#100DaysOfCode is a challenge on Twitter where the participants code for at least an hour every day for 100 consecutive days.
My thoughts are the following: Before my #100DaysOfCode is over, I would have studied, and learned well the basics (with demo) of the following computer languages: HTML, CSS, Python and C++.
I do not know if this is realistic. Would it be too easy? Would it be adequate or too much of a challenge? have to admit something. I am not totally new to learning computer languages, to coding, to the very programming of a computer however, I have not come that far to cope with a robot (yet!).
I did learn some HTML at the age of 16 in my office in school (Yes, I had my own office in school!), so I am no stranger to that language. Also the first programming language I attempted to learn (a couple of years later) was C++ so I am no stranger to that one either. CSS on the other hand, I had only heard about but had no prior experience with, and Python I had not even heard about!
It appears to me that many look at how many days are left of the challenge, and behaves as if they are counting down, hoping that it all will be over soon so that they can go a long vacation and never deal with anything like it ever again. I, on the other hand, tend to enjoy the moment, and look at the days in which I have put behind me while thinking: "Man, the days are going fast! Soon the challenge will be over and what will I be doing then?" Yeah, what will I be doing then?