by the community.
This Week’s Top Projects
CodeQuest() is a platform game that helps young children improve their problem solving skills. CodeQuest is a platform game that lets you control your character using commands. This project was built by Anthony Donovan, a student at Makers Academy.
MyFamilyRecipes lets you share your family recipes with the world. This project was built by Chaya Deaver, a graduate of Flatiron School, using React.js for the front-end and Ruby on Rails for the back-end API.
Conflict is a full-stack clone of the Discord app. Conflict uses Ruby on Rails, React, and websockets to create a responsive and interactive user experience. This project was built by Steven Yee, a student at App Academy.
T-Lab is a microsite design for a technology company. This project was built with ease of use in mind as conceptual work for a student brief. T-Lab was designed by Jesse Finkelstein, a student at Shillington.
Grillit is a website that shows recipes for grilling and barbecuing. The creator of this project, Taylor Romney, a student at CareerFoundry, conducted research to determine the needs of users, and designed the Grillit website from scratch.
Pinhole lets you discover and share the world’s best photos. Users can upload and delete photos, like and interact with other users’ photos, and create an account. This project was created by Bryan Sillorequez, a student at App Academy.
The Handiest of Men website is a website for a home services company based in New Jersey. The site features an interactive estimate process that allows customers to easily find out the value of their home. This project was built by Bryan Perez.
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Bridge is a prototype for an application that helps keep students accountable for their progress at school. The app allows teachers and parents to communicate about each student’s education. This project was built by Taylor Romney, a student at CareerFoundry.
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.
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