Students recently showcased their capstone projects to an audience of more than 20 Galvanize community members, including hiring partners, members, peers, and staff.
Each of our graduates had a chance run through short demo of what they’ve been working on before meeting one-on-one with employers and networking over local Colorado beer. Here’s a quick rundown of what our students built:
Name: Andrew James
Golden is a flash card style interview prep site. Built for full stack developers, this site will challenge and keep developers up to speed on concepts and terminology.
Name: Caleb Atwood
Name: Daniel Harris
Metaprogramming exercise on the back-end that dynamically created forms and initialized unlimited variations of object models in a quickly scalable environment. Front-end used the Google Maps API to showcase activities around town such as bars, breweries, ice cream shops, and more.
Name: Danielle Mullane
Name: Jake Marwil
Project: Lytening & Powder Pioneer
A new form of social media that brings competitive side to posts & An avalanche and weather-tracking site to provide backcountry skiers with better information and promote safety
Name: Jessica Koch
A networking app that capitalizes on a dog’s charisma and ability to spark a conversation between strangers, providing resources for professionals to network with their furry companion. Fetch is built with a front-end in Ember-Cli with a Ruby on Rails API. Oauth2 is implemented with LinkedIn and includes a RESTful Google Maps API.
Name: Melissa Khat
A social online community for snowboarders to connect and find fellow riders of the same skill level, goal, and/or mountain interest. This application was built on Ruby on Rails, HTML, and CSS Bootstrap while integrating the Twilio API. Members have the capability to send text messages through the app to connect with other members.
Name: Ty Hyten
App built in Ruby on Rails that generates a Spotify playlist containing the top songs of artists with shows in your city in the upcoming week, giving users the opportunity to get familiar and get tickets. Uses both the Bandsintown and Spotify API’s.
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