#100DaysOfCode in Python Transcripts
Chapter: Welcome to the course
Lecture: Course flow

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0:00 Let's take just a moment and talk about how you're going to experience this course. Yes, it is #100DaysOfCode, but it's not 100 different topics.
0:10 What we've done is we've broken the course into three day segments. So day one, two, and three, days four, five, and six, and so on.
0:18 So, for example, on day 10, we're going to introduce a new topic, teach you how to work with it, the ideas behind it, do some live code demos,
0:28 and then after that, you'll get a chance to write just a little bit of code, 'cause you're going to spend a long time actually watching the videos.
0:35 These vary, they would be between 15 minutes, maybe to 2025 minutes on average. There's a few that are really involved that go out longer than that.
0:42 But basically, the first day of any three day segment on a single topic is going to be mostly learning about that subject, writing a little code.
0:52 The next day is almost entirely writing code. We'll have a video for you, it may be just two minutes long,
0:58 and we're also going to have in our GitHub repository instructions with hints and tips, and things for you to do.
1:04 So you'll be able to follow along there. Then the last day is really about finalizing your code, maybe putting the polishing touches on the code
1:11 that you wrote on day one and day two. Again, we'll probably have some instructions to guide you, but if you want to deviate, that's fine.
1:18 This is your #100DaysOfCode. We're just here to support you along the way. So you can think of this course as 33 three day journeys through it.
1:28 And each one of those journeys will go through a particular topic: SQLAlchemy, Flask, Collections, whatever.

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