Bucketeer is an online application that lets you record and track things that are on your bucketlist. Bucketeer allows you to view the aspirations and achievements of your friends while also congratulating you for completing goals of your own.
Bucketeer was created during RIT's 2015 BrickHack by the team "The Bricks that Hacked." You can view the source code for Bucketeer.me here on Github. The Bricks that Hacked is comprised of:
Corban Mailloux is a fourth year Software Engineering major at RIT originally from Greenfield, MA. Corban will be interning at Mobius Works over the summer, and he has playing with the Massachusetts Symphony Orchestra on his bucket list.
Adam McCarthy is a fourth year Software Engineering major at RIT originally from Ogdensburg, NY. Adam is an intern at Datto for the fall, and he has committing to the Linux kernel, seeing Daft Punk in concert, and writing a paper with Paul Erdös on his bucket list.
Val Booth is a fourth year Computer Science major at RIT originally from Tonawanda, NY. Val will be interning at Hudl over the summer, and she has seeing Paul McCartney live, travelling to Italy, and reading every Stephen King novel on her bucket list.
Zach Friss is a fourth year Computer Science major at RIT originally from Rocky Point, NY. Zach will be interning at HubSpot over the summer, and he has scoring 10 goals per lacrosse game on his bucket list.