#100DaysOfCode: First 10 Days

100 days of code text layered over blurred image of code

This post is part of a series I’m doing to document my progress with the #100DaysOfCodeChallenge. You can read the rest of the series here.


I’ve fallen into a pattern these 10 days of dedicating 30 minutes to practising JavaScript through freeCodeCamp and 30 minutes working on something that I’m struggling with at work. I realised that I needed to learn Bootstrap to build responsive sites a lot faster than I’m used to doing by scratch. I used ACF heavily at work this week and spent some time getting more comfortable with it at home. I also found that while I’m very comfortable using git on my own, I’m not great at using branches or sharing remote repos, and I’ve gotten into a habit of updating repos using the upload file function in GitHub. It works, but it feels a little lame doing it that way when I’ve been used to working with the command line. So, I took some time to go through a different Git crash course and get some more practice with remote branches.


Some things I made this week:

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