Appointment Process Optimization Project (APOP) is a project that helps Coding Academy students gain familiarity with programming simulators and queuing processes. The project will make use of a specialized and automated simulator that individuals and organizations can use to optimize their appointment scheduling processes.
1. Determine the seasonal or annual fees to charge each athlete or member,
2. Set a budget based upon those fees, and
3. Track actuals relative to that budget using common accounting software.
The project is currently on hold to work on other projects and to wait on improvements to be made to QuickBooks API.
The Universal Vote Project beta version has been released. A future upgrade is currently in development.
You can access the project’s site at: www.universalvote.org
The Universal Vote Project beta version has been released as a full blown Java EE 7 Enterprise Application using Wildfly 10 with PostgreSQL 9.3 on the Jelastic eApps PaaS! This version uses only example elections (elections can’t be created and managed by the public yet). However, you can still play with the site and take part in the example elections including taking part in the Universal Vote Project’s Continuous, Anonymous, Board Meeting and vote on the project’s road map (a donation adds weight to your vote). Your donation will be used to cover development costs and fund student work-study development efforts related to this effort.
Please LET PEOPLE KNOW ABOUT THE TOOL! We need clicks. If you are interested in the phenomena associated with elections and group decisions, please go to the Universal Vote Project and check it out.
The Mazenator Project is currently in development. The Mazenator Project is a project that teaches Code Academy students how to integrate digital graphics with software and teaches students how to use breadth versus depth search algorithms. The project will make mazes out of a variety of lettering and shapes by tessellating small maze pieces together in an automated manner.