Capstone Project

Learning Goals

  • Demonstrate knowledge you’ve gained throughout Turing
  • Use an agile process to turn well defined requirements into deployed and production ready software
  • Gain experience dividing applications into components and domains of responsibilities to facilitate multi-developer teams. Service oriented architecture concepts and patterns are highly encouraged.
  • Explore and implement new concepts, patterns, or libraries that have not been explicitly taught while at Turing
  • Practice an advanced, professional git workflow including a Pull Request Review
  • Gain experience using continuous integration tools to build and automate the deployment of features
  • Build applications that execute in development, test, CI, and production environments
  • Focus on communication between front-end and back-end teams in order to complete and deploy features that have been outlined by the project spec

Project Mentorship

During this project, you will have access to a Project Mentor. Project Mentors are professional Developers who volunteer their time to assist with the capstone projects. They will be available as much as they can to help your team with planning, development, and general advice throughout. Make sure to attend the Meet and Greet session with your mentors.

After your mentor is assigned to your team, teams will be responsible for owning and coordinating the relationship between the team and the mentor. Make sure to ask your mentor what their communication preferences (email, Slack, etc) and general availability patterns are. Project mentors are here to help, so please take advantage of the opportunity!


For the first time ever, you get to work across programs and create a project that might not be possible otherwise! In this project plan, we’ll kick-off the project and define expectations and deliverables for teams. Please review each of the following pages for more detail:

  1. Expectations
  2. Evaluation
  3. Rubric

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