One Hundred Thousand Days of Code

Mon, Jul 27, 2020 (All day) to Thu, Aug 27, 2020 (All day)
Princeton Council for Science and Technology

Coding changes how we interact with one another and how we see the world around us. It can transport us to new places and be a canvas for us to paint ourselves. Creating, learning, and solving problems together can give us something to look forward to.

One Hundred Thousand Days of Code invites you to challenge yourself by committing one hour a day to programming for the next 32 days. Join us on our StudioLab Slack(link is external) channel #100k-days-of-code to share your progress and see what others are working on. To keep you inspired, we’ll post coding prompts and challenges like ‘Hack the Google Dinosaur Game.’ We'll also have a resource guide to help you find the right language to get started with. Whether you’re looking to have fun or pick up a professional skill for your resume, there’s something for everyone.

P.S. If you didn’t know 100,000 in binary is equal to 32 in decimal, this may be the perfect opportunity for you to find out why.




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