100 Days of Commits

Starting August 1st: Women Who Code DC is participating 100 Days of Commits ! 100 Days of Commits is a community project that’s partnering with coding meetups around the country. Participants will ‘commit’ to 100 days of code by making commits through github.

How do I get set up?

  1. Sign up for an account on Github
  2. Sign the 100 Days of Commits pledge by commenting on the Readme.md commit with your name so you can be added to the Women Who Code participant list.

How do I participate?

  1. Choose which social media account(s) you will use for the project (Twitter or Instagram)
  2. Every day between August 1st and November 9th 2016, Send a tweet or instagram with the hashtag #100daysofcommits and a screenshot of your commit message.

What counts as a commit?

You are committing and pushing code to github that is not work related. This project is a time for you to work on skills and projects you are personally interested in.

How do I decide what project to work on?

The world is your oyster! Search Open source projects on github and join the Women Who Code DC #100daysofcommits Slack Channel.

What if I can’t hit 100 days in a row?

That’s OK! If you are using this project as a means for building a ‘coding’ habit, we suggest never miss two days in a row. Learn more about this habit building mindset from Leo Babuata of zen habits.

Is 100 Days of Commits just for women?

Nope! 100 Days of Commits is for anyone who wants to participate. Women Who Code DC is an organization to empower women to excel in the technology field. Learn more about 100 Days of Commits here.

Is there going to be a kickoff party?

Absolutely!

Sign up & Join us for a kickoff party for the 100 Days of Commits at Dacha Beer Garden on Friday, August 5th.

Questions? Contact us on twitter Women Who Code DC or visit us on Slack

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