#100DaysChallenge for Techies
I created this repo to share tips, resources and doses of motivation to help you start and finish the 100 Days Challenge, whether you want to learn software engineering, UI/UX design, data science, data engineering, open source, etc.
Join the Slack community for this Challenge to meet like-minded people and collaborate on projects.
Don't forget to follow me on Twitter for more tech, career and lifestyle content. Also feel free to tag me in your daily projects and lessons during this Challenge.
|1||Interest in Challenge||You are here because you want to be a part of the #100DaysChallenge. You probably would like to use today to think through your motivation for wanting to participate in this Challenge. Is it to gain new skills to apply for a new role, ask for a promotion, build projects, start a company or have fun? Whatever reason you have is valid. Welcome to the Challenge.|
|2||Goals and Quiz||You decided to embark on a journey to invest in yourself. Congrats! This will be a good time to set some goals and put them in writing. What do you want to achieve by the end of the 100 days? If you're still unsure of what to learn, take this quiz: https://www.codecademy.com/explore/sorting-quiz.|
|3||Accountability Partner||"If you want to go fast, go alone. If you want to go far, go together." Having an accountability partner on your learning journey can be a source of support and motivation to keep going. Are you searching for an accountability partner? Share your interests and connect with others here.|
|4||Finding the Best Courses and Tutorials||Wondering where to find the best online courses and tutorials in Programming, Data Science, DevOps and Design? Go to https://hackr.io/. When a course or tutorial is submitted, the community upvotes and the best rises to the top.|
|5||Popular Coding Websites||These are some of the popular websites with coding resources: https://freecodecamp.com, https://w3schools.com, https://codecademy.com, https://sololearn.com, https://khanacademy.org, https://edx.org, https://coursera.org and https://ocw.mit.edu.|
|6||No Computer?||Ideally, you'd want to have a personal computer to use for your tech lessons & projects. However, some circumstances may not allow that. You're still not left behind. You can use mobile apps like Sololearn, Mimo, Udemy, DataCamp, etc to learn.|