Connect IT student team for “Sallon Arber”

We want to introduce to you another student-team from Connect IT programme.

Drini Demushi, Edison Ponari, Megi Nako, Xhoel Bano and Zenel Hila are 3rd year students of Computer Engineering, at Epoka University. Since December 2021, they have been working on a digital solution for a well-known barbershop in Tirana, “Sallon Arber”.

During this time, the students have built an appointment booking and management system. They have created this web application from scratch, using various technologies such as Php, JavaScript, CSS, Html, Bootstrap, MySQL.

Are you as curious as us about the results of their work?

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