If any junior C# developer's have down time between podcast stuff or the job search, here's a really cool video series walkthrough of a simple C# CLI App called
Ender's Quest ⚔️.
During the middle part of my .NET back-end code bootcamp, I I practiced on the weekends by following this video for as long as I could/as long as it interested me.
It was an excuse to turn my brain off and code along with a project for as long as I wanted (3 or 4 hours, once or twice a week, on the weekend).
Enders Quest is a really cool text-based, turn-based RPG. It's especially interesting if you are a gamer or familiar with games like Dungeons and Dragons, Final Fantasy, etc. It's also a very scalable project- gameplay methods can be as complicated as AD&D or as simple as the logic in NIM.
The scope the playlist below covers a lot of really cool ideas, especially combined with the technology we've already learned, and might be nice review- I think that it's a good way to practice some C# while maybe disassociating with Bootcamp afterglow.
TL;DR: This is a really good Visual Studio C# practice series!