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Showcase Showoff: Portland Code School Graduate Debut!

New Relic
111 SW 5th Avenue, Suite 2700
Portland, Oregon 97204, United States (map)
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It's graduation time at Portland Code School!

Come celebrate with us and find your next great team member!

Enjoy an evening of capstones and cocktails. We'll introduce our program and curriculum, and our graduates will be available to show off their awesome capstone web apps.

Here are some of their amazing projects:

  • Garden Exchange

A mobile web site that connects people who love gardening and sharing food with others. The app allows gardeners to offer their excess bounty and to find others with food to share. The concept can be expanded to other sharing communities.

  • Littleboxes

A marketplace for “docker" Linux containers, providing categorization, previews, ratings, and community. This is being developed in collaboration with a local business and contains proprietary technology.

  • Seattle Alerts

A web site that makes civic data more accessible to citizens, making Seattle 911 calls available in a variety of formats including mapped by neighborhood and filtered for specific time periods.

  • Delucia

A responsive web site for sports trainers to advertise services, schedule appointments, accept credit card payments, and track customer engagement. Developed for a specific real-world client, it can be extended to any number of personal service business types.

  • ClimbingBuddyPDX

A web application to help climbers in the Portland area find people to climb with on short notice.

  • TinyTable

A responsive, educational web app designed for chemistry students and teachers to test knowledge of the periodic table

  • Breeze

An application for wind surfers and kite boarders to see current and forecasted wind conditions in several popular spots along the Columbia River Gorge.

  • FoodFight

A game that displays in-arena food awards associated with all of the day's NBA games and allows a player to play along at home with one pick per day -- and WIN FOOD!!! (or pictures thereof.)