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Shenzhen Fall '19 Demo Day & Recap

On Friday, December 20th, over one hundred friends, family, and community members got together to celebrate the graduation of our 11 students from batch #338. This was Demo Day!

Shenzhen Fall '19 Demo Day & Recap
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On Friday, December 20th, over one hundred friends, family, and community members got together to celebrate the graduation of our 11 students from batch #338. This was Demo Day!

After 9-weeks, 42-days, and over 450-hours, our 11 students went from knowing close to nothing about coding, to becoming digital product developers.

During the last two weeks of their bootcamp, three teams created three products from scratch —  City Tales, Ligne, and Hundun Digest.

City Tales
City Tales is a WeChat Mini Program that provides solutions for travelers who like to explore niche destinations, and for locals who like to explore more of their surrounding area.

Ligne
Ligne is a web application that allows users to discover new international fashion brands and products.

Hundun Digest
Hundun is a web application that provides a quick summary of any article, so users don't have to waste time reading the whole thing.

Catch a full recap of Demo Day here!


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