I am rebooting and redoubling my focus to learn programming in 2022 through deliberate and daily effort. A good place to start is with the #100DaysOfCode Challenge!
This is my take on the Rules:
- Commit to coding a minimum 1 hour daily, and commit code to GitLab.
- Tweet daily progress with hashtag
#100DaysOfCode, and encourage 2 other people taking the Challenge.
- Email a simple "Done!" to my accountability partner.
- Repeat for 100 days.
Easy to get started. Why not try something new?
Not so easy to keep going! Hence the Rules. I'm diving into Python and currently on Day 7.
Quote of the moment:
You do not rise to the level of your goals. You fall to the level of your systems. Your goal is your desired outcome. Your system is the collection of daily habits that will get you there. This year, spend less time focusing on outcomes and more time focusing on the habits that precede the results. -- James Clear
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