How I Became Better at Programming With #100DaysOfCode

What do you get out of #100DaysOfCode?

There are several reasons to start the coding challenge.

  1. You get a lot of experience with programming.
  2. You stay consistent and learn new things.
  3. You make a “healthy” habit.

Starting this challenge will help you grow and improve as a developer. There are so many different things to learn about, and by doing this challenge you might find out what peaks your interest.

Posting every day will keep you motivated, and you will be apart of a community who supports and motivates eachother. It is very inspiring to be apart of, and I would recommend it to anyone.

Why Did I Start?

I started the #100DaysOfCode challenge 16 days ago. It has been a very information-rich couple of weeks, but it has also given me an idea of what I don’t want to do with programming.

The First Web Design Course

I began my journey with https://www.freecodecamp.org/. I decided that I wanted to learn something basic, so I chose to learn about Web Design. At the beginning I was very interested and used 2-3 hours a day, but it became very repetitive…

Even though I had lost that initial spark I had at the start, I was determined to complete the whole course. And today I finished the course and got my certification, it was an amazing feeling!

My Web Design Programming Certification

My Plan For The Next 84 Days?

No Experience with Data Analysis so far

I am beginning a new course tomorrow it is called: Data Analysis with Python. I look forward to this course, as it is a new programming language that I have very limited experience with. After Data Analysis I might move on to Machine Learning with Python.

View my other post about #100DaysOfCode Here!