If you’re not interested in reading through this post, but would like to be a mentor on my next C# project, please connect with me! Let’s write a program together!
148 lines of code, 12 commits, 6 public comments on Github, and about 12 total hours of programming/collaboration. My first C# project, a console tic-tac-toe game, is at a point where I’m comfortable calling it “done”. (Author’s side note: this is also my first program written since 2005!)
Every award winner loves to give thanks, so I’d like to express gratitude for Deborah Lee — my “team member” and project mentor — and Daniel Albuschat for being a collaborator through Github. It was awesome learning from both you!
This post describes a novice’s thought process for refactoring, what changes I committed to feel “done”, and my concluding thoughts on this project. Continue reading