Hey, I am shweta. I'm a IT engineering student. I always used to read posts of students about how they consistently code or make something new. And that used to intrigue me and also upset me. Upset me because I was never consistant about my learning. This was the reason why i joined this cohort. This forced me to stay focused and somehow it worked.
Mission 1 was about figuring out where to start from. What are you interested in doing, what you could do, what you really want to be.
Mission 1 was really importatnt for me because there are so many stacks and programming languages and career option and I wanted to learn almost everything from it. It helped me in figuring out what to focus on.
Mission 2 of #CNC2022 was about researching the framworks and resources needed for it.
My experience was pretty good. I had figured out what I wanted to learn. And the discussion forums helped a lot.
Mission 3 of #CNC2022 was learn-to-code curriculum
I always liked keeping a planner but I never kept with it. But making this curriculum was exciting. I felt burn out but I still was consistant.
Completing first coding session and documenting it.
It was great. I documented my session progress, notes in a notebook.
Mission 5, pt. I experience was eye opening. I started to feel burn out and college lectures and projects were not helping much.
Overall I felt really good completing this challenge. I learned to follow the planned schedule. Practiced how to avoid burnout, make proper timetable for sessions, take notes and document your progress.
I plan on continuing this habit of coding.