#100DaysOfCode in Python Transcripts
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0:00 As Michael stated, there are 2 important rules for the 100 Days. And it is code an hour a day, and track your progress.
0:09 Do a daily tweet of what you have accomplished that day. In order to help you guys do that for this course,
0:15 we made a feature on our code challenges platform. So head over to codechalleng.es and sign in with GitHub and go straight to 100DaysOfCode.
0:27 So here you see a template where you can start the #100DaysOfCode, but we made it easier and made a direct link to populate the 100 Days for you.
0:36 Head over to start talkPython and here you get a grid of 100 Days with exactly the materials of each day. So for example,
0:53 Day 1 you start with day times. Day 1 is a lectures. Day 2 is the practice, and Day 3 is even more practice. And you can just click on the Tweet icon
1:05 and that prepares a tweet for you, so you can just tweet this out or you can modify it as you want. And then you can start to put things into complete.
1:16 So here for example I hit Day 1, done. And you see that this percent counter then goes up and the items that you've done are under done. And so, 2.
1:29 And here you can document additional learning, so here I learned that time Delta, for example, and here you are at the second lesson.
1:41 So this is Day 4 and here you're going to look in the collections module, here. Watch the videos. And on 4% and here I did an exercise,
1:56 and marked complete. So this is the grid of the whole 100 Days. All the materials we have prepared for this course, and once you're done,
2:05 you have a nice love of all the stuff you have coded and accomplished. For example this is our #100DaysOfCode which I imported from Twitter.
2:13 As you see we did a ton of coding and you have it all nicely in one place, and you can refer back to it which we do often.
2:22 We go back to our script a lot, pull out stuff we learned, reuse it, and that's why it's nice to have a #100DaysOfCode log.
2:30 Apart from that the tweeting is a very easy and we encourage you to do that. It's also a way to notify us what cool
2:38 stuff you are building for this course. Completing the 100 Days is not easy. It's a lot of work and dedication,
2:45 but at the end, it's a great accomplishment. And you will have grown as a developer. So you should be proud when you see this
2:52 honor of accomplishment when you hit the hundred percent done. So we hope this will help you make it easy to keep track of your progress
3:00 during this course, and if you want to tweet along is stated in one of the rules. This should make it very easy. Alright and with that good luck
3:09 and prepare to learn a lot of of Python.