Day 50: Reflecting at the Halfway Point

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  • basic-tetris

    basic tetris app using HTML, CSS, and JS based on tutorial by Ania Kubow

    In addition to working my way through fCC's coursework, I've also been exploring other resources and tutorials. One such tutorial - taught by Ania Kubow - helped me design and build a basic Tetris app using HTML, CSS, and JavaScript. This was fun and frustrating at the same time - a great combo in my opinion. Working through constructing this app helped me grasp things I had been struggling with - like writing functions - and it gave me an opportunity to see practical uses of the concepts I had been studying. More precisely, it gave me a clearly defined goal to work towards.

  • 100-days-of-code

    My journal for the #100DaysOfCode challenge (by ananfito)

    Those are the triumphs, tribulations, and lessons I've learned from my first 50 days of the #100DaysOfCode Challenge. I'm looking forward to what comes next in the second half of the challenge and writing this post has helped me identify the direction I need to work toward. If you'd like to see my log entry for Day 50's study session, you can find in my GitHub repository for the #100DaysOfCode challenge.

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  • 100-days-of-code

    Fork this template for the 100 days journal - to keep yourself accountable (multiple languages available)

    I started the #100DaysOfCode Challenge on August 5, 2022. Today is Day 50 of that challenge - well, technically it's the 51st day because I started my first entry as Day 0. As this marks the halfway point of the challenge I'm taking this opportunity to reflect on where I've been and where I want to go for the rest of the challenge.

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