The projects you create while attending a coding bootcamp are essentially your diploma. Potential employers will look at these apps to see if you’re really capable of implementing the technologies listed on your resume.
Fullstack Academy’s Live-Stream Demo Day showcased what students at an advanced coding bootcamp are able to create after just 13 weeks in an immersive environment.
At Fullstack Academy, our students create projects that stand head and shoulders above other bootcamp grads’. On Demo Day, we streamed our soon-to-be alumni’s final “Capstone” project presentations for everyone — friends, family, recruiters, engineering leads, and you — to see.
Capstone projects are created entirely from scratch during the final month of the Immersive Program in teams of four or five developers. These applications employ all the technologies Fullstack Academy students have learned on both the front- and back-end, as well as supplemental technologies picked-up during the building process.
Campuses and Programs offered under Fullstack’s “Immersive” umbrella represented at this event included:
The live-stream was aired via Facebook on April 3rd, but you can view all project demos (in an organized manner) on the Fullstack blog below.
We think you’ll be impressed!
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