Here’s the story of my coding journey that I stepped in and how I allowed myself to make coding as a habit.
Since past two years, I’ve been much busy tasting the flavors of new programming language.
The reason to switch was, I’ve been testing my area of interest. Also, I was picking suitable language to start my career.
Coding is a habit. Switching programming language brings demotivation. It’s because you need to start learning all over again.
Once, I was reading Quincy Larson’s blog (teacher at FreeCodeCamp).
Eventually, I found something worth reading – One does not simply learn to code.
As you can see the picture below How to : Draw a Horse. Simply, you can’t improve your coding skills with just tutorial courses.
Later, I realized learning to code is not just enough. However, building with the practical projects is mandatory. So, to get some suggestions, I went through Quora / reddits.
Finally, I stumbled upon an interesting article,Join the #100DaysOfCode, where you
Starting from March 7, 2018, I officially announce that I’ve accepted challenge 100 Days of Code.
In days ahead, I will be learning and start doing the Data Science (Analytics) and Machine Learning projects.
Finally, for those who want to take part in #100DaysOfCode challenge, you’re free to share this with your friend. Have fun, Enjoy Coding !!!.
Update : I’ve completed the challenge, read my#100DaysOfCode story.