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re: 5 Reasons to start the #100DaysOfCode Challenge VIEW POST

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Here is the guide line which I followed (still following).

Hope it will help you.

 

Read through the 100DaysOfCode.com outline. The creator gives a lot of pointers.
He had a specific goal, so if there is a project you have been wanting to work on, start there.
If you don't have a specific project (I didn't), pick a tutorial (like the ones at freecodecamp.org or codecademy.com) and start there. It doesn't really matter what you do to start. You're building a habit, so starting is the main thing. As you get further along, you'll figure out where your weaknesses are and can supplement with additional readings and practice from there.

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