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Final Full Stack project - Matchtime - A sports scheduling platform
A platform allowing management of sports facilities and for customers to book slots on resources such as tennis courts. Create a facility with a dedicated landing page, add facility resources, invite members by email, or book a time. Most functionality requires user registration but planning to restructure a bit to a more modern web-flow with “registration at the end”.
GeoPandas Plot Visualizing Covid-19 Daily Counts for Colorado
Check out my personal project on Colorado Covid-19 Case Counts by County. I used Python, Pandas, GeoPandas, Matplotlib, and SciKitLearn to visualize daily positive case counts from June 1, 2020 to October 14, 2021 in the format of a geographic heat map. Link to Project in Personal Projects Forum
Link to my portfolio, GitHub repository, and posting in the Front-End Developer Path here!
This was by far the toughest project in the Computer Science career path and if you’d told me a month ago that I would actually be able to complete this Portfolio Project I would not have believed you!
Mealwise - My Django Capstone Project (Django Delights)
Hi there! A while back, I completed the Django course with its capstone project, Django Delights (I called it Mealwise). I did a “1.0” version of the app which satisfied the requirements of the course, but then kept working on it to integrate some other technologies I was interested in (htmx and hyperscript) to achieve some nice UI patterns, which is the version I finally decided to share. Hope this is worth a look!
Here is my first website created using html and css in the Capstone Colmar Academy project. I really enjoyed it, even though it took me a while to get my head around flexbox. I’m proud of how far I’ve come in just a few weeks and would be great to be featured!
I tried a to make a webpage that can do some of the things that MS Paint can do. link to post
So far, it can be used to draw rectangles and circles and has an undo button.
I have it in this Codecademy workspace.
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