Day 1, no more waiting, change happens NOW!

As we approach the end of 2020 I thought that learning to make web apps with Python would be my 2021 new years resolution but then I decided, no. If I’m going to dedicate to making a change and learning a new skill, I’m going to do it NOW.

There’s no need to put it off any longer and I’m just going to go for it!
Currently taking the Python Web App with Flask track and setting reminders for the next 30 days to keep myself accountable. Super excited to learn and keep the momentum going!

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Best of luck to you Juilian! You got this. Just be consistent and you will reap the benefits and be beyond ecstatic with your end results. Code on :clinking_glasses:

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Good luck, I wish I had enough bravery to do that. Just work hard and keep trying and you will do great.

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Day 2, I’m about 11% finished with my ‘Build Python Web Apps with Flask’ skill track :slight_smile:.
Once this skill track is 100% I’ll be doing the Data Analyst career path which will be more intense.

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Day 3, a few more projects completed, lots learned, about 16% finished

Day 4, learning about lists in Python and how to append items. Not much going on today but still wanted to login and learn a bit to keep the streak going!

Good luck @julianperry
Learn, try to get the completion

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Keep up the great work @julianperry!

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That’s definitely the goal, would love to learn enough to begin making basic web apps with login/signup functionality and connectivity to a data base to begin storing data. :slight_smile:

Day 5, completed ’ Creating and Modifying a List in Python’ segment

Day 6, Working with lists in Python (tomorrow will be my first week of coding once a day! woo hoo!)

Day 7, I’ve made it a whole week coding once a day!

For the sake of keeping things concise, I will no longer be posting a reply here to this thread every single day but I will continue with my 30-day challenge until I see it through to completion :snake:. I’m learning so much about Python and would encourage everyone to try the 30-day challenge to push yourselves to learn new things!

22% completed with my ‘Build Web Apps with Python and Flask’ skill path. :+1:

7 days

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Hey coders,

Day 1, no more waiting, change happens NOW!

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adallaureano, best of luck with your 30-day challenge!

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Keep on the work on this 30 day challenge

@julianperry thanks, I hope your’re on 100 days challenge.

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I’m currently on day 10 on my 30 day journey, but I may do a 100 day challenge in the near future :snake:.
I’m about 25% through with my ‘build web apps’ skill path which is an exciting milestone for me to be a fourth done. I feel like the 30 day/100 day challenges help keep me accountable since I would feel sad if I were to not keep the streak going. Every day it clicks in my mind ‘oh wait, I gotta get on Codecademy and keep my streak going!’ even if it’s just one lesson.

Even 1 lesson a day keeps the prior information I learned relevant and on my mind. If I go a week or longer without practicing I’d start to forget what I learned. It’s all about building good habits and staying accountable :slight_smile:.

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Hey Julian,

Nice for you I hope you keep the streak going.
I’m 16% in the backend with JavaScript, I’ll try to finish this course.
little by little we can archive, lets help each other. :facepunch: :wink:

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25%, that is great process, I hope you can beat it. I have never known anyone who had tried a 100 day challenge, but good luck!

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I may totally agree with you! I started learning a week ago and I’m trying not to pass any of lessons.So, I understand you completely. I wish you good luck and doing your best to not give up your studying on the halh of the way.
Anyway. My expirience in this sphere is connected only with editing web pages using website builders. Soo…not very reach experience, I know

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