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April 20 — Daily CodeNewbie Check-in Thread

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  • Explore topics you’re curious about
  • Share something you’ve written or read
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  • Stay accountable to your goals
  • Support your fellow programmers

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Laura Gyre

Hooray! I need this a lot right now. I've lost my job due to Coronavirus and decided to build myself a (probably full stack) web development bootcamp, since my needs are pretty specific -- but I am really missing the idea of networking and having an accountability group like I would in an actual bootcamp. Anyway, I'm on day 10 of a #100daysofcode challenge (lauragyre on twitter if you're interested), having reviewed HTML and CSS and currently working on JavaScript functions. And I'm starting to have an idea for a portfolio site, but it involves learning to animate an actual drawing, which seems like fun but I haven't even started the where-to-start-tackling-that-challenge challenge for that one. Looking forward to meeting other newbies!

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Greg Fullard

Sounds like a cool project. Will keep an eye out on twitter

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&y H. Golang (he/him)

Just released my Go tutorial series on building an API client from scratch! dev.to/andyhaskell/build-a-web-api...

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Tae'lur Alexis 🦄⚛

Yessss thank you! You know I’m checking it out and supporting

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&y H. Golang (he/him)

Thanks!! Hope you like it!

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Jennifer Tran

I'm reading through a book on designing Event Driven systems. Sometimes, I find most of my time is spent looking up terms or concepts as opposed to reading, but I know that is just a part of learning. Can anyone else relate? 😅