Goals for restarting the #100DaysOfCode

Success isn't always about greatness. It's about consistency. Consistent hard work leads to success. Greatness will come. ~ Dwayne Johnson

I started off 2017 with a fixed goal in mind, that is, to write code every single day for the next 100 days. Last week, I completed the #100DaysOfCode Challenge successfully. And here I am, restarting the #100DaysOfCode again.

In this blog post, I am writing down the specific goals which I want to accomplish with this version of #100DaysOfCode. Before starting the previous #100DaysOfCode, I wanted to learn Swift and get started with iOS Development. And I am glad that I have accomplished all those tasks in the previous challenge.

But this version will be much more rigorous and much more different than the previous one. I already have a good grip on Swift, but I want to dive more deeper into iOS in the next 100 days. And in doing so, I want to publish an app into the  App Store.

In order to achieve all these things in the next 100 Days, I'm doubling the amount of the time for this challenge. From now on, I'll make sure that I write code for at least 2 hours every day.

By the end of this #100DaysOfCode, I want to become a job ready iOS Developer. That's an affirmative!

And one important thing:

I will be writing all my #100DaysOfCode progress blog posts on my Medium blog, because I don't want to flood this Blog with all sorts of #100DaysOfCode blog posts. You'll only see occasional #100DaysOfCode articles here.

The Github repository for this version of #100DaysOfCode is located here. If you like this repo and find it useful, please consider ★ starring it (on top right of the page).

If you’re also taking the #100DaysOfCode challenge, let me know. We can hangout sometime, and talk about each other’s progress on Twitter. You can follow me on Twitter and Github.

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