One of the best ways to judge a coding bootcamp is by the quality of projects its students are able to build. To land a great engineering job, you need to have more than just cutting-edge skills... You have to be able to demonstrate you have them through impressive projects.
Girder Gus is an in-browser, 2D platformer game where you walk on walls and build bridges to collect all of Gus's lost tools.
Featuring seamless gravity switching, a powerful and easy-to-use level editor, and a community of other builders, Girder Gus provides unlimited entertainment. Play your friends levels, then once you master the mechanics, make your own to share with friends. Engage in a social network inspired by Mario Maker and work your way to the #1 slot on the Top Creator rankings, or play mindbending stages and experience a new dimension of construction.
Advanced features include OAuth with Google, "forking" levels to put your own spin on them, serverside screenshot generation, and a Girder Ghost that will play back your movements from a previous run.
Turn your assorted video clips into awesome movies, right from your browser, with Reel Cool. Simply upload your videos from your desktop or your phone, and start editing right away. Reel Cool allows you to cut, add filters, stitch everything together, and see the results in real-time. Even more fun is the automatic movie generator with built-in themes that can instantly transform any collection into an evocative masterpiece. You can download a copy of any movie you make to keep or share with the world.
Streaming has changed the way people listen to music, giving anyone with an internet connection easy access to huge song libraries through services like YouTube and Spotify. Unfortunately, using these services means managing music in multiple tabs, across multiple sites, resulting in a fragmented listening experience. With Cohearence, users now have one location from which they can access and playback all of the music they stream. Cohearence remembers what users listen to on YouTube, Spotify, Soundcloud, and Bandcamp, and then lets them play back any song they've previously listened to from a source-agnostic player built into a Chrome Extension. Users can also playback or manage their playlists and music library from the Cohearence web application, which is totally synchronized with the extension.
DDE is a smooth and fun rhythm dance game for the browser in the style of Dance Dance Revolution. Now that Adobe has finally dropped support for Flash, Dance Dance Evolution is the only supported rhythm dance game on the browser. We wanted to make a rhythm game online that you could play with your keyboard or USB gamepad.
Tamarafi is a Tamagotchi inspired pet whose fitness reflects the fitness of the user.
Tamarafi synchs with the user's fitness tracking device and collects the user's fitness metrics. The app encourages the user to meet their fitness goals through several mechanics:
The pet's fitness will mirror that of the user. The creature's appearance will change depending on whether the user is meeting his or her goals.
Achieving goals will earn the user points which he or she can use to purchase items in the store, such as hats, clothes and furniture for the pet.
Users can post messages for one another and play competitive mini-games based on the in-game fitness levels of their pets.
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