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Cohort 20 Graduates

March, 26th 2021

After their 12-week journey to becoming Full-Stack Developers, our students have grown their technical skills. These students have gone from little to no experience to learning HTML/CSS, JavaScript, React and then diving into a back-end technology stack to round out their full-stack understanding. We are proud to present to you our graduating students from Cohort 20.

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Our Graduates

Jerid Fenderson

Jerid Fenderson: Web, Systems, and Life Developer

Jerid is an Air Force Vet and a newly minted developer that loves coming up with systems, methods and procedures that will effectively eliminate, automate, and delegate problems that range from the intricate, to routine, to exasperate. Jerid believes in the power of effective teamwork, as well as having the ability to figure it out on ones own. He recognizes strengths not only within himself, but within others and does his best to highlight and uplift the team as well as individuals within that team, including himself.

Jerid's project: Cheap And Easy Auto is a car sales database that allows you to keep track of inventory, add new cars, sell cars, and update vehicle information as well as keeping track of customers and their information as well.


Mike Morris

Developer, Veteran, Disc Golfer, Tinkerer and Cigar Lover.

Mike is curious new developer that is amazed at how vast and deep the world of developing is. Mike would like to get on board projects where he can learn more and more. Mike believes that he would be his best in an environment that is trying to make a difference in this world.

Mike's capstone project Humidor is a humidor inventory control app. I paired with Corey Hall on this project and together we created a full stack application that could create, read, update, and delete the contents of a digital humidor.


Amanda Fox

Amanda Fox: Lover of crafts both digital and material, problem solver, and proud cat mom.

Amanda is an up and coming developer that has love for both front-end and back-end development. She prefers a more minimalist approach to design that makes user navigation easy. Amanda loves collaborating and brainstorming with others to lead to a creative product. She enjoys finding a creative and realistic solution to problems.

Amanda's captone project Feed Me is an app that is intended to help people with dietary restrictions find restaurants in the Tampa area.


Mandy Wade

Mandy Wade: Programmer, Detail-Oriented and Disney Lover

Mandy is a newly minted programmer who loves Back-End programming. She has experience in both C# and JavaScript, and is always eager to learn more languages. Mandy's past job experiences have made her very detail-oriented and hard-working, when needed jumping in and taking on additional tasks.

Mandy's capstone project: Hidden Mickeys. As an avid Disney goer and Scavenger Hunt enthusiast, I wanted an app that I could take into the park with me and be able to enjoy a new Scavenger Hunt of different Hidden Mickeys located throughout the parks.


Erika Stigleman

Erika Stigleman: Optimus, Proud Mother, New Excited Developer, Giver, and Explorer

Erika is excited about developing logical, innovative, effective tools. She's a fresh ambitious developer, who enjoys learning from others, and tackles obstacles with persistency.

Erika's capstone project Life's Big Calendar uses React Big Calendar to track users daily appointments and reminders.


Corey Hall

Corey Hall: Developer, Veteran, and Self-Proclaimed Foodie.

I am a new developer who loves Front-End development. I enjoy making aesthetically pleasing applications that are user friendly. My goal is to continue learning and to become a more well rounded developer.

Corey's capstone project Humidor was a collaboration between myself and Mike Morris. This application was a brain child of Mike and his affinity for cigars. Together we created a full stack application that could create, read, update, and delete the contents of a digital humidor.


Steven Zambito

Developer, Team Player, and Star Wars Fanatic

Steven is an ambitious developer with a passion for Front-End Development. He graduated from the University of South Florida with a Bachelor of Arts in English. Shortly after, he enrolled in Suncoast Developers Guild in pursuit of a career in Software Development. Because of his background as a writer, he has developed a great attention to detail and analytical thinking. He is an eager to learn, results-driven problem solver, with a knack for critical thinking.

Steven's capstone project, Battle Archives, is a full-stack web application created for fans of the Star Wars franchise to create, read, update, and delete various battles within the universe. Users can create an account to manage their own battles as well as comment on other users' battles. He used React, .NET Core, and PostgreSQL to build the app.


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