Since last year, I’ve been much busy tasting the flavours of new programming language.
One of the reason was, I’ve always wanted to test different programming language, in quest of picking the most suitable language I can sustain.
At one time, I’d already went through some frustrations because I was just switching language over and again which was bad part of the story, and yes the demotivation towards building a coding habit. So, I was searching for something that can re-energize my goal to learn to code better.
Later, I was browsing through Quincy Larson‘s blog (teacher at FreeCodeCamp), I found it great reading his humorous read called One does not simply learn to code. You can see the picture below How to : Draw a Horse which says Coding tutorial doesn’t makes you perfect.
I went through his blog/comments in Quora , reddits so, I could gather some motivation and as said being so much eager to stick to coding new things everyday. I found that learning how to code is not just enough rather need to work on practical projects.
Lately, I was stumbled upon a very interesting read called Join the #100DaysOfCode, where
- Code atleast an hour per day for next 100 days.
- Tweet everyday about the progress
- Make this a public commitment.
If you’re interested, you also join me at 100 Days of Code
Starting 100 Days of Code – Day 1
Starting from 3rd Dec, 2016, I’m officially announcing that I’ve accepted challenge 100 Days of Code with this blog.
Finally, for those who want to take part in this coding challenge, Have fun, Enjoy Coding !! and also you may share this with others.