Category: Summer Internship Hackathon


Growth Hacking at Agileana by Sydney Miller

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Hi everyone- Today at the Agileana Summer Internship Hackathon, I got a few quick tasks out of the way this morning like making a Google Slides template for our Friday retrospective and working on my 7 C’s of SEO blogging. I have to say that my favorite part of the day is writing and formatting my blog … Continued

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Summer Hackathon Day 9 & 10

Summer Hackathon Day 9 & 10

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Monday’s at the hackathon are always lively as everyone inQbates (ha) ideas over the weekend and then aims to shoot for excellence throughout the week. This past Friday on the Traction team we had showcased our Key Performance Indicators with the team to show them the pace at which the word was getting out. This … Continued

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Friday at the Summer Internship Hackathon

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Hi there! Today at Agileana, I started writing a blog on the Seven C’s of SEO. We need to blog on guest blogging websites in order to get back links and get people talking about SEO Quotient I am planning to reach out to guest blogs on Tuesday and ask them if I can post … Continued

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More Work on the SEO Formulas

More Work on the SEO Formulas

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Day Nine: On Friday, we talked a lot more about good ideas we could add to improve our SEO algorithm for SEOQ. A lot of good stuff came from that conversation, during which Blake shared some of his revelations about search engine optimization that he found when he was surfing the web on his iPad … Continued

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Sprint Two: Invites

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Day 9 was the end of sprint two! When I walked in this morning I noticed that we had pushed items around on the kanban board! We pushed profiles (both personal and community) from testing to done and we had pushed browsing communities from development to testing to done! The creation of communities was also in … Continued


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Django Invitations and Email Sending

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Hello! Today, we came face-to-face with another monster, similar to last sprint’s ordeal with custom email verification. While Claire and Jenny wrapped up the image uploading, John and I began researching different ways to implement community invitations, from a separate form page to enter email addresses to a pop-up modal form. After lunch, we rotated … Continued

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Custom Page Building using Django and Tenants

        Filed under: Agile development, Summer Internship Hackathon

Hello! Today, we started standing up the communities, the focus of this week’s sprint. Right away, we hit several roadblocks involving the database permissions and new tenant-schemas changes, but with Andres’ help, we fixed the errors and continued. For the majority of the day, I worked on creating the form to generate the community as … Continued

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Sprint Two: Pictures, Profiles and Communities

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Day 8 of the summer hackathon internship marked the halfway point on sprint two for the Baylistic coding team. I got in early intending on working on image cropping only to realize during the daily standup that it was not a part of the definition of done for the user story. So I went back to polishing … Continued

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Summer Hackathon Day 8 by Farhan Farooqui

        Filed under: Agile development, Summer Internship Hackathon

Being absent for the past 2 days due to Eid celebrations with my family, I have spent most of today catching up on the good work that my colleagues have done. The philosophy of “Move fast and break things” is very much followed here. As with any product, no matter how good the service provided … Continued

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Summer Internship Hackathon Day 8 by Jessie Shen

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Today, Kunal and I started to work on the front-end css and html for how the SEOQ report would be generated and how it would look. We consulted with Jenny and Michael to discuss layouts, graphics, and colors. I’m excited about how the graphics are going to look (we’re going with a fishbowl-theme right now) … Continued

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Summer Internship Hackathon Traction Update

Summer Internship Hackathon Traction Update

        Filed under: Search Engine Optimization, Summer Internship Hackathon

Hi there! Today at the Summer Internship Hackathon we had another quick meeting with Blake this morning to catch Farhan up with everything. I’m glad he’s back! We split the list of emails and blog websites up between the four of us to divide and conquer, with Blake taking the second connections on LinkedIn so he … Continued

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Day 7 at the Summer Internship Hackathon

Day 7 at the Summer Internship Hackathon

        Filed under: Search Engine Optimization, Summer Internship Hackathon

Hi everyone!   Today at the Summer Internship Hackathon, Blake, Justin and I started off the morning with a meeting to make sure the Traction team was going in the right direction. We decided on a plan to reach out to SEO pros by email and LinkedIn messages. We also decided on a “growth hacking” … Continued

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Day 7: An Algorithm for SEOQ

Day 7: An Algorithm for SEOQ

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Day 7 consisted of breaking down how the algorithm for the new SEOQ would work. There are many different variables that Google uses in order to determine the rankings of pages for each search. For example, the keyword phrases that appear in a URL, Page Title or Heading, all affect how good of a score … Continued

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