New Beginnings, New Challenges – Day Class Batch 7 Capstone Project 1

The first batch of students for the day class in TUITT’s new GEMPC classroom just recently completed their first capstone project. The project aims to test out the skills of these aspiring developers for front-end development. It would require time and effort from the students to develop a webpage that reflects their passion and showcase their skills as well.


The requirements and specifications made by the instructors would serve as a baseline for the skillset they need to have developed during this part of the course. The students’ projects would be rated based on the following:

Content – the clarity of message and purpose, as well as the organization of ideas and flow of content

Design – is how intuitive the user interface and how smooth the user experience would be.

Source code organization – ensuring source code is readable, with proper documentation and comments, as well as organization of files for the website

Responsive Web Design – the website should be responsive to the different screen sizes and orientations

And without further ado, here are the capstone projects!


Inventions Inc.

A site that deals with creating inventions based on ideas and designs of other people. – Carlo


NINETIES is a 6-page nostalgia-inducing gallery which showcases music, films, TV shows, fashion, and various designs from the ‘90s era. The website delivers its visuals through a Parallax Scrolling effect. – Jango


The DeBauchery website allows customers to browse through the shop’s various meats and other products. It’s inspired by a classic design which, due to its timeless feel, supposedly doesn’t go out of style. Potential customers or regular patrons alike could explore and read about descriptions of each kind of meat as well as get an overall feel of the whole shop and its guarantees. – Louie

Galna Bakery

Galna Bakery is modern bakery website that you can enjoy browsing. The website has a friendly navigator above and you can enjoy the design of the website while scrolling. – Kristal

The Book Café

Book Cafe is a place where book lovers can have a cup of coffee while reading a book. – Angela

FR Smart Home

A specialized store for incorporating programming into residential homes. – Ramir

All Time Low


A  self-made fan site for the band “All Time Low”  – Ira


A site for movie fanatics to check out latest and upcoming movies of the year. – KV


A website for a hypothetical enterprise that offers travel to Paris or language lessons to Students –


A clean and consumer-friendly website for ISPs. – Lance

Osushi Handbook

Osushi Handbook is a website for people who do not know Japanese authentic “Sushi”. The webpage visitors will be able to get interested in Sushi. Also this website encourages them to try it in Japan. – Nanaho

League Fire

League Fire is a website designed to increase your game knowledge and give you more information about League of Legends. – Rodney

Review Spot

Review Spot is a website designed to help viewers to know if a movie or a show is good to watch. – Jessica

Reets Treats

Reet’s Treats Food and lifestyle blog. Contains dessert recipes and DIY home improvement. – Rita

The Legends

The Legends is a fictional band that was created with the discussion among me and my musician friends as to who they will have as members in their dream superband, with aspects such as chemistry, individual talents, musical styles, etc all considered. I came up with Dave Grohl, Jimi Hendrix, Flea and Chris Cornell. The website is clean, bold, and upfront– pretty much the music that these four would have created. – Chino


You just discovered Nys! Discover and experience nice things together with me in this world and learn to appreciate God’s gifts to us. Anyone looking for new inspirations through visual stimulation can check this site and hopefully enjoy browsing the photos. – Nyssa


Cavite’s proximity from Metro Manila makes it a favorite weekend destination among travelers as well as for those who are looking for a quick getaway from Manila. Enjoy some of them through Caviterrific! – Andrew


Sandbox is a website for a [non-existent] learning center, The Sandbox, offering IT-related and fun workshops for kids and teens. The Sandbox is every children’s playground to start learning web development (in a fun and enjoyable way) as early as 6 years of age. As the saying goes, “Start ‘em young…”. – Earl


Enroll now at the Knox International Technological Institute – Patrick

Yes Davao!

Your ultimate travel guide to Davao. Flights, hotels, tour packages and a whole lot more. – Dec

ManilART | Curating the City

MANILArt is an arts and humanities website which aims to promote the history and culture of Manila. Let’s make museums great again! – Jim


A digital travel magazine focused on simplifying the way we discover and experience new places, starting first with Japan. – Miguel

Surprise Travel

Surprise Travel is an innovative way of travelling without you having to worry about planning for it. – Justine


An online shoe retail website; buy the left shoe, get the right one free! – Russel

The Ridleys

A website that promotes the band “The Ridleys”. Come and enjoy some tunes from our band. – Jan



Information about the youth organization DeMolay – Enzo


A travel blog cataloging adventures, and some guides on how to make travels cheaper with booking flights. – Nell

tl;dr gameRules

Interactive summary for board game rules – Richard`


Company website for car dealership training – Gibo


This is a simulated website for the company of Bagaholic and Manila Watch Emporium. – Ian

Creative Nav

Website where you can buy a customized logo and website for your business. – Cian

Crested Resort

It’s the website of our resort, Crested Resort. Check it out! Book and enjoy the beauty of Laiya, San Juan, Batangas. – Val


The current batch of students has created wonderful projects that are able to set the bar for front-end development even higher. The instructors are proud of what the students have produced and have seen huge improvements on their skill sets. The students should be proud of their own work and of the effort they’ve given to create these projects.

Living Up With The Expectations: Batch 6 Day Class Capstone Project 2


The Tuitt Coding Bootcamp batch six (6) of day class is now done codecrafting their second capstone projects. These set of projects shows the time and effort that the campers invested to produce such quality of results. It was really not an easy challenge to develop an e-commerce application given a time constraint of two (2) weeks and doing the core features end-to-end — from front-end to back-end — of the development cycle but the campers were able to deliver.

Project Requirements and Specifications


For the capstone project two, the campers were required to create the following prior to the development phase of the web application:

  • Documentation of discovery and ideation
  • An ERD (Entity Relationship Diagram) of the database design
  • Sketches and mock-ups of core product features

Core Requirements

The capstone project two (2) of this current batch must have the following core product features:

  • Authentication and authorization
  • Registration
  • Landing page
  • Catalog page of items
  • Profile page of user
  • Admin control panel
  • Database connection to MySQL
  • CRUD for items
  • CRUD for users
  • Checkout
  • Order Verification
  • Items Sorting
  • Items Cart
  • Project Documentation
  • Order and Transaction History

The percentage of the total rating is comprised of twenty-percent (20%) from the front-end development and eighty-percent (80%) from back-end development.

Capstone Projects


BFPC, Created by Rommel

BFPC is a cooperative that is composed of farmers. They are dealers of different agricultural products needed by the farmers. This eCommerce website was built to sell the products of cooperative online.”

— Rommel

Crown Hotel

Crown Hotel, Created by Kris

“Crown Hotel is a five star hotel that gives you quality and the perfect scenic view of the city while giving you a hassle free reservation thru our online reservation with SMS notification and email verification.”

— Kris


BagPack, Created by Patrick

A backpack eCommerce site that offers a variety of bags from popular brands. A BagPack for your every need.

— Patrick

Ready Jetset Go

Ready Jetset Go, Created by Teeds

Ready Jetset Go! We are making sure that booking your getaway is ready and hassle free. Everything is set, so you can simply mix and match the best travel package for you.”

— Teeds

RLC Shop

RLC Shop, Created by Astro

RLC Shop: For all your Resistor, Inductor and Capacitor electronic component needs. Let’s circu-it!”

— Astro


Calzolaio, Created by Paulo

Calzolaio is a small business that sells bespoke shoes for the modern gentleman. The website provides prospective clients easy access to various shoe designs and gives them the ability to track their purchases.”

— Paulo

Time Station

Time Station, Created by Don

An eCommerce website that provides high-quality premium watches ranging from casual, smart and luxury.”

— Dro


LNSHOP, Created by JC

One of my hobbies is reading Light Novels. This e-Commerce website is built due to this aforementioned hobby.”

— JC


MLJM Shop, Created by Mark

“An eCommerce website that offers different kinds of designer brands for men and women.”

— Mark


Pinoyware, Created by Dro

“One stop shop for all your PC gaming needs. We sell high end gaming desktops, laptops, and accessories.”

— Dro

Simple Reading

Simple Reading, Created by Chester

“The website is made and is inspired by the favorite books I have read. Simplereading lets you check on the books made by the authors.”

— Chester

Manila Outdoors

Manila Outdoors, Created by John Ray

An outdoor eCommerce website that sells high quality hiking and outdoor gears from top brands.”

— John Ray

The Good Life Crew

The Good Life Crew, Created by Raniel

“The Good Life Crew Manila is a streetwear clothing line established in 2015. This e-Commerce website was built to provide a much faster transaction and to let the users have a visibility on the variety of streetwear that the TGLC has to offer.”

— Raniel

Android Shop

Android Shop, Created by Kevin Jordan

“This eCommerce website is made/built for those people who loves or looking for android powered devices.”

— Kevin Jordan


Auto.PH, Created by Kevin

“Shop or sell your car at A website concept for car buyers and sellers with Their Search made easy.”

— Kevin

Comex Online

Comex Online, Created by Arjo

Comex Online is made for comics enthusiasts and those that are yet starting their journey in the Superhero Universe. This gives them early access to new releases and they can even  select from digital to printed copies for purchases.”

— Arjo


Fantastika, Created by Lovely

“This website was built to sell women clothing online. It also provides different categories that customer can choose from.”

— Lovely


Phonemoto, Created by Ricky

“Phonemoto is an e-commerce website that offers the latest smartphones from all the major brands and provides an easy to use sorting feature that lists smartphones that best match the customer’s preferences.”

— Ricky


Tanglaw, Created by Emil

“Tanglaw is a website that sells variety of household lights.”

— Emil


Boxed Up, Created by Jen

“BoxedUp is a methodical web application intended to deliver the cost-effective way of showcasing the customer’s personal brand through customized packaging; coming from draft to purchase to pick up.”

— Jen

Bluefire Gaming

Bluefire Gaming, Created by Dennis

“BlueFire Gaming is a website made for the sole purpose of delivering the most powerful hardware and accessories to dedicated PC gamers. Dealing in high-end computers, the website is designed to convey its goal and purpose through futuristic visuals and styling.”

— Dennis

Design Fusion

Design Fusion, Created by Pen

“DesignFusion is a simple Furniture Website that offers high quality and eco-friendly furnitures. And also I create this website in order to help my Auntie’s furniture shop which is also called DesignFusion.”

— Pen


Another set of awesome capstone two (2) projects from this amazing bunch of people were created but they are not done yet. Laravel is another learning wall that they need to learn and overcome to build another set of capstone three (3) projects for their respective web developer portfolios.

Having the creativity and confidence in their pockets to be able to codecraft those projects can be considered an accomplishment already, but not for these batch. These guys kept on pushing the boundaries of the coding bootcamp to create these cool software products by utilizing open source and web technologies that is beyond the coverage of the bootcamp’s curriculum.

One more project to be created and then we are done. Good job guys!

Setting The Bar A Notch Higher: Batch 6 Day Class Capstone Project 1


The sixth iteration of the day class session of the Tuitt Coding Bootcamp just recently completed their first capstone project. Usually, the first capstone project is the easy project to be completed out of the three capstone projects. But still, it will require time and effort of the campers not just to comply with the requirements but to be able to create something that they will be proud of.

Minimum Requirements and Specifications

The bootcamp instructors created a reference for the minimum requirements and specifications for this project that the campers should be able to meet. This reference serves as the basis of the skills set acquired by the campers in front-end development, and the rating they will have out of the project they have made.

For front-end web development of the capstone projects, the following main aspects were rated accordingly:


Content is the clarity of message and purpose,  the absence of incomplete pages, and organization of ideas and information.


Design is the intuitiveness and user-friendliness of the interface, clever synergies of visual elements, decent color harmonies, and efficient use of space.

Source Code Quality

Source code quality is about the maintainability of the codebase, limiting the length and complexity of the code units, keeping the codebase small, having appropriate comments, having no unnecessary white spaces and new lines, having file and folder organization, and having proper format for folders and filenames.

Mobile-First and Responsive Web Design
Mobile-First Design

Mobile-first design is a web design methodology that creates an emphasis on the usability of the website or web app for a mobile device as if it was a desktop version.

Responsive Web Design

Responsive-web design is another web design methodology that focuses on the responsiveness of the website or web app to the device screen sizes and orientation.

Capstone Projects

The Originals

The Originals, Created by Rommel

The Originals a TV series blog site. This website is made by fans for fans of The Originals.

— Rommel


SpoonFork, Created by Kris

A website that caters you a full menu of the restaurant and the best dishes that it offers.

— Kris

JPL’s Pizza

JPL’s Pizza, Created by Patrick

JPL’s Pizza – A clean, efficient website that aims to bring a pizza place its own online presence.

— Patrick

Angono: The Artist’s Home

Angono: The Artist’s Home, Created by Teeds

ANGONO | The Artist’s home. A place too familiar. It wasn’t until I moved and transferred that I appreciated my hometown. This website is a brief primer/ introduction about Angono, its history and four of its renowned artists.

— Teeds

Shut Up Legs

Shut Up Legs, Created by Astro

ShutUpLegs is your first reference point about cycling. This site will help you decide how to choose a cycling sports according to your personality type.

— Astro

Underground Football

Underground Football, Created by Paulo

A concept website for Underground Football. The website offers information for football enthusiasts about the club’s services and provides a way to contact the organizer to reserve slots for events.

— Paulo


iValue, Created by Don

iValue is a static ecommerce website that distributes top of the line gadgets ranging from cellphones, tablets and computers.

— Don


Tokyo, Created by JC

Sample website created from my different HTML/CSS experiments.

— JC

Rabbit Travels

Rabbit Travels, Created by Mark

Travel the world with Rabbit. A travel blog site that will give you a brief preview of different places based on Rabbit’s experiences.

— Mark


SEED, Created by Sean

SEED | Social Enterprise for Economic Development -It is a fundraising website for farmers where anyone can see current project proposals from SEED delegates and donate to help make the plan to actuality.

— Sean

Purrfect Cafe

Purrfect Cafe, Created by Dro

A place where you can enjoy a cup of coffee and the company of friendly felines.

— Dro

Muzika Pinoy

Muzika Pinoy, Created by Chester

The capstone 1 is inspired by the developers passion for music. Basically, it features activities of the band and help promotes aspiring individual to showcase their talent.

— Chester

Pinto Art Museum

Pinto Art Museum, Created by John Ray

Pinto Art Museum website that shows all the gallery of museum that is full of modern and contemporary art.

— John Ray


VUSH.Studio, Created by Ishii

VUSH.Studio is an independent multi-disciplinary design studio fighting visual diseases and curing with design. We help brands grow, shift and evolve, creating unique digital experiences through brand identity, brand strategy, website design and website development.

— Ishii

All About Coffee

All About Coffee, Created by Raniel

The website is made to provide information about the different types of coffee and where coffee originated. This also provide information on how to properly prepare a coffee. The site also contain links to different coffee bloggers.

— Raniel


Festivals, Created by Kevin Jordan

This website is made to provide guides and information for the travelers of some of the popular festivals in the Philippines.

— Kevin Jordan


NavEssentials, Created by Kevin

A product page for NavEssentials – navigation calculator for seafarers.

— Kevin

L|R Designs and Printing

L | R Designs and Printing, Created by Lovely

L | R Designs and Printing Services, static website created using HTML, CSS and Bootstrap for responsiveness.  The idea of this website is to offer printing and design services to users.

— Lovely


BikeMOTO, Created by Ricky

A website that gives information and provides an easy to use platform for bike sharing.

— Ricky

Body Recomposition

Body Recomposition, Created by Emil Carlo

A static website that offers fitness services for fitness enthusiasts and those who wanted to undergo lifestyle changes.”

— Emil Carlo

Rediscover Pangasinan: The Heartland of the Philippines

Pangasinan: The Heartland of the Philippines, Created by EJ

Rediscover Pangasinan – Heartland of the Philippines”. This website highlights the most beautiful places and restaurants of Pangasinan inspired by my parents hometown. If you are looking for a place to have fun and spend your weekend in the North of Philippines PANGASINAN is a must!

— EJ

The Juen

The Juen, Created by Jen

THE JUEN | Simple portfolio website for anyone who wants to have an awesome website. Specializes in website and web app design & development.

— Jen


ArchSteel, Created by Dennis

Archsteel ID. A simple website for a fictional interior design company that takes aim at showcasing some of the company’s works and services.

— Dennis

Ignis Priori

Ignis Priori, Created by Vince

IGNIS PRIORI ” A Star Wars inspired site wherein one can join the First Order in order to bring peace to the galaxy. Do you have what it takes?

— Vince

Mang Gym

Mang Gym, Created by Pen

Mang Gym”. A simple Fitness website that will help you achieve the body you are hoping for. Do it now or you will regret it for the rest of your life.

— Pen

Food 4 You

Food 4 You, Created by Arjo

Food4You was inspired by my passion for cooking, specifically Italian dishes. It is a restaurant website designed to give access to customers with table reservation prior to dining and create their favorite Italian dishes based from our original recipes.

— Arjo

In Closing

The current day class batch created amazing projects that are setting a new benchmark for the output of first capstone projects by the campers. The bootcamp trainers were happy knowing that the campers were able to code craft  their projects that are above and beyond the minimum requirements.

The time and effort invested by the campers to develop these projects are worth complimenting about.

Good job guys!

Tuitt Officially Welcomes Its Second Location

A look at Tuitt’s ribbon cutting ceremonies for the new GEMPC training lab


“We want to give more people a chance to learn and help improve their lives.” – Mr. Tomohisa Kato, Founder

After transferring to a new office last year, Tuitt has officially opened the doors to its second location in Metro Manila. Similar to its first location, the training lab in the GEMPC building maintains the company’s core concept, with a clean, traditional yet modern, innovative approach.

Large LED screens and their own workstations await campers.

The lab showcases a minimalist feel with lots of exposed wood throughout the interior which gives off the feeling of Zen. It is also Tuitt’s biggest training lab, yet. Mr. Alan Beraquit, the GEMPC lab’s project leader, worked tirelessly for 4 months just to make sure everything was ready come opening day.

The growing Tuitt family which has tripled in size since opening its doors in 2016

“Along with the expansion, we grow as a company. Not only with the number of students, but, we are happy that we were able to find competent individuals to handle this expansion with us,”  said Ms. Mary Shemuel Unida, Tuitt’s CEO/Founder. For Tuitt founder Mr. Tomohisa Kato, a second training lab can only mean that we can welcome more aspiring individuals into the Tuitt family.

Mr. Alan Beraquit – Project Leader / Academic Program Coordinator

After the ribbon cutting ceremonies, a feast awaited the attendees. Food. Lots of it. We have the HR team to thank for that. Everything was spot on. From the scrumptious food to the blue and silver balloons, everything seemed to complement each other. The rest of the afternoon was given to the attendees to catch up and mingle with one another.

Food. Lots of it.

Everyone was excited to eat!

Mr. Tom enjoying a laugh with one of our consultants, Ms. Carmela Anne Umali.

Thanks to everyone who went to the opening! We really appreciate the support!

HR team + some VIP photo bombers

Tech + Marketing Team

Tuitt Bootcamp Instructors

It’s never a party without a group selfie

That’s it for number 2. See you soon!

Amazing Is The Night: Batch 3 Night Class Capstone Project 1


Before the year 2017 ended, the 3rd batch of our night owl campers completed their first capstone project – a mobile-first, responsive, and live web site/app.

The group came from different industries and most of them are working professionals. Several of them go to work after the training. It was not an easy feat. Working on a web site/app project for four (4) hours takes so much mental and physical energy especially if you have a full time job. Now, that is really challenging!

Minimum Requirements and Specifications

The initial phase of the boot camp requires the campers to conceive a project that they are passionate about. First, they start with documentation and identification of the owner and audience of the project, then they craft the sketch and the wireframes. Lastly, they convert everything to codes – using JavaScript animations.

At least four (4) pages should be created and hyperlinked. Applying the principles of responsive web design and fundamentals of good UI (User Interface)/UX (User Experience) to the project. CSS (Cascading Style Sheets) frameworks are not really required at the moment.

Upon completion of the beta version of the project which was consequently deployed to the Internet — via the means taught to them early on in the bootcamp, that is using GitHub, GitLab, Heroku, etc. — the campers should be able to present it to the bootcamp instructors and the class.

Two projects are created during the Front-End Development track of the boot camp: one for the capstone project and another for the web developer portfolio. At the end of the training, portfolios will contain three (3) projects created during the 6-month intensive web development boot camp.

For the front-end web development part of the capstone project, the following main aspects were rated accordingly:


Content is the clarity of message and purpose,  the absence of incomplete pages, and organization of ideas and information.


Design is the intuitiveness and user-friendliness of the interface, clever synergies of visual elements, decent color harmonies, and efficient use of space.

Source Code Quality

Source code quality is about the maintainability of the codebase, limiting the length and complexity of the code units, keeping the codebase small, having appropriate comments, having no unnecessary white-spaces and newlines, having file and folder organization, and having proper format for folders and filenames.

Mobile-First and Responsive Web Design
Mobile-First Design

Mobile-first design is a web design methodology that create an emphasis on the usability of the website or web app for a mobile device as if it was a desktop version.

Responsive Web Design

Responsive-web design is another web design methodology that focuses on the responsiveness of the website or web app to the device screen sizes and orientation.

Capstone Projects

Built Cycles

Built Cycles, Created by Erwin

Built Cycles is a bike shop inside the metro, that provides services and needs to all kinds of cycling discipline, from fixed gear bikes and other competitive cycling to adventure cycling and bike touring. I chose this project because cycling is my passion, and I use my bike as a mode of transportation everyday and anywhere I need to go, whether within the city or to the mountains or just anywhere! It is a different feeling whenever I ride my bike to different environment. I want to share this kind of lifestyle to everyone for them to at least experience what it feels to ride a bike and encourage them to try cycling.

— Erwin

Base Builds

Base Builds, Created by Joseph

Base Bahay is a non-profit organization that enables a network of partners to provide comfortable, affordable, resilient and eco-friendly houses with social impact for the poor. This website enlists Base’s projects, tells beneficiaries’ and partners’ stories and updates its stakeholders with relevant news. It also offers its readers the opportunity to support Base’s cause.

— Joseph

Computer School

Computer School, Created by Rellie

Computer School is an educational website about computers. The website teaches about windows command line, history and programming on C++. It also has additional page on book reviews. I decided to choose this project because I was inspired by Khan academy on its mission of free education. If possible, in the future, I want to develop and extend its scope to other subjects.

— Rellie


Band Up, Created by Kevin

For this capstone project I created a landing site for the social network BandUP. The goal of the site is to create a community for Filipino musicians where they can collaborate and discuss ideas, organize meetup or make the process of forming or joining a band much easier.

— Kevin

Southeast Asia

Southeast Asia, Created by Kat

Southeast Asia is one of the most colonized regions in the world, but despite this, its own culture still thrives. I wanted to showcase the diversity of each country in the region while also creating a mini repository/blog of these places. I plan on using this site as a mini-blog for when I eventually visit all countries.

— Kat


Rigma, Created by Mars

Rigma (from word “mandirigma”) is a unique social media website created for people who have goals. Its a community of goal getter and aims to motivate users by curating a feed of posts from users that they’re following, communities they joined and accountability groups they are enlisted to. It also tracks their posts on a weekly/monthly/quarterly scale (depending on user preference) and generates a summary of their activities on the site to help motivate users. Rigma stands by its opening line on the landing page- You don’t have to do things alone. Find your support network with fellow goal getters here.”

— Mars


Explore Poblacion, Created by Kim

Poblacion, Makati is one of the top spots in the metro when it comes to their art and culture. This website caters to people whose interest is to explore new places to chill, hang out and eat. This is a simple guide where you can find most of the hidden gems of Poblacion.

— Kim

Josie’s Delicacies

Josie’s Delicacies, Created by Emman

Josie’s Delicacies is a simple fully responsive website for a local business which sells homemade delicacies and desserts. Having a website for small businesses like this isn’t a norm in our country yet. I thought that it would be a good idea, once live, to give the business online presence for the purpose of generating more product orders/sales.

— Emman

iNurse SP

iNurse SP, Created by Jeremy

The objective of iNurseSP’s (Informatics Nurses Society of the Philippines) website is to encourage the nursing practitioners to become part of the premier organization in Nursing Informatics in the Philippines. It demonstrates the step-by-step guide on how to become a member and shows the different working groups where they could participate. In addition, the website contains the latest news and updates in health informatics.

— Jeremy

Kelly’s Garden

Kelly’s Garden, Created by Dan P.

Kelly’s Garden is an e-commerce website that sells different kinds of cactuses and succulents for enthusiasts who like collecting plants, mainly cactus and/or succulents, or just common people who have interest on having their very first plant. The site also accept large amount of orders that are usually used in giveaways for weddings, birthdays and the likes.

— Dan P.

Weekend Drifter

Weekend Drifter, Created by Sermil

Weekend Drifter is a travel blog / informational website about great hiking destinations within the Philippines.

— Sermil

OverBreak Guild

OverBreak Guild, Created by Adrian

Someone once told me “If you want to do something, do something you love to do”. From a non-IT background, I have created this project to showcase and highlight everything I have learned so far in this bootcamp. It is a fan site/guild website for a mobile video game that I play online with my friends.

— Adrian


Phi | RAD, Created by Red

Phi | RAD is a website with the purpose of bridging Radar Meteorology to the Philippine community. It showcases blogs, radar data processing tutorials, and news regarding the advancement of weather radar in the country. It also promotes the use of Python, an open source computer language, that lets radar enthusiasts, students, and experts engage for further development and research collaboration in Radar meteorology.

— Red

The Wedding Project

The Wedding Project, Created by Betty

Being the resident pseudo-wedding planner of family and friends, I witnessed how the most gentle brides (and sometimes, grooms) turn into monster bridezillas. Who can blame them though? The pressure to plan your perfect day can get a little overwhelming especially when you don’t know where to start. Soon, you’ll find yourself just a couple of months away from your big day with no supplier booked, guest list doubled and budget out of control. I’ve created this website in the hope of bringing back the fun in wedding planning. From the most basic requirements to the little details that will make your big day truly special, here’s everything you need to achieve your dream wedding.

— Betty

Maximus Prime

Maximus Prime, Created by Chellie

MAXIMUS PRIME is a website that offers photo, video and digital services.

With so many choices to choose from, I decided to create a starter project website that caters one field of my interest which is photography. Booking an event made easy with this website. It showcase the photographers portfolio, package and services being offered.

— Chellie


PhotoHub, Created by Mike

“To cater my skills & capabilities to the viewer as an aspiring developer.

— Mike

KYN (Know Your North)

Know Your North, Created by Onof

As a passionate traveler, I wanted to share the beauty of Northern Luzon provinces not only the tourist spots but also the locales’ distinctive spirit, character and culture. The website contains a description of the region and provinces of Northern Luzon, mode of transportation regarding how to get there, accommodation and tourist spots.

— Onof

The Millennial FUNK

The Millenial Funk, Created by Jean

The Millennial Funk is an independent soul news and reviews website compiled for anyone who really cares about jazz and funk music, all of its emotions and the passions made by the favorite soul artists in the late 60’s and 70’s.

— Jean


Monologist, Created by Des

Monologist website is where you can find different types of books and poems, it is not for the book lovers only but to engage other people in reading. In this site you can have an update for best-selling book and it is the best website for the young writer who wants to pursue being author, you can write your own book and poems.

— Des

VSOM (Vacay State of Mind)

Vacay State of Mind, Created by Ann

Like most people my age, I am constantly wanting to travel. I wanted to create a travel resource blog that I can later build on to become a unique travel agency that can arrange highly individualized custom-fit itineraries for busy people. There is nothing I love more than scoring great deals and nothing I hate more than missing out on promos. Pretty sure I’ll be happy to do it for other like-minded travelers in a future business venture.

— Ann

Sip It Cafe

Sip It Cafe, Created by Dan

Sip It Cafe is a website for a small business cafe, it contains various menu of what food and coffee it serve. The website contains details of the  cafe , latest event, news, blogs. I choose this website because I dream of having the said business someday.

— Dan

The FlowerShop

The FlowerShop, Created by Arjay

The FlowerShop project is an online store that sells different types of flowers that were specially handcrafted, meticulously emulated flowers which are made only out of paper. This project was created to serve as a platform for the buyer to inquire and buy the products online and at the same time, for the seller to market her products in the most convenient way.

— Arjay

Project ACE

Project ACE, Created by James


The ‘ACE’ in Project ACE stands for activations, creatives, and events — three new services that my colleagues at work were trying to offer. I thought that it would be a good exercise to create some sort of online brochure about this new offering.

— James

Drink or Fly

Drink or Fly, Created by Jane

Drink or Fly. A pathetic excuse to drink and travel. An interactive blog where you can find how hard a bar can give you a hangover or how exhausted you’ll be when you travel. This blog is created to give audience an idea on where to drink or where to travel, rating a place on how hard one can get a hungover or jet lagged, what these places can offer and how long will it take to get there.

— Jane

The Dark Knight Philippines

The Dark Knight Philippines, Created by Lee

TDKPHThe Dark Knight Philippines is the premier Batman group in the country. It is a non-profit organization aimed to bridge the gap between fandom– comics, toys, statues, movies, TV shows, animated series, and collectibles. It is a shared community of enthusiasts, that actively participates in building knowledge on Batman and other related characters through original articles, news, reviews, discussion threads, cosplay events and artists promotions. From a non- IT background and as a fan of the bat, I would like to start my capstone 1 with something that I love and would do it for free for the client.

— Lee

In Closing

This third iteration of the night class are breaking some boundaries considering the capstone projects they have created, and most likely they will carry this momentum to the back-end development track of the coding bootcamp.

The bootcamp facilitated a refresher course in JavaScript programming last January 2018. The challenging part of this coding bootcamp has already started.

Good job guys!

2017 Year-end Party

2017 has been a great year for Tuitt. This year, we transferred to a bigger, new home which enabled us to accommodate more bootcampers. We also grew in number when new members joined our family.

As 2017 comes to a close and before most of us go on vacation, we celebrated the year that was with a 90s-themed party.

Prepared by our very own HR Team

We started the celebration with a message from Boss Tom.

Followed by different games to liven up everybody

Too much kulitan and tawanan is energy-draining though. So after a while, we yearned for food. But before that, a short message from Sir Ali (one of our directors), and presentations from Kath (our UI/UX designer), Wel (our Marketing staff), and Paul (our Accountant). We were so engrossed in watching them perform that we weren’t able to snap photos of their presentations.

And finally, good food to re-energize us for the next half of the program, which includes Guess the Song Title, a game prepared by Rigel (one of our HR staff).

Next is awarding of Fun Awards to especially chosen staff.

Then the exchanging of gifts

And lastly, to formally close the program, is a message from Shem-san.

From all of us here at Tuitt, we wish you a happy and prosperous 2018!!!

The Reunion: Second Tuitt Mixer

Tokens are all ready to be given away for the Tuitt alumni who will win the games.

After the graduation program, an event was held at Fresh Press, just a floor below Tuitt’s Caswyn training center. This allowed the new set of alumni and the Tuitt family to immediately build their new network to the IT landscape.

The event created a venue to gather into one roof the bootcamp’s alumni and enable them to create a connection with one another, with like-minded people — career-shifters and web developers.

The need for connection and community is primal, as fundamental as the need for air, water, and food.

— Dean Ornish

Stream of Images

As with the first Tuitt Mixer, alumni were asked to register.

Am I in or out?

Our visionary boss was happy to deliver his opening remarks and welcome all alumni who showed up for the event.

Sir Tom (Director/Founder) getting ready for his Opening remarks.

The recent graduates were not shy to showcase their talents.

Batch 5 day class represent.

The batch immediately preceding our recent graduates did not let themselves be shadowed. Our Batch 4 graduates were game to jam as well.

What are we really doing here in front?

Our Third Day batch has their representatives attending as well.

Guess who we are looking at.

The mentor and the mentees.

We are also glad that our First Night Class graduates were here again as in our first Tuitt mixer.

We are not prepared for this shot. Really.

Okay, now what?

What are we talking about again?

We are not listening. Okay.

Gangsta paradise.

It seems that only the Batch 2 of both our Day Class and Night Class missed the event. However, we are still looking forward to them showing up in the next Tuitt mixers.

The A-Team of Tuitt.

Our staff also showcased their talents and interacted with all of our alumni who are present. It was indeed a merry event where network-building has never been more fun. See you again next time!

It Takes Two to Tango: Tuitt Coding Bootcamp and freeCodeCamp.Manila Meetup

The Partnership

freeCodeCamp.Manila at Tuitt Coding Bootcamp headquarters.

The audacious goal of Tuitt Coding Bootcamp is to help career-shifters fulfill their dreams of becoming a professional web developer.  The bootcamp is always looking for passionate individuals to provide them the opportunity and venue to learn how to learn and validate their skills to become self-sufficient web developers.

Big things have small beginnings.

— Anonymous

Meanwhile, there is an existing community of self-taught, self-driven career-shifters dedicated enough to take the risk of doing the transition using an online platform for full-stack web development, namely And they do have a local group here in Metro Manila — the freeCodeCamp.Manila.

Having an aligned mindset towards learning and education using the available open source technologies, the two parties — Tuitt Coding Bootcamp and freeCodeCamp.Manila — came up with an agreement to conduct a meetup of like-minded people or career-shifting web developers. The venue was hosted by the former and the event was prepared by the latter.

The Event

Miss Angeli (Web Developer) getting ready for the meetup.

Attendees who signed-up for the event.

The awesome welcome message.

First thing in the morning, we gathered some information from the attendees and directed them to the lab room to settle down and get comfortable before the event.

Getting to Know

Rem (JavaScript Developer/Community Leader) kicking-off the ritual to get to know the attendees — new ones and regulars.

The freeCodeCamp.Manila community integrates this “getting to know” section in every meetup that they hold in order to break the ice among the attendees and create an environment of openness towards each other.

Each and every attendee is given an ample amount of time to take the center stage and introduce themselves to the community. This allows the community to know the background of the attendees and create an alignment with the group.

Developer’s Stories

The master hacker of the day — Joselie, JavaScript Developer (Independent)/Community Leader.

A legitimate career-shifter, Joselie spearheaded the main event of the meetup — the grouphack event. He is an independent JavaScript developer right now and at the same time a dedicated community leader of the freeCodeCamp.Manila community. And he loves teaching.

Let’s get it on!

The attendees got ready for the whole-day event by introducing themselves to the community members who attended the meetup at Tuitt Coding Bootcamp’s headquarters at Timog Avenue, Quezon City.

The GroupHack Event

Server-side rendering in practice.

The grouphack application — made with JavaScript, React, Node/Express — for that meetup was created by Joselie, who invested roughly one-week of his spare time in making this CRUD (create, retrieve, update, delete) demo application for the community free-of-charge.

Big-ass display of codes.

The attendees never tried creating a web app using the stack of technologies presented here on the grouphack but together they were able to make the app work and completed the CRUD (create, retrieve, update, delete) functionalities.

This Is Just The Start

Appreciating the small blessings of life.

The Tuitt Coding Bootcamp provided the freeCodeCamp.Manila community a humble free lunch, on top of sponsoring the venue. It was well appreciated by the group because this is the first time that a meetup host gave them something, aside from programming, to share together.

“If I cannot do great things, I can do small things in a great way.”

― Jodi Picoult, Small Great Things

This meetup was regarded as one of the many successful meetups held this year by the community. This is not the only connection already established by both parties. freeCodeCamp.Manila community gives back to Tuitt Coding bootcamp by providing some guidance and some insights to the bootcampers, who where planning to do a career-shift themselves, through keynote speeches. Two of the community leaders — Philip and Rem — already shared their success and failures before landing a web developer career.

This is the last meetup scheduled by the community for the year 2017. For the new year just around the corner, the bond created will be strengthened by additional partnerships to host more events that will benefit freeCodeCamp, Tuitt Coding Bootcamp, career-shifters, and aspiring web developers.

Join us in the next meetups in 2018!

The Culmination: Batch 5 Day Class Graduation

Rest if you will but never ever get tired of reaching for your dreams.

The Graduation

The graduation program background version

After the long and hard twelve weeks of pushing pixels left and right, centering containers vertically and/or horizontally, solving new problems, deciphering bugs, creating efficient algorithms, and implementing product features, suddenly it was all over and the fifth batch of day class session is now part of Tuitt’s growing family of awesome alumni.

Rem (guest speaker) providing astounding insights about having a good fail-more-and-fast mindset to achieve your goals.

The Guest Speakers

Rem (Guest Speaker) giving his advice to the campers.

Two amazing practitioner’s of the web development craft, Marlon and Rem, gave their presence and time that day to provide the graduating campers of Tuitt Coding Bootcamp Batch Five (5) Day Class some indispensable and timely insights about the huge ocean of opportunities out there for software and web development.

Rem (JavaScript Developer/Guest Speaker) with Miss Shem(CEO/Founder) and Miss Melai (Consultant).

Rem is the Senior Lead JavaScript Developer of Piggy, LLC — a US-based Internet company. He is one of the most active community leader of freeCodeCamp.Manila — a community of career-shifters to web development. He is a legitimate career-shifter himself because he is a licensed Electrical Engineer and he worked for one of the leading electric distributors here in the country for a decade before becoming a professional developer.

Marlon (guest speaker) inspiring the campers through his experiences as a career-shifter.

Marlon is an alumni of Tuitt Coding Bootcamp from the Batch Three (3) Day Class and the top performer of that particular class. He had some applications programming experience from his previous job working with mainframe computers as his platform. He made the transition himself to web development upon realizing that his platform of choice was really the web.

Marlon (Tuitt Alumni/Guest Speaker) with Miss Shem(CEO/Founder) and Miss Melai (Consultant).

Another alumni who has been one of our guest speakers in the past showed up and we are more than happy to give him recognition as well. Edmon is one of the pioneer batch of bootcampers and the top of his class. He was immediately hired after graduating from Tuitt and continuously gives pride to Tuitt through the positive feedback of his employer, FFUF.

Edmon (Tuitt Alumni/Past Guest Speaker) with Miss Shem (Founder/CEO) and Miss Melai (Consultant).

The Graduates

Here is the list of campers who successfully completed the 12-week intensive full-stack web development bootcamp:

Bernard with Miss Shem (CEO/Founder) , Sir Alan (Academic Administrator/Instructor), and Sir Billy (Instructor, Front-End Development Track)

Jhun with Miss Shem(CEO/Founder), Sir Alan (Academic Administrator/Instructor), and Sir Billy (Instructor, Front-End Development Track)

Emerson with Miss Shem (CEO/Founder), Sir Alan (Academic Administrator/Instructor), and Sir Billy (Instructor, Front-End Development Track)

Mart with Miss Shem(CEO/Founder), Sir Alan (Academic Administrator/Instructor), and Sir Billy (Instructor, Front-End Development Track)

Ed with Miss Shem(CEO/Founder), Sir Alan (Academic Administrator/Instructor), and Sir Billy (Instructor, Front-End Development Track)

Dom with Miss Shem(CEO/Founder), Sir Alan (Academic Administrator/Instructor), and Sir Billy (Instructor, Front-End Development Track)

Francis with Miss Shem(CEO/Founder), Sir Alan (Academic Administrator/Instructor), and Sir Billy (Instructor, Front-End Development Track)

Jennifer (Third Top Performer, Batch 5 Day Class) with Miss Shem(CEO/Founder), Sir Alan (Academic Administrator/Instructor), and Sir Billy (Instructor, Front-End Development Track)

Lester (Second Top Performer, Batch 5 Day Class) with Miss Shem(CEO/Founder), Sir Alan (Academic Administrator), and Sir Billy (Instructor, Front-End Development Track)

Julie with Miss Shem(CEO/Founder), Sir Alan (Academic Administrator), and Sir Billy (Instructor, Front-End Development Track)

Ken with Miss Shem(CEO/Founder), Sir Alan (Academic Administrator/Instructor), and Sir Billy (Instructor, Fron-End Development Track)

Edwin with Miss Shem(CEO/Founder), Sir Alan (Academic Administrator/Instructor), and Sir Billy (Instructor, Front-End Development Track)

Jeremiah with Miss Shem(CEO/Founder), Sir Alan (Academic Administrator/Instructor), and Sir Billy (Instructor, Front-End Development Track)

Florentino with Miss Shem(CEO/Founder), Sir Alan (Academic Administrator/Instructor), and Sir Billy (Instructor, Front-End Development Track)

Mon with Miss Shem(CEO/Founder), Sir Alan (Academic Administrator), and Sir Billy (Instructor, Front-End Development Track)

John Kenneth with Miss Shem(CEO/Founder), Sir Alan (Academic Administrator/Instructor), and Sir Billy (Instructor, Front-End Development Track)

Jhories with Miss Shem(CEO/Founder), Sir Alan (Academic Administrator), and Sir Billy (Instructor, Front-End Development Track)

DJ (Top Performer, Batch 5 Day Class) with Miss Shem(CEO/Founder), Sir Alan (Academic Administrator/Instructor), and Sir Billy (Instructor, Front-End Development Track)

Yuji with Miss Shem(CEO/Founder),Sir Billy (Instructor, Front-End Development Track), and Sir Alan (Academic Administrator/Instructor)

Charles with Miss Shem(CEO/Founder),Sir Billy (Instructor, Front-End Development Track), and Sir Alan (Academic Administrator/Instructor)

Paulo with Miss Shem (CEO/Founder),Sir Billy (Instructor, Front-End Development Track), and Sir Alan (Academic Administrator/Instructor)

Christopher with Miss Shem(CEO/Founder), Sir Billy (Instructor, Front-End Development Track), and Sir Alan (Academic Administrator/Instructor)

Kennet Sze with Miss Shem(CEO/Founder), Sir Billy (Instructor, Front-End Development Track), and Sir Alan (Academic Administrator/Instructor)

Daniel with Miss Shem(CEO/Founder), Sir Billy (Instructor, Front-End Development Track), and Sir Alan (Academic Administrator/Instructor)

Jonathan with Miss Shem(CEO/Founder), Sir Alan (Academic Administrator/Instructor), and Sir Billy (Instructor, Front-End Development Track)

John Paul with Miss Shem(CEO/Founder), Sir Alan (Academic Administrator/Instructor), and Sir Billy (Instructor, Front-End Development Track)

Braile with Miss Shem(CEO/Founder), Sir Alan (Academic Administrator/Instructor), and Sir Billy (Instructor, Front-End Development Track).

And now go, and make interesting mistakes, make amazing mistakes, make glorious and fantastic mistakes. Break rules. Leave the world more interesting for your being here.

— Neil Gaiman

Wishing You All Good Luck

The whole family of the Tuitt Coding Bootcamp is truly grateful for the time and trust you’ve invested into the bootcamp. The entire team is delighted to have met all of you. You are all now part of the amazing company history of Tuitt in creating a dent in this world through an alternative technology education startup.

Campers of Batch Five (5) Day Class with Miss Rigel (HR Recruitment Officer) and Sir Billy (Instructor, Front-End Development Track).

It wasn’t really an easy road they have taken but it was all worth it. Wishing you all good luck on your next challenge — landing a new web developer career.

The process of finding a new web developer job coming from a non-IT degree or work experience will not be handed to you on a silver platter, you need to go out there, find it, and then take it.

Thank you Batch Five (5) Day Class, we really appreciate you all!

It’s Simple But Never Easy: Batch 5 Day Class Capstone Project 3


The fifth batch of the day class of the Tuitt Coding Bootcamp presented their third capstone project on the 15th of November 2017, three days before their last day on the twelve-week full stack web development bootcamp.

These projects were critical enough to determine who will pass the bootcamp and attend the culmination program plus the second Tuitt mixer – a special event allowing the coding bootcamp alumni to socialize and create a network of like-minded-people, career-shifters, and web developers.

This is the pioneer batch occupying the thirty seats of Tuitt’s Caswyn building training center. They started with that number but only the dedicated and the determined-enough will receive their certificates of completion.

Minimum Requirements

To quantify the performance and skillset acquired by the campers whole throughout the process, the instructors created this baseline of their projects created.

Front-End Development

Half of the total rating of this project will come from the front-end side.

All of the technologies learnt by the campers crafting their capstone project 1 will be needed here such HTML, CSS, JavaScript, Bootstrap (or other CSS frameworks), jQuery, fundamentals of web design, ideation and discovery.

Back-End Development

The other half of the total rating will come from the backend side.

It will require the campers to create their web applications using the Laravel framework – an amazing full-stack framework crafted for PHP web developers.

The CRUD (Create, Retrieve, Update, and Delete) functionality learned from the second capstone project should be implemented here as well, excluding the user authentication and authorization – these functionalities and several more can be made and customized efficiently using Laravel.

Projects Line-Up


Wewil, Created by Mon


BookApp, Created by Christopher


Amistad, Created by Edwin


Journalator, Created by Mart

Pearl Drv

Pearl Drv, Created by Jhun


Hygge, Created by DJ

My Postcard

My Postcard, Created by John Paul


Median, Created by Lester


Ememe, Created by Emerson


PurpleKnapp, Created by Julie


Scheduler, Created by Braile


CSPIII, Created by Jhories

Dog Talk

Dog Talk, Created by Daniel


CityHoops, Created by Charles


9Laughs, Created by Dominic


MordeBlog, Created by Francis


Litrato, Created by Hannah


MyPC, Created by Bernard


Noob@LOL, Created by Kenneth Sze

Hyper Mega Gunpla Blog

Hyper Mega Gunpla Blog, Created by John Kenneth

Balitangina, Created by Florentino

The Hotel

The Hotel, Created by Ed

Travel Philippines

Travel Philippines, Created by Paulo


Kainta-Yo, Created by Jeremiah


Likha, Created by Jennifer

Mentor PH

Mentor PH, Created by Ken

What Comes Next

“Difficulties strengthen the mind, as labor does the body.”

— Lucius Annaeus Seneca

Doing full-time work of pushing pixels horizontally and vertically with three projects and a web developer portfolio as your external validation is just the start of our campers’ amazing and challenging life as IT professionals. Their next and ultimate goal is to land a web developer job and to help the industry in creating cool software products that matters.

Congratulations batch five day class!