Learning swiftly: My hackathon onboarding project

“Commit Engineering Partner Sarah Mattar discusses her approach to learning Swift and creating a Slack app.”

Docker is in the details: My hackathon onboarding project

“Fábio Miranda is a Commit Engineer who specializes in developing Web Applications and sees beauty in designing systems and making sophisticated requirements and technologies evolve into simple solutions and unique user experiences. He enjoys spending time with family playing video games, watching movies, and traveling.”

Finding my way: My hackathon onboarding project

Commit Engineering Partner Anh Nguyen discusses his approach to building a tool to enhance the connections between the Commit community.

Making the data pipeline easier: My hackathon onboarding project

“The overall concept of the application is simple. There will be different modules or plug-ins that connect to one another to create a data pipeline.”

Machine Learning Ops With FastAPI and Celery

Commit Engineer Kingsley Torlowei shows how he built a configurable machine learning pipeline with FastAPI, Celery and Redis.

Grinding it out: My hackathon onboarding project

Commit Engineer, Xavier del Castillo, discusses his approach to building Irontemple, a workout app.

A supportive neural network: My Hackathon Onboarding Project

Speed and simplicity: My Commit hackathon onboarding project

I wanted to create a simple, blazing-fast “Notion-lite” that would let you make easily shareable notes and collaborate in real time, with no account required. Of course, the experience also had to be seamless between web and mobile. Thus, Sharenotes was born.

How my Commit hackathon onboarding project found me

For some, it would be a dream come true: for almost a whole week, you get to work on any project you like. You pick the tech, you choose the APIs, you define the requirements. Build whatever you want…

Building a winner: My hackathon onboarding project

I chose React and Node.js for the tech stack because of their popularity with startups and my unfamiliarity with them. My background is in procedural programming, so the architecture of Node, with its asynchronous event loop, is new to me. But I was eager to dive in and learn. This tech stack seemed ideal for an app in which data is pushed to the client as the server retrieves and parses it.