Independent project prompts are published on Epicenter Friday at 8:00am.
Your code will be reviewed for the following objectives:
- Tests are included for each behavior and code is committed after each test passes.
- Application implements a loop and works as expected.
- The user can use the application repeatedly and see new results.
- All previous objectives have been met.
- Required functionality is in place by Friday deadline.
- Project demonstrates understanding of this week's concepts. If prompted, you are able to discuss your code with an instructor using correct terminology.
For reference, here are the standards from previous weeks that your app needs to meet this week:
- Project is in a presentable, portfolio-quality state.
- Code is clean, well-refactored, and easy-to-read. This includes correct indentation, spacing, and including only necessary comments and debugging tools.
- Variable names are descriptive and use lower camel case (e.g.
- Commits are made regularly with clear messages that finish the phrase "It will…".
- Project README that includes, bare minimum:
- author name
- program name
- detailed setup instructions
- copyright and license information
Submit your code for review to the Arrays & Looping code review on Epicenter by 5:00pm on Friday.
Visit the Independent Projects and Code Reviews page for details on how to submit your code, how feedback works and course completion requirements.