Two computer science alumni create project-based community Quaranteam to help peers gain developer skills
Projects and internships set computer science students apart from one another when applying for jobs. They provide real-world development experience to complement theory-based courses.
As the COVID-19 pandemic interrupts the plans of many computer science students and graduates to build skills through internships, two Arizona State University alumni have a solution: Quaranteam.
Dhantin Kumar and Kaan Aksoy, who both graduated in May with computer science degrees from the Ira A. Fulton Schools of Engineering at ASU, were inspired to help their peers who lost summer internships to take advantage of personal projects as an alternative to further develop their skills.