Congratulations, August cohort!
As Principal Instructor Dan Minkevitch noted,
"In the last six months, they've been introduced to a wealth of information in their journey of becoming software engineers. They started their journey by learning how to collaborate with team members in coding environments using Git, terminals, and VSCode.
But most importantly, they've learned how to organize and collaborate on shared ideas in code through a series of group projects. So needless to say these students have spent a significant amount of time learning how to walk the walk of a software engineer."
Building Full Stack Applications Like a Professional
For their last projects before graduation, they worked in small teams for a two-week sprint. Each team chose their own style of planning and collaboration, using tools like Miro and Figma, and combining all the technologies they've learned so far.
Scroll down to learn more about each of these software developers and see the apps they built together (or view the list on GitHub).
NoshBook is an app for discovering, collecting, customizing, and creating recipes. Not only can you generate a shopping list based on recipes you've selected for the week, but duplicate ingredients will be flagged and you can search within the list. The team spent time building features like recipe rating and making search intuitive using Elasticsearch, incorporating motion into their styling for a seamless in-app experience, and data munging so they could parse ingredient data from different sources.