Careers in Code - Capstone Project Touchpoint Submission
This touchpoint should be completed by students every ~2-3 weeks to provide an update on their projects.

Exact to follow on when this should be submitted.

For more information on the capstone requirements:
https://docs.google.com/document/d/1DQo4pyWTaxEG61B-bFgLfo0_FhiFKk8duT6XBkZONW0/edit#

Email address *
Student Information
What is your first and last name? *
Your answer
Project Information
Are you pursuing your own project or thinking of partnering with a non-profit? *
We're still exploring some non-profit options, so please think if your own project idea as a backup plan.
What is your project name? *
Your answer
Explain your project in 280 characters.
What is it? What does it do?
Your answer
Now, try to describe your project in 50 characters!
This will help you narrow the focus of your project.
Your answer
Why did you pick this project to work on?
Your answer
What is the problem(s) you are trying to solve?
Your answer
Do any existing solution(s) exist for these problems?
Is there an existing product or service that solves this problem? Do some research! If there is already a solution out there, that's OK. We want you to look into how other people may have solved these problems.
Your answer
What is your proposed solution(s) to the problem you are trying to solve?
Your answer
What are some of the key features of your project?
It might help to describe the ideal end user of this project and some of their needs.
Your answer
Update Information
Provide a link to your Trello board.
Your answer
Provide updates on your capstone project since the last touchpoint. What did you complete?
Your answer
Do you have a blog post this week? Share the URL here!
Technical blog posts are a way to show prospective employers that you can communicate about your code and complex topics. By the end of the 24 week program, you should have around 8 blog posts written. These blog posts will not be required, and if you miss a blog or two that is OK. However, we strongly encourage you to write as many as you can throughout the program as they’ll help keep you on track for your project and you’ll be building an impressive portfolio. Medium is a great place to host your blog, or you can create a blog on your website!
Your answer
Project Links / Technical Information
You only need to provide these links when you have them. If you have submitted them once, you do not need to submit them again unless your project changes.
Provide a link your Github repository
Your answer
Provide a link to your live web application
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A copy of your responses will be emailed to the address you provided.
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