What I learnt from #100DaysOfCode challenge?
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Hello Readers👋, let me introduce myself, I am Shreyasi. A second year IT undergraduate and a web development enthusiast. So recently I completed my 100DaysOfCode on twitter.
So I came across the 100DaysOfCode challenge on its official website and thought of giving it a try.
Here is the link to the official website with all the rules if you are considering it(I highly recommend it) 100daysofcode.com
My intention for taking up this challenge was
- to become consistent I was very inconsistent before
- to code more frequently I was really passionate about problem solving and coding in general but was newbie( P.S still am😅)*
Yes, I was able to be more consistent. Obviously there is always scope for improvement,still I can proudly say I am better than the person I was before taking up this challenge
My efficiency in not only coding but learning process in general went drastically up.
This was unexpected but I met with many Devs with similar interests and this in turned motivated me to improving my skills.
I became better at expressing myself. That being said , I am not being extrovert now . Infact ,not even close. But, as I said earlier, I am better than before
I got into the habit of keeping tabs of my progress. I highly recommend trying it .
That being said, there were many ups and downs as well and I made a few mistakes too
What I learnt from those mistakes
Never rush to just complete the challenge. Learning is more important than completing.*
Imposter syndrome is a real thing! Don't be hard on yourself
Don't take this challenge if you have a really hectic schedule. In other words, it's fine to discontinue the challenge (during difficult situation)
That's all . Thank you for bearing with me🙏
You can contact me on twitter (My DMs are open for any doubts/help for this challenge )
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