So ultimately the capstone is you coming up with the idea. Identify a business problem in the world that maybe you’ve experienced yourself or that you’ve seen. You come up with the idea, you come up with a solution, and then you pitch that idea to the instructors. The instructors help mold that idea. Then you’re going to go back and write user stories. Those user stories ultimately will become the features for that application. Once you have that approved, you will then go and drop a wireframe. You’ll build out the database, how you want your data to be stored on the inside of your application.
This is all based on the conversations you’ll have with the instructors. But ultimately you’re going to dive into technology. You’re going to build out the application from the ground up, and then you’re going to present it to your classmates or the instructors.
From there, you can do it wherever you want with it. Ultimately, it’s a great talking point. It shows that you’re able to have really good problem-solving skills. Creativity. You’re able to identify business problems and build solutions and implement those solutions right in the actual application.
This is the final project you do at devCodeCamp. It’s really fun. It’s an awesome time and going to showcase a lot of your really great skills.