The #100DaysOfCode challenge is intended to help you develop a learning habit by being publicly accountable:
Code a minimum of an hour a day for the next 100 days
Share your progress every day
It is a journey of discipline, commitment, and learning. I have always been inspired by working together when we help each other grow. Working alone is great but working together yields amazing and impossible results. We all help and encourage each other with new learnings a nd problem solutions.
I originally suggested this as a team-building exercise with some of my colleagues, and @Kushagra_Kesav enthusiastically joined me in the challenge. We both are very inspired and challenge each other every day. We are on Day 08 and all our learnings have been penned down on our Twitter and Medium blog. I am currently learning front-end development and Kushagra is learning React JS.
We have been enjoying the learning so much that we are now excited to take the challenge to the next level: inviting our wider MongoDB Community to join us.
We all would like to have you all join us on this habit-forming, relationship-building, and technology learning journey of 100 Days.
The 100Days is not restricted to any one technology, Pick any topic you are interested in learning
- “<insert your interest here”>
We would follow the guidelines as stated on the official #100DaysOfCode website, along with some MongoDB Community fun
Code every day for 100 days, make a streak
Tweet about what you learned using #100DaysOfCode, #MongoDBCommunity hashtags
Create your topic on the forum and post the tweet series of 100 days on the same topic starting with Day1
If you have already started and are on any Day X, please feel free to create a topic and all references of your tweets starting from Day 01. Feel free to refer to mine or Kushagra’s post as example
Now let’s talk about some Recognition
I promise this will all be a lot of fun. We definitely have badges and surprises for consecutive days of sharing your progress You will earn the badge and the fun naming on your profile
1 Day of Code Using MongoDB (Database Dabbler)
10 Days of Code (Code Wrangler)
25 Days of Code (Committed Coder)
50 Days of Code (Code Ranger)
75 Days of Code (Coding Legend)
100 Days of Code (Coding Centurion)
I hope you are as excited as I am to #buildtogether