Rishi Giri [Reblog CS]

FreeCodeCamp in 120-150 Days

Is it possible to finish FreeCodeCamp in four-five months?

To be honest, I have no idea, but I’m willing to give it a try. If I talk about my studies, everything is going fine! I get stuck, a lot, but what I can do? It’s a part of the journey, and I’m okay with it. In worst cases, I get frustrated, but again, I get back to my things.

So, why FreeCodeCamp?

Again, I don’t know, but I want to test myself. I’m still spending a lot of time on social media because I love memes. They make me happy. I’m thinking that I can use this time to learn things that FCC is offering.

Anyway, it’s 3 AM right now, and I’ve this feeling that I can complete FreeCodeCamp curriculum in four months. Maybe I’m just overestimating myself, but I want to give it a try. I’m not ashamed of saying it, and if I embarrass myself in the future for everything that I’m writing now, it would be okay. I’m kinda used to it now.

So, the journey will start from tomorrow - May 13th, 2019. If everything goes accordingly, I’ll be able to finish the whole curriculum either before 7th of September or 9th of October. Although the inital goal would be to complete everything before the first deadline.

Sections to keep track on Progress :

Tribute Page x
Survey Form x
Product Landing Page x
Technical Documentation Page x
Personal Portfolio x
Palindrome Checker x
Roman Numeral Converter x
Caesar Cipher x
Telephone Number Validator x
Cash Register x
Random Quote Machine x
Markdown Previewer x
Drum Machine x
JavaScript Calculator x
Pomodoro Clock x
Bar Chart x
Scatterplot Graph x
Heat Map x
Choropleth Map x
Treemap Diagram x
Timestamp Microservice x
Request Header Parser x
URL Shortener x
Exercise Tracker x
File Metadata Microservice x
Metric-Imperial Converter x
Issue Tracker x
Personal Library x
Stock Price Checker x
Anonymous Message Board x

I can totally relate to Alex Jones at this point in time. Or maybe I’m suffering from Dunning-Kruger Effect.

This whole journey will begin from day after tomorrow. Let’s hope for the best!

Pros : Lots of learning.

Cons : My Phase 1 studies is still going on. Time management is going to be a little hard for me, I guess. No, I’m sure!