Dine the Distance is a web application that takes the zip location locations between two points (you and a friend), a restaurant cuisine, and delivers restaurant recommendations at a neutral midpoint location.
Using NoSQL to Power Student Developer Projects with MongoDB
How MongoDB and Bit Project Are Collaborating to Make NoSQL Database Technologies More Accessible Than Ever to Students
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The Face Mask Detection where it uses facial and object recognition to accurately distinguish those with or without masks.
Upskilling Humanities Students with Data Science Fundamentals
Join our student community in a week full of game dev, design, workshops, and fun!
The Primary Education team's fast response to the pandemic's impact on K-5th grade education
SMS reminder for Amazon Products that alerts user when price rises above or falls below a discount threshold.
TimeToEat is a web application that gives you daily reminders for you to start or stop eating at specific times of the day through SMS messages.
If you or someone you know participated in this year's AP Collegeboard Exams, you probably recognize the stress of submitting handwritten work within a small time constraint.
Bit Heroes provided high school students with the chance to explore the tech industry and learn directly from Bit Project mentors and Microsoft engineers.
This project is a music player built in React using Typescript and SASS. The application features a library allowing users to select which song they would like to play and also includes play, pause, skip, and seek functionality.
Bit Project and Dr. Pewu from CSUF collaborated to create a curriculum that not only taught humanities topics through a digital lens, but valuable data science concepts too.
Exploring historical questions and challenging them using a digital lens