Build Community

Let's explore how you can build community through public commitment, boot camps, and by teaching others.

Make a public commitment

Having a public commitment helps you build your own team of cheerleaders and community. This helps give you the feedback you need to not feel alone in your journey, and it forces you to keep going when you might otherwise have given up on yourself. While Alexander Kallaway’s 100 Days of Code is a popular commitment, No Zero Days is what worked for me. If you’re uncomfortable in public, you can also keep a private learning journal; anything outside yourself works, so long as it keeps you accountable.

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