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What will you create?


Students create 4 projects throughout their coding bootcamp. These are real world websites which not only act as end products for the skills and technologies they have learned, but also as a virtual CV to showcase to employers.

User Centric Front End Development with HTML & CSS



Interactive Front End Development with Javascript



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What Will You Build?

Planning, creating, and launching a functioning real world project is the final phase of our program.

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MatchJS is an app designed to connect current and aspiring software engineers seeking to improve their skills in a certain area with mentors who have real-world experience and are willing to share their knowledge. 

Team: Polina Soshnin, Rachel Jenkins, Sergey Piterman, Anthony Bibbs

Technologies: Node, Express, Firebase, RXjs, Passport, Travis CI, Karma, Jasmine, Gulp, Protractor


Trippian helps travelers avoid tourist traps and find great local spots. Users can create itineraries, upload photos and connect to one another. The app was built with React, Redux, Node, Express and many other technologies.

Team: Audrey Li, Joe Lagasse, Yale Yuen, Elliot Chi

Technologies: Node, Express, Amazon S3, Heroku, React, Redux, Neo4JS, Passport, Travis CI, Gulp, Mocha, Chai, ImmutableJS


Text matching, Regex game where users match appropriate queries for text. Resources such as Coderbyte and Codeacademy allow users to learn to program without worrying about unnecessary complexities.

Team: Lisa Tse Wang, Michael Gofron, Dave Schumaker, Jeff Plourd

Technologies: Node, Express, React, MongoDB,

Wash on Demand

Wash on Demand is a mobile app that allows car owners to connect with car detailing and washing service providers. Available on both iTunes, and the Google Play Store.

Team: Bobby Chong, Daniel Rizko, Kyle Kodani, Kasra Joshani

Technologies: Node, Express, Angular, Ionic, Cordova,, MongoDB.

Blue Plate

A platform for flash deals from restaurants to consumers. Users may search for deals, and see further relevant information including a map of the restaurant’s location, a countdown to deal expiration, and a link to Yelp reviews of the restaurant.

Team: Kayla Handy, Kayla Matteo, Garrett Brustkern, Salman Oskooi

Technologies: Node, Express, React, Postgres, Mocha, Chai, Heroku.


Texans.Vote is a social voter outreach platform to motivate Texans to vote in 2016. Users submit videos to encourage voting, and the videos are ranked by most viewed, with the top most viewed being awarded a prize.

Technologies: React, Immutable, Redux, Mocha, Chai, Node, Express.

Town Hall

TownHall is a highly intuitive project management app. Drag and drop functionality allows users to quickly organize complex projects and assign tasks.

Team: Daniel Kim, Jeffrey Shen, Richard Yu, Daniel Russel

Technologies: Node, Express, Firebase, MySQL, Angular,

Product Square

ProductSquare is a platform for developers to showcase completed projects and find proposals for development projects that need to be built by non-profit companies.

Team: Ting Deng, Alex Navarrete, Aaron Lam, Christopher Kim

Technologies: Node, Express, React, MongoDB,

Nimble Code

This “Nimble Code is code typing game that allows you to improve your coding abilities in interactive ways. You can race against time or compete live against other users.

Technologies: React, Redux, Node, Express, MySQL,, Ace Code Editor.


Turf is a web application that helps you move into any new area by giving you the data you need about it’s neighborhoods. Get information on commute time and cost

Technologies: Angular, Bootstrap, Node, Express.


This React Native app opens connections across the globe. Users can request content from any location in the world, and respond to requests with videos and photos. 

Technologies: Google Maps, Django,, MapBox, PostgreSQL, Docker, Graphics Magick, AWS, YouTube API, Yelp API, Node.js.

Ready to Build Something Amazing?

Student Projects

Capstone projects represent the culmination of a Codeva student’s hard work throughout the immersive program. These final projects are completed over the last 3 weeks on campus and integrate all of the technologies learned over the previous months (and often new ones).

Students work in teams of three to four people to develop impressive web/mobile applications, which serve as a centerpiece of a graduate’s coding portfolio. They are presented to companies at Hiring Day during the final week on campus. Check out a selection of recent capstone project videos below.


Galacticode puts your JavaScript skills to the test by helping a lost alien find its way home.


    Gaming, React, Redux

  • GROUP:

    Daryl Concha, Amy De Genaro, Rebecca Eom, Katherine Pangtay


    November 2018

Money Mentor

MoneyMentor was built with React-Native, Node.js, Express, Plaid API/Link, and D3.


    NodeJS, ExpressJS, React Native, Plaid API/Link, D3

  • GROUP:

    Joyce Chow, Sheri Kwong, Pankti Parikh, Sharon Yun


    November 2018


Simplified card game War with a sprinkle of AR action.


    Gaming, AR

  • GROUP:

    Natalia Dittren, Esther Park, Shabnam Rasoulian, Valerie Rojdestvenskaia


    October 2018

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WAT (Where Are They) is a social app that allows you locate your group of friends and family using your phone!


    Third Party API, Real-time / Web Sockets, React, Redux

  • GROUP:

    Evan Williams, Summer Guan, Mauro Restuccia, Arum Lee


    May 2018

IoT Dashboard

The IoT Dashboard uses MQTT(Message Queuing Telemetry Transport) to aggregate and display data collected from a network of sensors built using the esp8266 microcontroller


    HTML5/CSS3, Third Party API, Real-time / Web Sockets, React, Redux

  • GROUP:

    Reese Long


    March 2018

Case Study: P&G Ventures Partners With Codeva for Digital Marketing Training

Problem: To create new, innovative direct-to-consumer brands, P&G Ventures — Procter & Gamble’s startup studio — needed to rethink the firm’s traditional marketing approaches.

Solution: Through the P&G Performance Marketing Academy, Codeva trains employees through deep dives into critical digital marketing disciplines, including Facebook and social media marketing, eCommerce strategy, and marketing analytics. Armed with this toolkit, marketers can move more nimbly with less reliance on agencies.

Impact: “We invested heavily in capability training. We brought in Codeva, a training company that teaches practical technology skills like data analytics and SEO, so that we could continue to learn and have the skills to be more hands on.” — Leigh Radford, Vice President and General Manager, P&G Ventures

Case study source: Forbes, Big Firms Can’t Innovate: How P&G Ventures Is Dispelling The Myth

Graduate With a Professional Portfolio: Sample Projects


Alegre, creatives and marketing manager at KompacPlus, compiled a plan to increase brand awareness in Malaysia by boosting email subscriptions. Tactics include paid search and social media marketing, a dedicated landing page, and iterative A/B testing.

Morgan Art

Ly, account executive at Havas Health & You, helped a Boston-based artist solicit commissions and consultations by building regional brand awareness. His recommendations include tactics for content, organic search, and social media marketing.

Pinx Catering

Mekonnen, a growth marketing manager at ARC Document Solutions, focused on optimizing Pinx Catering’s web presence. Her plan includes social media tactics across Facebook, LinkedIn, and Instagram marketing as well as paid search and SEO.