#100DaysofCode

Today I started the 100 days of code challenge. I will hold myself accountable to an hour of code each day where I create something new or work on a project. Tutorials/videos do not count. This will be pretty easy for me, as I probably do 8 hours of code Mon-Fri. The hard part will be the weekends. I have a lot of resources though so I just have to force myself to set aside an hour to incorporate them. For example, I just came across the JavaScript30 challenge ( I know, a lot of challenges going on here). This has short videos with projects in each one that I will try to work on. I also have a few books I would like to read and they have projects within them that I will use.

Today I spent my hour working on the below Intermediate Algorithm Scripting lessons of Free Code Camp:

Sum All Primes – I needed to implement the Sieve of Eratosthenes to find the prime numbers

Smallest Common Multiples – I used a do while loop , which I feel I don’t normally use as often.

Finders Keepers – So this one looks through the array and then records an element if its true, or return undefined if not.

To check my daily progress , as I will probably not update here everyday, visit my github and my twitter.

 

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