Summer Camp: How to build a website like an engineer

 

10 Last but not least: show case

Time flies. The Summer Camp has reached its end this year. Hope you've got some progress after you followed the newsletters and created your own web pages.

There are more topics that have been defined in the Kickstarter project and they are remained open for discussion. If you have any working progress and results, please go ahead to share with us. We will really appreciate your participation.

If you didn't have time to catch up with every newsletter on the mailing list. Don't worry, now they are all available on BingoBo's blog site for your to reference. Please let us know if you'd like to dig into more topics introduced in the above project, and I'll be happy to give out answers in detail.

Last but not least, it's our great pleasure to show off the latest work from one of our members on the mailing list, who is a Computer Science student from UC Berkeley. On top of HTML5/CSS3/JavaScript, he also utilized the jQuery library and algorithms to make the Super Tic-Tac-Toe fun for people to play. It's a little tricky, though. Try it and find out.

Let me know if you have any questions.