#100DaysOfCode is a coding challenge for developers, with thousands of members worldwide, to create a consistent habit of coding every day.
To join the challenge is completely free, and it only has two rules:
By participating and committing to the challenge, you will be able not only to create a consistent habit of coding every day but also be able to dramatically improve your coding skills. There are thousands of developers worldwide doing the challenge, and the community has many communication channels for members to interact with each other.
On the one hand, you can interact with others doing the challenge on Twitter by exploring tweets with the #100DaysOfCode hashtag. Additionally, the community has a Facebook group, a Discord server, and a Slack group for members to connect with like-minded peers and stay accountable for their progress.
On the other hand, you can also visit the community's GitHub to find a log to complete every day. You can complete the log with the current day, the progress you made, some thoughts/challenges/successes, and a link to your work. Completing the log every day is another great way to stay accountable.
Boost your coding skills:
By committing to the #100DaysOfCode challenge, you will not only create a consistent habit of coding every day but also be able to dramatically improve your coding skills.
You can tweet your progress every day, complete the log on GitHub, or both. This will help you stay accountable and get an objective measure of how much you progress every day.
Find like-minded developers:
The community includes many communication channels for members to interact and connect with each other. This includes not only Twitter, but also a Facebook group, a Discord server, and a Slack group.
To connect with other members doing the #100DaysOfCode challenge, you have several options. On the one hand, you can join the community's Facebook group, which is the channel with the most people. On the other hand, the community also has a Discord server and a Slack group. Additionally, you can connect with others on Twitter via the hashtag #100DaysOfCode.
The community's resources page has resources like articles, success stories, podcast episodes, and more to keep you motivated during the challenge.