Today, it ended. I didn’t wanted it to end, so soon.
I really forget stuff easily. These days I’m sending patches to Linux Kernel as it is the OPW internship application period, I had a lot to look and do apart from working on my side projects. So what? I could have managed. I know.
But hey, wait, I’m here, ideas are here, I can start all over it again. 🙂
Hakuna Matata. 😀
So let me write something about getting this 65 days streak on GitHub.
I coded something daily for 65 days. I wrote a blog post when I decided to code something useful everyday and push it to GitHub.
I ❤ those dark green ones. 🙂
I learnt a lot during these 65 days. I tried a lot of new stuff. I pushed two packages on PyPI. I hosted an API on HerokuApp. I learnt more of Git and GitHub. I resolved a lot of errors. I created my first Google-Chrome Plugin. I commited a lot more useful stuff. I open sourced many of my previous projects and also that I worked during this 65 day streak. You can find more here.
As in one word, it was “awesome!”. 🙂
You can read the blog post I attached on why you should too code something everyday.
I’m planning to start contributing to FOSS more. So may be I won’t be able to maintain GitHub commits for X days/weeks. But wait I’ll be coding something everyday. It is fun. 😀
Stay tuned for those updates.