Capstone Program


Launch Your Career

16 weeks

Instructor-led, Team-oriented

Full-time, Monday-Friday (45+ hours per week)

Launch School’s Capstone Program is an intensive process designed to give students who completed the Core Curriculum a career-launching job. It is an optional, admissions-based program that requires 16 weeks of full-time focus.

Capstone is modeled after a graduate school thesis - and its projects, graduates, and salaries are industry leading, rivaling those at top-tier universities. Please see Launch School’s Results & Outcomes page for average graduate salaries and duration to accepted offer.

Unlike Launch School’s Core Curriculum, Capstone transitions away from Mastery-Based Learning and applies mastered fundamentals to high-level concepts. We call this Just in Time Learning.


The Capstone tuition fee is calculated from our Income Sharing Agreement (ISA), which is 18% of your first year salary, or $18k (USD) - whichever is higher. While we do not foresee any upcoming changes, before you sign an ISA contract we reserve the right to change this figure at any time.

Launch School does not charge major upfront fees to join the Capstone Program. To participate in Capstone we require a small down payment, and the remaining bulk of the fee is paid off once you accept a job offer and start receiving pay checks.

Launch School’s ISA considers base salary only and excludes bonuses, raises or equity compensation. This allows us to offer the lowest cost ISA on the market with industry-leading results.

Capstone Curriculum

Disclaimer: The Capstone Curriculum is constantly being updated to reflect the industry’s demands. As Launch School’s Core Curriculum is the prerequisite for Capstone, there is usually a long duration – perhaps years – between now and your Capstone experience. We ask that you treat the following as a general guide, as things may have changed between your reading this page and when you participate in Capstone.

Capstone can be roughly divided into several major phases:

Data Structures & Algorithms

Since Capstone only serves Core graduates, we can jump straight into the types of exercises that top employers use in selective software engineering interviews. We don't cover everything there is to know about DS&A. Instead, we focus on the most common topics and exercises from hundreds of Capstone job interviews.

System Design

Here, students learn about system design concepts and how to scale a typical single-VPS instance to an n-tier infrastructure comprised of numerous servers. This is an entryway conversation into the world of distributed systems.

A major goal of Capstone is to ask Core graduates to shift their thinking beyond coding and into deployment and data. Students will ask themselves “What happens when you deploy your code and it meets data?”. The answer to this primary question depends on a multitude of variables. Students will spend time learning about why one might need to adjust these variables and the consequences of those adjustments. This is the primary distinction between programming and software engineering; the former deals only with code whereas the latter deals with code plus data in a deployed environment.

We will also have hands on exercises around setting up servers and building a service-to-service application.

Modern Full Stack & Project Ideation

The next phase is split between modern full stack and project ideation. Our modern full stack curriculum is designed to help graduates navigate the proliferation of modern frameworks. We begin with a hands-on exploration of common frontend architectural patterns and performance challenges. From there, we examine API design in production systems, and discuss the emerging impact of cloud and edge platforms on web rendering. The focus here is on forming strong mental models around frontend and API concerns, client and server-side rendering tradeoffs, and other exotic deployment permutations.

The ideation process also begins during this phase. This is a continuation on the topics around distributed systems and modern full stack deployment architectures and the problems they cause. Focusing on the problems is where students look for opportunities for solutions. Once the problem is deconstructed and understood, the project (aka solution) arises.

Capstone Project

Students will then spend a significant amount of time on the Capstone Project, which is modeled after a Master's thesis or a PhD dissertation. Each team is assigned a Capstone mentor (industry software engineer) who offers guidance alongside Capstone staff. Paramount to this process is taking a very engineering-centric approach, which means centering on the problem deconstruction and exploring tradeoffs between various solutions. The research project asks participants to dive deeply into a narrow problem domain. Every Capstone project is a unique research project, and the goal is to review all pertinent literature to become subject matter experts in that domain. While staff and mentors provide guidance, Capstone participants will base the project on their own personal work and research, producing unique solutions based on their analysis of the problem domain.

Career Search

After the 16 weeks of Capstone work, participants begin the Career Search. Launch School walks participants through a battle-tested job hunt process that includes resume review, tips and guidance, and assignment to a job hunt mentor. Importantly, this job hunt process shows you how to launch a career by walking through the front door. There are no tricks or secret referrals. You will simply go ask for money and ask for a chance to prove yourself. We'll guide you through a process that you can use over and over throughout your career.

Student Support

Capstone Mentors

Every Capstone team is assigned a working software engineer as a mentor, who provides an additional layer of support during Capstone. Mentors work at industry-leading companies and will meet with you and your team to provide mentorship and guidance on the problem domain your team is researching. All mentors are Capstone alumni, so they will draw on their own personal Capstone experiences to guide you on your Capstone journey.

Additional Support

In addition to project mentors, Capstone students also have access to the following student services throughout Capstone:

  • Dedicated Capstone staff
  • Capstone Alumni Q&A sessions
  • Industry Guest Speakers
  • Job Hunt mentors
  • Access to Capstone Alumni
  • We tweak every cohort with updates, so this list isn't comprehensive

In Capstone, we can go all-out to provide the absolute best support possible. The above list is just some things we do for every cohort, but we tweak and improve the experience with every cohort and you'll be getting the best Capstone to date.

Admission Requirements

Capstone's aim is to help you compete for top software engineering jobs. For this reason, we ask that you are also aligned with this goal and that you are able to meet the following requirements:

Performance Requirements

  • Complete Launch School’s Core Curriculum.
  • Perform well on a majority of the assessments with demonstrated excellence in technical proficiency and high work ethic.
  • All Core Curriculum assessments must have been completed within the last 18 months. An Assessment must be retaken if its completion is over 18 months.
  • Demonstrated professional and courteous interactions with students and staff at Launch School.
  • Be ready to learn full-time for the entire duration of Capstone, including some evenings and weekends. The time commitment for Capstone is a minimum of 45 to 60 hours/week, which includes the Career Search Phase. In its entirety, it could last 4-7+ months (or longer, depending on your job hunt duration).

Location Requirements

We would especially like to encourage US residents to apply to Capstone, however we have also worked with residents in other countries including Canada and UK. Please keep in mind that non-US residents’ results and outcomes will differ. See the Results & Outcomes page for more information.

If you are not a resident from one of the countries above but would still like to participate in Capstone, please see the FAQ section below.

Admission Rate

While the Capstone admission rate may vary over time, right now it remains quite high. Capstone admissions are determined by the number of people who finish Launch School’s Core Curriculum with high grades. As the Core Curriculum is a difficult program, those that finish with high grades are already considered to be job ready and are therefore qualified for Capstone.

That being said, there are several reasons why we may not be able to admit someone into Capstone, some of which include:

  • Performance during the Core Curriculum: Consistent underperformance in assessments will decrease a person’s chance of being admitted into Capstone.
  • Interpersonal skills: We have a strong preference for kind, generous, professional people that communicate well. On rare occasions, we have some students who are technically capable, but are not able to get along with our staff and other students.
  • Personal circumstances: Every student’s personal situation is treated on a case-by-case basis. If, for example, an applicant had major travel plans, such a situation would not be able to work during Capstone.


Is there a time limit to finishing Core?

No, not exactly. We've had Capstone participants finish Core in under 6 months to those who spent over 3 years. The main attributes we're looking for is readiness for Capstone, which includes technical mastery, strong communication ability, professional presence, empathy for others, and a readiness to perform. For example everything else being equal, we would rather admit someone who spent a long time in Core with excellent assessment feedback over someone who rushed through Core with mediocre to low performance. However, if the duration is very long, we might ask you to retake some assessments just to make sure the topics are fresh in your mind. So while there's no hard time limit, we need to be convinced that you are ready for Capstone.

When does each Capstone cohort start?

There are three Capstone cohorts throughout the year: Spring, Summer, and Fall. The spring cohort typically starts early January, summer in May, and the fall cohort in late August or early September. The cohort finalizes a couple of months before the official start date, so Capstone participants must finish the Core Curriculum at least 6-8 weeks before the cohort start date in order to complete the Capstone preparatory work.

Is it possible to work full-time or part-time during Capstone?

No, this would not be possible. The Capstone Program requires full-time attention. If you do have extra time, we would prefer that it is used to take a break and rest. When you join Capstone, you're very close to breaking through to a great engineering-centric job. Keeping a laser-focus on this goal will help make that happen within a few months. Having a low or medium-paying job, full-time or part-time could pose as a distraction from this goal.

What topics are taught or covered in the Capstone program?

Capstone will cover all relevant topics that top employers demand, including the following (not a comprehensive list):

Advanced algorithmic problem solving
Databases (nosql, rdbms) & Database Design
Full-stack Development and Frameworks
Cloud Infrastructure
Agile Team-based Development
Software Architecture & System Design
Distributed Systems
Service Oriented Architectures
What if I don’t reside in the US?

While we have a strong preference for US-based residents, we have made exceptions for Capstone participants from Canada, UK, Australia, China, and India. Exceptions heavily depend on your Core Curriculum performance. If you do well, there's a strong likelihood that we will make an exception for you in Capstone— no matter where you live.

That said, Capstone is synchronous and we expect people to be available approximately 8am - 5pm US Pacific time. This requirement can result in very odd hours over the 16 week period. The Capstone fee also remains the same (minimum fee of $18k USD). Non-US salaries are much lower than US software engineering salaries, so you must decide if it is worth your time and monetary investment.

Further, we have less graduate data to share so expected results can vary. We've had several Capstone graduates in Toronto and London, but have limited data for other cities. If you still choose to participate in Capstone, it is likely we will not be able to determine your post-Capstone salary.

Although we do not have concrete Capstone data for all countries, generally speaking Capstone graduates are able to get offers similar to that of good undergraduate CS programs in your locale.

What We Can't Do

  • We won't be able to work with US/Canadian residents who wish to travel the world or live elsewhere as companies are not going to accept that. Even remote roles have boundaries, especially when it comes to intellectual property issues.
  • We can't help with visa issues. You must only job hunt in the country in which you can legally work. For example, if you are not a US citizen, you cannot use Capstone to try to get a job in the US.
  • If you don't reside in the US, we can't target US companies with remote jobs. You must job hunt in the country where you can legally work and target local companies.
Do I need to participate in Capstone to get a job?

You probably do not need Capstone to get just any programming job, but it depends on a lot of factors - such as your location, prior work history, charisma, compensation demands, etc. However, the goal of the Capstone program is to maximize your time and energy to get the best job possible and kickstart your software engineering career. See this article on Avoiding the Career Transition Gap for some context about Capstone's goal.

How long is Capstone?

The scheduled Capstone coursework is 16 weeks. We also advise students to expect a 1-3+ month career search process after the coursework. The total Capstone duration is 5 to 7+ months. It could also take longer, so you do have to prepare for that.

How does Capstone differ from other bootcamps?

The Capstone Program is quite different from a lot of coding bootcamps in a number of ways:

Most coding bootcamps teach topics that are covered in the pre-requisites to Capstone. This allows Capstone to cover much more advanced concepts and partake in engineering-centric conversation. We require students to learn the fundamentals first before entering Capstone. In fact, it's not uncommon to see projects that Launch School students complete before entering Capstone to be at the same level of the final projects of some bootcamps. Thus the projects produced in Capstone go well beyond the projects found bootcamps in terms of complexity and depth.

Capstone is also modeled after a university-level Master's program, with intense discussions and research-oriented projects. Coding bootcamps on the other hand are modeled after traditional factory-style education and are built to mass produce high quantities of graduates as quickly as possible.

Lastly the goals are very different. Coding bootcamps aim to get people into their first programming job. Capstone's goal is to launch careers at the optimal roles possible. We do this by only admitting students who have mastered fundamentals. We then put them into an intense, intimate, and focused environment that pushes the boundaries of their capability. This type of program only makes sense for the most studious of students who have long-term ambitions of building long-lasting careers as Software Engineers.

Because of the difference in the students and in the topics covered and program goals, the salaries coming out of Capstone are significantly higher than the top bootcamps, and rival that of top universities.

How does Capstone Mentoring differ from the one-on-one mentoring in other programs?

In most one-on-one mentoring programs, you're assigned a mentor who will work with you one on one through fundamentals. While this is helpful, we believe that walking you through the fundamentals is not the best use of a mentor's time. This part of the learning phase we call “the plateau”, is often lengthy and circular, spreading out over months or years. Hiring a mentor could be a valid choice, however our pedagogy uses Mastery-based Learning through fundamentals prior to Capstone.

Effort and practice are more important while learning fundamentals than high-level guidance. Most other programs skip the fundamentals and have mentors work with you on projects too early. The knowledge gained through this process may not provide enough depth and instead can be tied to a language / framework. Our courses are staffed and supported by TAs, who help you get unstuck when you need it. We save instructor time until Capstone as that's where we believe the most impact can be made.

I’ve been self-learning for some time, can I skip your courses and jump directly into the Capstone Program?

No, it is not possible to skip courses. It is very important to have solid fundamentals before you start the Capstone program. We've been teaching people programming since 2012, and the number one mistake beginners make is attempting to learn more advanced topics without a solid understanding of the basics. Our curriculum is designed so that you'll have well-rounded skills when you finish, then if you want to take the Capstone program, you'll really fly. If you've been self-learning and feel you are ready, you may be able to go through our courses fast, and all you have to do to qualify for Capstone is excel in the assessments.

Can I pay the Capstone fee over time?

We will work with you on a payment schedule that fits your situation. For example, we can do payment plans up to 24 months and we won’t charge interest or any additional fees. For example, you could pay back a $18,000 Capstone fee with a $750/month payment for 24 months after you start collecting paychecks.

Once I get a job, how do you ensure I pay the remainder of my Capstone tuition fees?

To participate in Capstone, you'll need to sign a legally binding Income Sharing Agreement (ISA). Legal consequences aside, it is our hope after spending so much time with us and seeing the investment that we make in you, you will treat us fairly. If you're accepted into Capstone, that means we believe in you and are ready to put our trust in you.

Next Steps

For further inquiries regarding Capstone, please email
As Capstone is our finishing program to the Core Curriculum, please also take some time to read through our Core Curriculum Page.

Capstone Testimonials

Below are students who completed the Launch School Core Curriculum and graduated from the Capstone Program, which typically lasts from about 1-2+ years. Read their stories to get a feel for their Software Engineering journey and transformation.

"Completing Launch School's Core Curriculum and Capstone program was one of the best decisions I've made in my life."
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Stephanie Cunnane
"Launch School helped me switch careers and changed my life! After spending 1 year and 7 months going through the Core and Capstone program I am now making more than 3 times my previous salary while working completely from home with tons of flexibility."
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Adam Peterson
"Launch School's Core and Capstone programs are life-changing experiences. It's difficult to overstate how much they already have and will continue to improve my life for the rest of my working years. Everyone has that dream of making six figures but Launch School helped me achieve it."
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Austin Miller
"I'm 100% certain that absent Launch School I never would have gotten from there to here. Meaning a zombie GitHub account and no real knowledge or skill to a well-compensated engineer at exactly the type of company that an engineer wants to be at."
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Ryan Schaul
"Launch School is incredible. It's hard to overstate how effective it is at preparing you for a professional career as a software engineer."
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Will Lotherington
"I ended up accepting an offer in just under 6 weeks for a position I am overjoyed with making a previously unbelievable-to-me salary and having technical conversations daily that would've sounded like gibberish to me a year ago. I will never stop talking about LS to anyone who will listen!!"
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Sheila Babadi
"I unfortunately found the options for my specific field of study limited so I've spent the past 15 years of my professional life in a series of stable but largely unfulfilling jobs. Because of Launch School I am now in a field that truly interests me and I'm on an income trajectory that will allow me to give back. provide a stable base for my family and accomplish many of the things that make life enjoyable to me."
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Armando Mota
"I had never seen a line of code in my life before Launch School but the job I got out of the process came with an outrageously high salary (especially for Arizona) and I got the job in under two months after hitting the job market. Capstone was key to get the results I got but I think Core was where the magic happened."
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Juan Palma
"I decided to enroll in Capstone because I wanted to take on a larger engineering project. I ended up getting a job as an SDE II with a great salary and I wouldn't hesitate to recommend Launch School to anyone interested in software development as a career. It has been truly life changing."
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Dorey Miller
"For the past two years I've been singing Launch School's praises as a coding school. I knew I was learning valuable skills but I had to trust the process and hope that my efforts would eventually pay off. Now that they have I can recommend Launch School as a life-changing opportunity."
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Ben Zelinski
"Finding Launch School has been life changing. I got an amazing six-figure job offer that was above and beyond what I ever dreamed was possible."
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Cody Stair
"In my job hunt which lasted exactly two weeks there was never an interview that I walked into where I wasn't confident. This confidence and drive instilled in me by Launch School allowed me to go to multiple interviews succeed in various interview formats and join a company that I love as a senior engineer."
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Gabriel De Almeida
"Capstone has helped me secure and perform strongly on a Level 2 Software Engineer role with no prior experience."
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Kelvin Wong
"I can't speak highly enough of the support of both the staff and student community fostered at Launch School. Those who commit to the Launch School path will find themselves surrounded by dedicated and encouraging fellow students and staff who will then comprise a strong network of top-notch Software Engineers."
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Melissa Manousos
"Even after accepting a lead instructor position with a notable bootcamp I was unsatisfied with my career trajectory. It was only once I joined Capstone that I saw the true power of "just-in-time" learning. I refined my understanding of higher level concepts designed and built an amazing project with a distributed team and landed an engineering role with a world-class organization led by a legendary tech entrepreneur."
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Derick Gross
"I had a mountain of student loan debt that I'd taken on to get an undergraduate and then graduate degree and knew I'd never be able to pay off. I completed the core curriculum and joined Capstone which then got me a six-figure salary as a Software Engineer within 4 weeks of starting the job hunt."
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Wendy Kuhn
"I didn't just want a job I wanted a rewarding career where I could meaningfully contribute and grow for years to come. With the baseline knowledge and habits established in the core curriculum and the intensity of the Capstone program I feel well prepared to stay relevant across an ever-changing industry."
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William Mills
"I had been working for ten years in a different industry and was ready for a career change. I was at the point where I needed something beyond self-study to prepare me for a career as a developer. Luckily I found Launch School."
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Jason Overby
"It's hard to overestimate the role Launch School's Capstone and the Core Curriculum programs played in me getting my first full time tech job. My first full time tech job far exceeded my expectations in terms of salary and seniority level."
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Daniel Rote
"I believe that the Capstone program gave me the rare opportunity to get serious mentorship and team experience that would have taken years to receive on the job."
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Jacob Coker-Dukowitz
"Experts always return to fundamentals because they are the foundation on which everything else is built. Launch School's core program embodies this principle by emphasizing mastery of fundamentals through purposeful individual study."
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Sienna Wood
"I would not hesitate to say that Launch School was the most well-structured and effective learning experience I've ever had the pleasure of participating in."
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Nick Miller
"I eventually landed an offer with DigitialOcean - which is beyond my imagination!"
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Ying Chyi Gooi
"Anyone who aspires to push themselves to be the best that they can be should consider Capstone. Capstone really is a fantastic career-launching step."
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Josh Nelson
"The core curriculum provides a solid platform and jumping off point to go learn almost anything you could want to in programming"
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Max Appleton
"Within two weeks of sending out my first application I was getting contacted so often that I had to start turning away opportunities for interviews. I had the freedom to choose where I would work and I ended up accepting an incredible offer for a Software Engineer II position from a tech startup in Manhattan."
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Tannr Allard
"I never thought I'd be making 6 figures in my twenties but I just landed my number 1 choice company and in a mid-level Software Engineering role just two weeks after completing Capstone."
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Steven Shen
"And the end result? I've landed my dream job at DigitalOcean as a Software Engineer II for the Network Services team skipping an entry level role and working on projects & technologies that I thought out of my reach just 2 years ago. And more than doubling my salary from my previous job!"
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Julius Zerwick
"Your ultimate goal should be to get one of the top jobs out there. And trust me the Launch School team and their curriculum are more than capable of helping you to achieve that."
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Konstantin Minevskiy
"Was it all worth it in the end? Without a doubt my answer is a resounding yes! After 10 weeks on the job hunt I accepted an offer for a position where I'll be making more than $100k/year."
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Tiffany Han
"Within 10 weeks of my first application I had accepted a large salary and a small bonus at a company whose mission I was genuinely excited about."
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Elise Olivares
"From the first glance it was apparent that Launch School had been founded by industry veterans. I have never encountered a curriculum more in-depth and rigorous"
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Sunny Beatteay
"I often thought about making a career change into software development but it wasn't until I found Launch School that I felt confident that I could make that ambition a reality."
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Walid Wahed
"Had it not been for Launch School and Capstone I would still be working a dead-end job with no real ambitions. Now that I am on the hiring side I would not hesitate to hire Capstone graduates from Launch School especially from personal experience that Capstone is the real deal."
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Timmy Lee
"Capstone - If I could sum it up in one phrase it'd be this: you will blow yourself away. Your foundational investment will payoff as you build something truly awesome."
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Lukas Nimmo
"I was able to join a company in a new domain with a new tech stack because Launch School doesn't focus on the hot topic of the day but the more important underlying ideas and concepts."
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Michael Mentele
"I can say with confidence that there is simply no better way to launch a career in software engineering than with Launch School."
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Tyler Guillen
"Thanks to Launch School's guidance philosophy curriculum and Capstone Program I am now a Software Engineer working a job in NYC and earning well over $100k/year."
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Antoine LeClercq
"I have not once regretted my decision to join Launch School and its Capstone program."
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Vincent DeVendra
"The fact of the matter is that I simply would not have been provided the top quality job opportunity that I ultimately accepted if it wasn't for the process that we followed and the mentoring that we were given."
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Perry Carbone
The Capstone program played a vital role in bridging the gap between academic knowledge and practical skills. Having been employed as a software engineer for the past year, I realize the program was akin to an introduction to the realities of a software engineering job. Engaging in tangible projects and producing concrete results, I not only developed technical expertise but also gained confidence.
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Jacob deVarennes

Capstone Projects

As part of the Capstone Program, students organize into teams to work on a Capstone Project. Below are some of the engineering projects that have come out of Capstone.


Fjord is an open-source framework that allows end users to receive Kafka streaming data in real-time.

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Retrospect is an observability tool that allows you to record back-end activity in an easily searchable manner replacing the process of pinging servers and searching logs.

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Tapestry is an open source orchestration framework for the deployment of user entity data pipelines.

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Guardrail is an open source tool that generates regression tests for microservices using captured HTTP traffic.

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Pioneer is a self-hosted feature flag management tool which lets users manage the rollout of new features in a deployed application.

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Pilot is an open-source multi-cloud framework that provisions an internal PaaS with a workflow-agnostic build deploy and release pipeline.

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Gander is an open-source solution for deploying isolated ephemeral apps based on your pull requests.

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Tacklebox is an open-source serverless framework that offers webhooks as a service.

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Jolt is a lightweight open-source framework that builds and deploys JAMstack applications with serverless functions.

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Ekko is an open-source framework allowing developers to easily add realtime infrastructure and in-transit message processing to web applications.

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Dendro is an open-source serverless monitoring framework for small distributed applications.

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Beekeeper is an open-source Backend as a Service (BaaS) built to handle traffic from one-off events. It is an NPM package that creates a CLI tool to spin up AWS services which make up a virtual waiting room.

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Haven is an open-source developer tool for managing your application secrets. Built using Node.js and Amazon Web Services it is easy to set up and integrate with your Node applications. It protects your secrets through encryption access control and injection at runtime.

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Stagehand is a drop-in solution that provides review apps for modern frontend applications. Using AWS GitHub Actions and some Stagehand client-side code we set-up deploy manage and teardown review apps for your frontend application.

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Campion is a free open-source tool to help protect your site or service from dependency failure. It is an edge-based circuit breaking middleware that utilizes an automatic fail fast mechanism when a dependency is down.

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Satellite is an open-source GraphQL backend-as-a-service (BaaS). It lets teams easily deploy and manage GraphQL backends for web applications.

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River is a drop-in real-time service for web applications. It provides an easy-to-deploy and ready-to-scale solution for existing applications with real-time needs.

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Maestro is an open-source easy-to-use framework for deploying serverless workflows using Node.js and AWS Step Functions. Using Maestro aids development not only in the initial phase of a project but throughout the ongoing maintenance as well.

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Jade is a framework that makes it simple to deploy and maintain JAMstack applications. Jade abstracts away the time and complexity of provisioning services and writing backend code related to the underlying infrastructure so developers can focus on building their applications.

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A blazing fast serverless video transcoding pipeline that can be easily deployed to Amazon Web Services (AWS)

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API proxy for logging and controlling traffic between microservices.

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An open-source Backend-as-a-Service (BaaS) that exposes an API for common backend functionality like database persistence and user authentication.

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An open-source framework for deploying and managing stream processing pipelines using Kafka for users who want to set up a streaming pipeline with minimal hassle.

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An open source Heroku-like and self-hosted platform as a service built with a multi-tenant architecture using Docker and Docker Swarm.

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A web-native computational notebook designed for sharing executable code alongside stylized notes. Supports multiple-languages webhooks and API calls.

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A centralized logging management framework that allows for easy setup configuration and deployment using Kafka and InfluxDB

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A progressive web application (PWA) compliant offline-first database for web-based mobile-first applications

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An open source easy-to-use data pipeline orchestration and monitoring framework for small applications that deploys to the GCP (Google Cloud Platform)

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A serverless framework for consuming webhooks at scale that deploys on AWS (Amazon Web Services)

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An open-source browser-based REPL for Ruby JavaScript and Python that enables real-time collaboration between users.

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An easy-to-deploy event capturing framework built with NodeJS Apache Kafka TimescaleDB and PipelineDB

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A serverless framework that makes it quick and easy to get small applications up and running using Node.js and AWS

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An open-source real-time collaborative text editor for the browser built from scratch in JavaScript

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A decentralized (p2p) cloud storage system built atop Kademlia DHT that enforces data integrity privacy and availability through proofs of retrievability redundancy and encryption with cryptocurrency-based incentive scheme

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A JavaScript framework and in-browser database adapter for building offline-first collaborative web apps

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Monsoon is an open-source, serverless framework for running browser-based load tests in the cloud.

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