New Year, New Challenge – 100 Days of Code
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Starting the 100 Days of Code ( #100DaysOfCode ) challenge
I am always looking to boost my coding skills and as I watch everyone make resolutions for the year, I couldn’t help but think I should try this challenge. In case you don’t know what I’m referring to, one resource is https://www.100daysofcode.com/ – which really gives you a good overview of what the challenge involves.
What will I be building?
I am a project-oriented person, so I will be building a web application that runs sentiment analysis on text data from APIs.
The basic topics I hope to cover:
- Flask Application
- User login
- Store data from external APIs
- Utilize PostgreSQL and MongoDB
- Jinja2 templating
- Back end API development
- Luigi ETL pipeline
I will try and send out a blog update every week or two with highlights! I will also be updating GitHub as I go along. Part of the challenge is also posting on Twitter, so each day I’ll be using the hashtag #100DaysOfCode and you can follow me @stoltzmaniac
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