It’s graduation time at CodeCraft! Today, we are excited to showcase our Full-Stack Web Developer program graduates and the final projects they’ve been working on. Below is a summary of who our talented grads are, what skills they’ve acquired since coming to CodeCraft, and what their final projects are. Don’t forget—our “Demo Day” events are open to the public, and free to attend!
All you need to do is RSVP, and you’re welcome to join us for some drinks and pizza, and watch our students show off what they’ve been working on for the past 12 weeks. We hope to see you there!
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Meet Our 2017 Web Development Graduates
Project: Bone Appetite
About: Recipe site for dog treats, food, etc.
Technology Used: Vue.js, Webpack, Express.js, MongoDB.
What work are you seeking? A full-stack developer position.
About: TraCar helps make car maintenance easy. It monitors your car’s mileage and alerts you when it’s time for an appointment.
Technology Used: Express.js, Node.js, Vue.js, MongoDB, and the Edmunds API
What work are you seeking? Full-stack positions as well as back-end and project management.
Project: Forget Me Not
About: “Forget Me Not” acts as a family memory database, allowing users to upload and browse through old photographs and memories. It allows you to preserve memories, connect with family, and reminisce. It can also give insight into your relatives’ and ancestors’ pasts, and appreciate their cultural and familial connections.
What work are you seeking? I would prefer a position in front-end development, but I also enjoy back-end and database development.
About: Lantern is an outdoor equipment sharing app. As a user you can be a “Sharer” and share your equipment, or be an “Explorer” to find equipment to rent in a certain area. The idea came about a year ago when we thought about flying somewhere to go camping, but ended up having to road trip to so we could have enough gear to camp with.
What work are you seeking? Front-end, back-end, management, etc
About: NoSolo is a user compatibility matching app that allows rock climbers to find partners based on preferences in climbing gym, climbing disciple, skill-level, and user proximity. Matched users are able to view each other’s profiles and send messages to one another. Future plans include mobile application development and expansion into biking, hiking, and other outdoor activity demographics.
About: TaskMap helps you plan an efficient route for getting your task list done. Simply enter a time and location for each task and TaskMap will create a route that ensures you hit each location at the right time. In addition to helping with a busy day of errands, TaskMap can be useful for planning trips or helping businesses with logistical challenges.
What work are you seeking? Michael wants to work on interesting projects with great people. He likes working with the full development stack and especially enjoys front-end development. While the innovative spirit of startups excites him, he is open to working anywhere that fosters an environment of creativity and innovation.
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