I failed #100DaysOfCode

So in 2022 in an attempt to increase my technical prowess and improve and learn about new technologies I started with #100DaysOfCode which is a project where the challenger programs for 1 hour a day for 100 days. I modified this plan to suit my needs since I do programming for a living doing it much more was not in my interest and I wanted to learn more concepts and implement them whenever possible (weekends).

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The plan was to learn Rust programming language and do some project in web development and also use it for web3 projects. But I failed miserably.

These are the reasons why I failed

What Next?

The next for me is to re begin the challenge again and this time craft it with better plan and timing. I feel that this time it will not be a let down for myself. I will keep a learning journal and convert them to a weekly blog post so that there is transparency among the community

What made me write the post?

The fact that I could have just started a new challenge didn't seem right to me. Transparency and acceptance of failure can keep us clean and honest. If I tell the world that I have failed once, this post is on the internet would make sure that I will not fail my next challenge in a similar fashion without any accountability.

So see you in the next challenge of #100DaysOfCode which I believe will start sooner than laterWhat made me write the post?



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