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100 days of code with Saroj Bhattarai

A few days ago, I saw "100 days of code" talk on YouTube. A girl over there was telling how it changed her life (Link at the bottom of this blog). So I decided to give it a try. I had a habit of quitting everything before finishing it. For this and most of all, I was unproductive in Lockdown due to Corona Virus. I wanted to utilize this time. So I went to 100 days of code website

I was motivated by the thought I wanted to do something, so I tweeted their tweet. Till that time I was unsure, what am I going to do? I just tweeted and wanted to figure it out what I would be doing. 

I thought for half an hour. Reviewing all of my coding skills I decided to do Android Projects. I have successfully completed my day 1. It was fun because I did study a little study and knew some of Android prior to coding. Check out my GitHub. I have shared my thoughts on the log of Day0. You can also find my log over there. 

I will write several other blogs what state am I at? How much did I improve? 

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