It’s the first week of the new month. What are you going to achieve this month?
This week, members of the Career Karma community showcased everything from a direct messaging app to an application that helps business owners create business plans.
To end off this week, we’re going to take a look at the top ten projects submitted by coders and bootcamp students to Career Karma. If you’re looking for inspiration for your next project, or you’re interested in the work of newbie coders, you are in the right place!
This Week’s Top Projects
#1: I’m in Danger
I’m in Danger lets you share your location in emergency situations or at times when you feel like you’re at risk. This project was built by Christian Lorenzo for iOS.
#2: A JobHint
A JobHint is a design for a product where users can share their thoughts and opinions about a job. This project was built by Uduak Essien, a student at Microverse, using HTML, CSS, and the Ruby on Rails framework.
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BuzzMe is a design for a direct messaging app that is easy to use and sleek. This project was built by Nmeri Nandi using AdobeXD Smartmockups.
BizUs helps business owners create a business plan that outlines their long-term goals. BizUs was developed by Ghameerah McCullers, a student at Flatiron School, using Ruby on Rails and Sinatra.
TMRW is a planner that lets you track your goals and tasks in a single place. TMRW uses the Kanban structure so that you can easily see what you have to work on next. This project was built by Bryan Sillorequez, Ryan Tran, and Leo Yulin Li, who are students at App Academy.
TravelzzzBlog is a design for a blog website that features stories targeted toward adventure seekers. This project was designed by Nmeri Nnadi.
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Movie App Using AI lets you learn more about movies in which you are interested. You can issue voice commands to navigate around the website. This project was built by Enyel Sequeira.
#8: SUDB Library
Straight Up Dope Books (SUDB) is a website where you can track the ones that you have already read. This project is integrated with a New York Times Bestseller API to help users discover new reads.
SUDB was built by Ali Rizvi, a student at General Assembly.
Future Hope School in the Sky is a website design. The organization specializes in helping to improve access to education in developing countries by providing virtual mentors to rural schools. This project was built by Diana Grams, a student at Lambda School.
#10: Swirl Mobile
Swirl Mobile lets you order special espresso drinks from your phone. This application was designed by Tk Nguyen using Sketch and Adobe Photoshop.
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:
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- 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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