“Is three months enough?” is one of the most common questions from aspiring Tuitt boot campers. In the complex and ever-evolving realm of coding, three months of consistent meticulous training is more than enough time to know the ins and outs of web development.
Don’t get me wrong — coding is not for everyone. It is made of theories built upon concepts built upon concepts, and a single program does not have enough room to explain it all. But seeing the progression of the skillset of the seventh batch of day class boot campers for Tuitt Coding Bootcamp showed how determination and passion can do wonders for one’s development. One look at their final Capstone projects and you will immediately see that the future definitely looks bright for this batch.
To quantify the performance and skillset acquired by the campers throughout the whole process, the instructors created this baseline of their projects created.
Half of the total rating of this project will come from the front-end side.
The other half of the total rating will come from the backend side.
It will require the campers to create their web applications using the Laravel framework – an amazing full-stack framework crafted for PHP web developers.
The CRUD (Create, Retrieve, Update, and Delete) functionality learned from the second capstone project should be implemented here as well, excluding the user authentication and authorization – these functionalities and several more can be made and customized efficiently using Laravel.
A tool where employees within your company can submit incident reports from bullying to information breach.
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A personal blog that aims to cater to influencers/famous people who might want to have their own websites. This website was built with their needs in mind and therefore it has a UI built for showcasing photos and vlogs (video blogs).
Simple Online Banking Website
Changing the way you assemble your startup team
School Grading System Website
You can’t escape death.. but you can prepare for it while you’re still alive. No surprises.
Guide for LoL gameplay, item builds and more to help you dominate with your favorite champions!
Photo sharing web app that encourages travellers to share their journey and stories through the web app.
A hybrid ecommerce and messenger website that provides the users with wide selection of luxury bags.
Learning Management System for Salespeople in the US
A personal blog website or diary where registered users can interact with the blog owner thru comments and email.
Discover and Experience Abra! Your place of adventure!
Blog for music lover
Blog for passionate photographers
Website of fraternity
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Don’t hesitate to ask, we can help you to know the answer. This is your chance to know what are the possibilities. Lets share and enjoy our knowledge.
A blog site dedicated to Philippine history, civics, and culture. We aim to provide readers with wide range of stories and think pieces from Filipino journalists, artists, and academics. Don’t miss out!
Basic gaming repository featuring your favorite FF iconic characters.
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A blog site about tattoos
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A food blog that features street foods around asia. Do you know some street foods around asia as well? You can share it with us thru asianstreats!
PearlSal Private Resort is an excellent destination for your getaways any time of the year.
A fight sports article blog that showcases the not so obvious write-ups about anything and everything about the combat world.
A blog site for Create Learning Paths School
Findee – a find items game inspired by the hit puzzles book Where’s Wally (Waldo). After all the stress, why not play for a while?
And that’s it! We wish you all the best in your developer careers! And don’t forget to continue learning and continue improving on your skills.
Your future hasn’t been written yet. No one’s has. Your future is whatever you make it. So make it a good one!
– Dr. Emmett L. Brown