Anytime I get started with learning code, life seems to get in the way. I start and then I stop, I start and then I stop.
Inside of me there’s motivation but sometimes it fizzles out for one reason or another.
This time, I’m challenging myself with 30 Days of Code. A way to get me looking at Python every day for 30 days. To learn something new, type up a piece of code and run it.
It may not be the most sophisticated piece of Python code, yet.
But the purpose is for me to get in the habit of using Python regularly.
There will be short updates of my progress as I attempt to write about what I’ve learned. You can hold me accountable and correct me if I speak incorrectly.