Building your own projects is arguably the best way to learn to code. It’s easier to stay engaged with a project when you have chosen to work on it. What’s more, working on a project gives you something to which you can add to your portfolio.
If you need further proof of the value of working on a project, you only need to look at the quality of projects we’ve seen code newbies submit to Career Karma Projects.
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We’ve seen everything from a platform for campers to rent camping gear from locals to a card matching game for mobile devices. Let’s take a look at the top projects that we’ve seen this week on Career Karma Projects.
This Week’s Top Projects
#1: Honey Bear
Honey Bear lets lovers of the outdoors rent camping gear from people who are staying near to them. This project was built using the MERN stack by Sheava Danesh, a student at App Academy.
#2: Space Turtle
Handmade is a full-stack clone of the Etsy.com website. Users can save items in their cart, shop for new items, and list handmade products to sell to others. This project was built by Nicholas Werner, a student at App Academy.
Dancey+ lets you stream the world’s best dance videos. Dancey+ a full-stack web application inspired by the Disney+ streaming platform. Users can browse dance videos, search through categories, and build a watchlist.
This project was built by Elisha Kutnick, a student at App Academy.
#5: Backyard Garden
Backyard Garden lets you keep track of the crops you plant in your garden. You can track how long crops have been planted, when they are due to be harvested, and what conditions each crop thrives in. This project was built by Aidan McBride, a student at Flatiron School.
Messenger App UI Kit is a user interface kit for a mobile messenger app. The kit includes mock-ups for a home screen, a conversation screen, and a contacts screen. This project was built by Taylor Romney, a student at CareerFoundry.
Super Mix N Match is a card matching game built using React.js and C#. This project challenges users to uncover pairs of cards in the shortest time possible. Super Mix N Match was built by Ivan Phelps, a student at Nashville Software School.
Ludicrous lets you share your favorite jokes with other people and share your thoughts on other jokes. Users can comment on jokes, and annotate and upvote posts. This project was built by Connor Brabant.
Pollee is an iOS application that lets you create and respond to anonymous polls. Users can post a poll, vote, comment, see the polls they have filled out, and report content. This project was built by Robert Heler, a student at Hack Reactor.
Artazon is a full-stack web application that lets you find and purchase art online. This project was inspired by Amazon and built using Ruby on Rails and React. Artazon was built by Sheava Danesh, a student at App Academy.
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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