Day 4: #100DaysOfCode progress: today I worked on Collections module / D1 (lectures)
this looks tough.
Aaargh! Why is learning so hard?!
#100DaysOfCode, Days 005, 006 and 007 – The Collections Module | Janusworx
Day 8: Still working at something that I probably should have completed days ago.
I seem to be slow :)
But I am persistent! :)
Day 9: Done with the collections project in Python. Hurrah to me :)
Day 10: Watched a video on how to setup my VS Code for Python
Day 11: hacked a bit at my little download image from webpage project.
Day 12: watched refresher videos on Python data structures.
Day 13: watched videos on how to test code using Pytest
Day 14: Moaaar Videos today :)
Day 15: Done with Quick and Dirty Web Page Download
Always fun when you actually ‘get’ what you are doing and then then use that to do something of your own!
Day 16: Started watching Corey Schafer videos
Day 17 & Day 18: Still on the Corey run.
Days 19 & 20: Still with Corey!
Day 21: Trudging along the Corey trail
Day 22: Done with Corey Schafer’s python playlist.
Learnt so much.
Day 23: Slow day. Learnt SQL Basics.
Days 24, 25 & 26: Moar Videos
Day 28: Watched videos on logging.
Day 29: Videos on idiomatic python
Days 30, 31, 32 & 33: Fluent Python
Day 34: Videos and more videos
Day 35: Uplink video
Day 36: Lots of videos, lots of learning
Day 37: finished with videos
Day 1: Set up my environment!
Day 2: Started working on a small personal journal program.
Day 3: Still at it.
Day 5: Productive Day today
Day 7: Beginning to build a weather app
Day 8: Nothing done
Day 9: Chugging along. #doingthework
Day 10: Good day today!
Day 12: Started learning to write a new program.
Day 13: Almost done
Day 14: The LOLCat program is alive!
Day 15: Another day in the bag.
Day 17: Got a tiny game done! Yippee!
The Long Road I took to Learn Basic Python
Day 22: One more day!
Day 23: restarted work
Day 24: Text search through files! Done!
Day 25: Spelunking through PSUTIL
Day 26: Grokking Algorithms
Day 28: Started with Bash
Day 29: Finally wrote something to scratch my own itch
@jason hehe you call that 'not much done'? Regexes open doors. We learned phonetic spelling in school, I think regular expressions would have been much more worth learning ;)
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