Here's a collection of some projects from Codefest 2020. While of course there were more than four projects, these are just from the teams that opted to be in this showcase.
- Farhene Sultana
- Gabriella Gonzalez
- Jeremy Chen
- Gabriella Alexis
- Warren Ball
- Darren Zhang
- Luis F. Uceta
- Ivan Henson
"Pear is a static site generator written in the Raku programming language. It uses Mustache to do its templating. Put briefly, Pear takes a bunch of Markdown documents under certain directory and generate the HTML for a site."
- Marin Marinov
- Ajani Stewart
- Josh Winton
- Belinda Liu
- Stephen Ku
- Brandon Foster
" - We wanted to make something that will allow computer science majors to seamlessly communicate with another.
- We wanted this app to be the better version of Piazza, stack overflow, and Facebook all combined.
- This app allows users to make an account and post questions/advice to other computer science majors.
- The more a user contributes, the more points they earn for helping out the community.
- Users can reply to one another, like/dislike the other user's posts and view each other's profiles."
Tech stack and hosting are included on the readme.
- Boaz Kaufman
- Sam Ebersole
- Jack Cruse
"We implemented the board game Laser Chess in the open-source engine Godot. There are five boards to play on. Download the .dmg or .exe and .pck files from the repo, run it, and play!
The main menu includes a ""how to play"" section, but here are some notes not included:
- Hit Escape during a game to return to the main menu
- Two edges of the board are colored light blue and pink: blue pieces cannot move onto pink spaces, and red pieces cannot move onto light blue spaces."