Module #8 - Project: Build an application with a team (Full Stack)
Welcome to the Project module! Congratulations on making it this far!
In the upcoming 6 weeks you'll be immersed into the web developer life. By the end of it you and your classmates will have created your own full-stack web application and published it to the internet!
Everything you have learned so far will be combined and put into practice. We will start with deciding on an app, then building an MVP (Minimal Viable Product), and incrementally add more features afterwards. This way you'll learn how all the pieces of a full stack application are built and work together.
Along with practicing your programming skills you will also be working on your communication skills. This is just as important, because as a developer you need to be able to communicate your ideas and efforts in an easy-to-understand manner.
At the end of this module you'll have learned the following:
- How to
build a complete full-stack application
how each part of an application relatesto each other
- What it means to work on a
- How to work with
GIT in a team setting
- How to write
- How to
communicate effectivelywith team members
Keeping trackof your project's progress
- Knowing if you
understand what's askedof you
- How to
communicate with non-developersabout what you're doing
- Learning how to be
- How to work in an
In the following table you'll see the outline for each week.
|Week #||Topic||Sunday meeting||Week tasks|
|0.||Decide on the app to build||-||Tasks W0|
|1.||Create wireframes, user stories, decide on schema's and endpoints||Sunday W1||Tasks W1|
|2.||Build week||Sunday W2||Tasks W2|
|3.||Build week||Sunday W3||Tasks W3|
|4.||Build week||Sunday W4||Tasks W4|
|5.||Finalize project||Sunday W5||Tasks W5|
|6.||Final presentation, General assessment||Sunday W6||General assessment|
After the Project
Congratulations, you finished the Project module and got a working full stack application online to show off to potential employers! Copy the code over to your personal github, fill in the README and go through the code to make sure you understand how it all fits together. This is also the time you can make adjustments to the code base you didn't have time to do during the project itself. Have a look at the technical assignment guidelines to see how you should fill in the README.
After the final presentation the HYF Core will do a general assessment interview with you. This is a mock social and technical interview with two members of the HYF core team. The HYF core team in these interviews will determine if you are ready to interview for junior developer positions. If that is the case, you will officially graduate and we will start sending your CV's to companies! Expect a lot of interviews and technical assignments coming your way!
If not, do not panic. We will sit down with you to see where more work is needed. As long as you put in the effort, we will continue to support you.
For more information on what is required from the mentors for this module, please have a look at the mentors section
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