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Discussion on: #CNC2021 "Code More" Mission 1 Submission Thread

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Michael Adebambo

Code More worksheet
“Goals, Assumptions, Risks”

Why do I want to code more?

I want to code more because:
• I'm eager to learn a new Technology and want to understand everything about it

• I want to get a job so I can be financial free ( you know get what I need without newito asking my parents)

• I want to get involved in the evolution and this tech craze and buzz, I want to see ways I can change my world positively from proferring solutions on Problems to Startups to Social services so I thought writing code is good headstart

I know I’ll have reached my “code more” goal when:

  • I can hack facebook with HTML (🤣 that was a joke )
  • When I get my first gig.
  • I can build out projects idea independently ( like I'm able to think "oh, I want to make an app like this" and actually break it down and get all stuff I need to get it running and actually build it 🌚).
  • Understand concepts right from reading their documentations or books about them

My top three assumptions for reaching my goal are:

  • I assume I have enough interest to start
  • I assume I have enough resources
  • I assume I have enough time to code and consistency

Of these assumptions, my riskiest is

  • My riskiest assumption is enough enough time and Consistency

When I think about my riskiest assumption, three possible root causes are:

  • Electricity
  • My schedule is not ordered or balanced there are so many uncertainties
  • My personal self; I think I still need to work on myself

3. ways I might address these root causes are:

  • Get a PC that can last me so I don't need to be worried about electricity instability
  • Adhere strictly to my schedule and To-do
  • Always measure my progress and involve a community Of these, the biggest cause that’s worth tackling first is Adhering strictly to schedule