See What Students Build in Code 401: Python
Check out what students built for their capstone project in Code 401: Python. In a single week, these developers apply what they spent the last nine weeks learning—not only the Python programming language, but Django, Pyramid, a host of data structures and algorithms, advanced programming best practices, and much more.
Their goals on each project ranged from trying new technology, to addressing a real market need, to incorporating frameworks and libraries they’d never worked with before, just to push their skill set further.
Here is just a sampling of the impressive projects built in one week by Python developers at Code Fellows.
This mood-tracking app integrates Microsoft’s Emotion API to assess a user’s mood based on eight emotion readings: anger, contempt, fear, disgust, happiness, neutrality, sadness, and surprise. It returns a graphical visualization of the mood reading, plus song recommendations based on what the user is feeling. Users can also keep a daily journal or opt to log in with their face instead of a text password.
While every dev knows the importance of README files in a project, they are too often low priority—or worse, overlooked. Now users can get a head start on their READMEs with Write-Me. This tool searches the codebase, file paths, docstrings, framework specifications, and other project data to generate a README file—complete with proper formatting. The README will be automatically generated with a project overview, documentation, URLs, development tools, a license, contributors, and much more.
4. Electric Slide
Electric Slide solves slider puzzles through machine learning, demonstrating three separate algorithms. Users can see the puzzles solve one at a time, or click Solve All to race the algorithms against each other to see which one works the fastest.
What will you build? See what you’ll learn in Code 401: Advanced Software Development in Python »