{ 100 Days of Code }

A common misconception is that computer science is all about programming. On the contrary, it’s about the theory more so than anything else.

Between the school projects, research, and a variety of other commitments, I haven’t been able to code a personal project (yet) — despite the fact that I really want to.

So, I’ve decided to commit to 100 days of coding. I have to write at least one line of code every day, for 100 days straight.

To make this a little more interesting, I’ve decided to start this challenge by coding in Python. I’ve never worked with Python before, but it seems fairly user-friendly and hopefully won’t give me too much trouble.

And besides — even if I come out of this with no projects completed, I’ll have learned a new programming language.

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