#100DaysOfCode in Python Transcripts
Chapter: Days 1-3: Playing with Datetimes
Lecture: Your 3 day overview

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0:00 Right a quick overview of what we're doing for the next
0:03 couple of days.
0:04 For the first day of your datetimes lessons you're going to
0:08 watch the videos, okay?
0:10 A couple of videos for you to watch to do with datetime,
0:12 date, and timedelta.
0:15 Alright after you've done, after you've completed watching
0:17 the videos go ahead and just play around in the shell.
0:21 So do some timestamp calculations as per the content
0:25 in the videos.
0:26 So we won't dwell on that too much.
0:28 The second day I want you to head to our challenges,
0:32 our challenges platform I should say and sign up with your
0:36 GitHub account.
0:37 It's free and then follow this link here and this will
0:40 unlock this datetimes challenge, okay?
0:46 This bite here is going to be based around parsing dates
0:50 from logs.
0:52 Okay so have a play with it, code in the browser
0:55 and have fun.
0:56 That's your day two.
0:58 Then day three.
1:00 That is all going to be up to you.
1:02 Create something for yourself.
1:04 I reckon you should give a Pomodoro timer a chance.
1:08 Use datetime for it.
1:10 I know you can just use a time module for these
1:12 examples here but the idea is to include some timestamps.
1:16 Do some calculations and see what you can wrap around date
1:19 time okay so the Pomodoro timer is quite simple.
1:24 You can do that or you can do a stop watch.
1:26 Anything like that.
1:28 So if you have any ideas yourself now is your time to
1:30 test it out on day three.