Deep Dive Coding Students Present Projects Wednesday at FatPipe

June 7, 2016 -- The CNM STEMulus Center’s spring Deep Dive Coding cohort will demonstrate their projects during Demo Day on Wednesday, June 15, from 5:30-7:30 p.m. at Fat Pipe ABQ Coworking Space, 200 Broadway Blvd. NE. The event is open to the public.
June 07, 2016

The Deep Dive Coding program is a 10-week (40-plus hours per week) web development bootcamp taught at the CNM STEMulus Center in downtown Albuquerque. Students learn the fundamentals of modern web development and coding to build websites, software and apps.

Students will be showcasing their capstone projects, which they have completed throughout the course of the program in teams. Among projects to be demonstrated are:

  • Brew Crew: an easy to use site that recommends a New Mexican beer as you review beers. Students presenting will be Alicia Broadhurst, Kate McGaughey, Arlene Graham and Merri Zibert.
  • RealTimeScout: a site for coaches and scouts to input data about players for possible recruitment to Major League Baseball (MLB) teams. A public application-programming interface (API) is also published. Students presenting will be Jared Padilla, Lucas Laudick, Francisco Garcia and Eliot Ostling.
  • ROMuLess: a site to buy and sell classic video game cartridges. Students presenting will be Elliot Murrey, Marlan Ball, Donald Deleeuw.
  • Red Rover: a site that aggregates hard-to-find information about NASA's Curiosity probe. Students presenting will be Anthony Williams, Kai Garrott, Ellen Liu and Jordan Vinson.