It should be noted that Dev Bootcamp is primarily taught in Rails. For this project we had less than one-week to teach ourselves Node.js, IBM Loopback, MongoDB, and Mocha/Chai to complete this project. This was not an easy feat, especially with Loopback's terse documentation and virtual lack of external examples (i.e., no StackOverflow examples whatsoever).
This was a three-day four-man group mini-project. Again, using an API for the movie images, we developed a mini version of Rotten Tomatoes movie review website. My role, along with my peer, was setting up the back-end database models, migrations, and validations using the Active Record ORM and training the group on the use of git flow workflow.
This was a mini two-man, two-day project to quickly build a website that made use of an API. Here we offer jokes. My role was to connect to the API source and also reduce the cost of the API by creating the logic to cache all jokes retrieved from the API source.
In this week's solo challenge, we were asked to wireframe the concept for the very website you're browsing now.