Verdict on 100 Days of Code
You are probably curious about what happened to my 100 Days of Code posts? Or the project?
I decided to stop making reports because I learned what I needed to learn from taking part in the project. I learned that writing code every day of the week for a living means I satisfy the need to expand my experience and understanding of the process. I believe I can make a good argument that being a career programmer and designer means I have more than reached 100 days in one capacity or another.
I consider the project a success despite not reporting the full 100 days on a daily basis.
My X Days of Code project will continue every day for the rest of my career and personal growth/learning. I hope that others reap the same rewards from their initial undertaking of the project.