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How I Came to Know About It

I heard about this challenge from one of my senior. We were talking about PyBites and then I stumbled upon their podcast on TalkPython. I really loved the concept of challenging yourself to code for 100 days continuously, 1–2 hours a day.

In case you haven’t heard about the challenge, #100DaysOfCode is a challenge, or movement, started by Alexander Kallaway for people interested in coding. There are mainly 2 main rules:

1. Code minimum an hour every day for the next 100 days.
2. Tweet your progress every day with #100DaysOfCode hashtag.

I wanted to learn web-development as it was the most interesting area for me. At that time I was in my 3rd year of college pursuing my bachelor’s degree in computer science. At PyBites I saw that they have completed a #100DaysOfDjango challenge. I also thought to challenge myself to learn Django framework for 100 days continuously and do some projects along the way. …


Akash Giri

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