The concept behind the 100-Days-of-Code-Challenge is simple. There are only a few rules. After participants have committed publicly, you have 100 days every day
- at least one hour of coding,and more
- a Tweet with the Hashtag #100DaysOfCode writing, documenting her progress,
- with at least two other people who also participate in the Challenge.
Learn something new
If you are a total Newbie or a seasoned outstaffing developer who just want to learn something New, is completely don’t care – can all participate. The choice of the content is left to the participants themselves. A Python Tutorial vorzuknöpfen, is just as legitimate as a set of complex data structures, to learn Git or the process in between with a learning game to loosen up.
Some programming practice can’t hurt!
The Background is the same as all other 100-Days-of-x-Challenges is to let the program to become a habit. To clean a part of the day which is part of daily teeth or the yoga class every Tuesday evening.
Public required – and if it’s just Twitter
The public Commitment via Twitter to help hold on. Basically, no one prevents me to just quit – the daily Tweet, and the exchange with the other to prevent this but. Optionally, the Challenge is proposing to lead a kind of diary about what worked, what didn’t, and where it just stuck. On t3n.de there will be a weekly Update on how the Challenge runs for me. On GitHub, there will soon be a profile of the projects created during the Challenge.
Track your might Struggle on Twitter. About comrades-in-arms I am, of course, everything there is to know about the Challenge, you can at this point look.