Welcome to Hyperion's Developer Day!

Thank you for joining us as we celebrate the graduation of our Hyperion cohort! We’re so proud of all that they have achieved over the last 5 months. Since beginning their journeys into web development on May 26th, they’ve gained hands-on experience in HTML, CSS, JavaScript, Java, Test-Driven Development, MySQL, and Spring. They put all of these skills to use to develop their capstone project – a full-stack web application that you’ll get to see today. As you watch, you can also learn more about each grad by clicking their name to visit their Alumni Portal profile.

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CounterTop is a full-stack Java application, created using Spring Boot, that allows users to register an account, create and post recipes, leave comments on recipes, and search through recipes uploaded by other users as well as recipes from the Spoonacular API.

Operation Co-Op

Operation Co-Op is a full-stack social application for gamers who want to branch out and meet new people to play their favorite games with. It was built using HTML/CSS, Javascript, Bootstrap, Java, Springboot, and MySQL, along with the IGDB and File stack API.

TryIt Diet

TryIt Diet is a platform to promote health by making it easier to learn more about different diets to not only battle obesity, but COVID-19. This full-stack web application allows users to share tailored healthy recipes with each other and inspire others to stay healthy.


HELP is a full-stack Java application for planning and organizing an emergency response plan for a single household or family group. HELP allows the user to register a personal or group account, create and view posts, upload documents, and create checklists and maps. HELP utilizes the Mapbox API and Filestack API, is implemented on the MySQL database, Spring Boot Security, and Thymeleaf, incorporates CSS and Bootstrap styling, and includes Javascript, JQuery, Json, and AJAX.