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✏️ Test-Driven Development with C# Independent Project

Independent Projects Overview

Welcome to your first C# independent project! Project prompts will be available on Epicenter at 8:00 am Friday for both full-time and part-time students. Before you begin your project, make sure to take a moment to review the Independent Projects and Code Reviews lesson.

Test-Driven Development with C# Project Objectives

Your code will be reviewed for the following objectives:

  • Code includes two custom classes and uses namespaces.
  • Console application works correctly.
  • Application correctly uses auto-implemented properties.
  • Classes should include methods for determining the price of an order.
  • Models are thoroughly tested.
  • Project is in a polished, portfolio-quality state.
  • The prompt’s required functionality and baseline project requirements are in place by the deadline.

What is a polished, portfolio-quality state?

When a project is both polished and in a portfolio-quality state, this means:

  • You've reviewed your project and your README prior to submitting it to make sure there are no errors or missing information and you are consistent in your indentation, spacing, and code structure.
  • You are following the best practices and coding conventions we teach.

What are the baseline project requirements?

All independent coding projects at Epicodus have these baseline requirements:

  • A complete and informative README.
  • The project's commit history demonstrates that the project’s required work schedule and hours have been met:
    • 8 hours completed on Friday is required for full-time students.
    • 4 hours completed over the weekend is required for part-time students.
  • Completion of the project based on the prompt and objectives. The prompt contains details on the project's theme and features that are not always detailed in the objective. Carefully read through the prompt towards the end of your work session to make sure that you are not missing anything.

Previous Objectives

  • Logic is easy to understand.
  • Variable names are clear and descriptive.
  • A well-formatted README with a description of the program, setup instructions, a copyright, a license, the GitHub URL of your repo, and your name has been included.
  • The project includes regular commits with clear messages that finish the phrase "This commit will...".
  • Code has proper indentation and spacing.


Submit your code for review to the Test-Driven Development with C# code review on Epicenter.

Visit Independent Projects and Code Reviews for details on how to submit, how feedback works and course completion requirements.