The Camosun Classroom Restaurant is a fully
operating restaurant that is open to the public as a
part of the Culinary Arts program. Located at
Camosun’s Interurban campus, students learn how
to operate a restaurant through real-world
experience, and are given the chance to apply what
they have learned in school. Currently, patrons
must phone in to make arrangements for
The project is to create an online booking process for the Camosun Classroom Restaurant. This process will provide an additional option for customers to reserve a table at a given date and time. The desire is to allow staff more time to focus on other areas, instead of needing to constantly monitor the phone. The restaurant needs to be able to manipulate the bookings to accommodate schedule changes, student size and customer cancellations or rescheduling.
Daniel Conrad is currently a Camosun student and enjoys developing on multiple different platforms. He hopes to be able to open his own indie gaming studio where he can manage a small group of talented people. He also enjoys creating personal projects to help him understand the technology out there. He is currently making his own website using react.
Jared McGuire is also a Camosun student at the moment, and holds a particular interest in Information Security, but also enjoys front-end development on occasion. After completing the Information and Computer systems program, he hopes to find a job as a Security Analyst to begin his career and would eventually like to become a penetration tester before possibly creating his own small security firm.
Team TeemO is grateful for this opportunity to create an online booking system. We give thanks to our sponsors at the Camosun Classroom Restaurant, and to our instructors at Camosun that help, support, and guide us in this project.