I’m currently preparing the first project — an application requested by an entrepreneur in the UK.
For each project you will get familiar with reading requirements documentation, planning your tasks, writing clear git commit messages, and more.
By the end of your first project, you will be fully equipped to be a productive member of any development team.
Learn how to setup and secure your own servers on DigitalOcean and AWS. Knowing your way around a server will ensure you aren’t so reliant on 3rd party tools.
Build responsive user interfaces using Vue.js and Vuetify UI Kit.
Plan and code the entire back end using Node.js, AdonisJS, Express and more. Gain an understanding of user management and authentication using Auth0, as well as payment verification using Stripe.
The goal of each project is to take an entrepreneur’s idea and develop a minimally viable product (MVP).
You, the developer, will get familiar with much of what goes into creating and launching an application.
Tech stack will be chosen to meet the goals of the entrepreneur and provide you with experience that is valuable to other employers.
There are many aspiring entrepreneurs unable to test their ideas because they lack the technical skills.
There are many budding developers hungry for real experience and interesting projects to work on.
I help these entrepreneurs scope out a more generic version of their application, so they never have to reveal their big idea.
Students also have the option of showing off their work, which may result in a contract or job offer.
By tackling these projects, developers can get familiar with the process of taking an idea from zero to production.