Python Coding Log
this is my ongoing log of how I learned Python.
D.100 March 29
It's a wrap! I have completed #100daysofcode! In review: My coding journey is at the very beginning Learning #Python is fun and relatively easy to learn The developer community is incredibly supportive I have a new understanding of the digital world Onwards!
D.99 March 27
Learned and understood __self__ with the help of sketches
D.97 March 25
Today is a very special day! 3 more days and I have completed #100daysofcode
I pushed my Django project on Pythtonanywhere and Github. I also, for the first time, connected my HTML and CSS Frontend to my Django backend. Everyday something is being added to this massive puzzle. I love it.
D.96 March 24
Getting accustomed to using the terminal for a Django project. I launched a Django project with DjangoGirls and am learning to use the settings files.
D.95 March 23
Mentor lesson with Busra, who helped me clean up my git config file and brought me closer to learning Django.
D.90 March 18
Starting from scratch with the website I’ve been dreaming to launch. Created a Mockup on Illustrator, now transferring the visuals with HTML and CSS. Will learn as I go.
D.88 - March 16
Connected to https://api.github.com. Did status and payload requests.
D.87 - March 14
Diving into Python Requests tuts. to better understand the use of the library.
D.86 - March 12
FINALLY understood *args and **kwargs in #Python! Took me long enough. Will get back to you on my API problem @TigranFahradya3 - Letting the dust settle in my head first - Data Science ToolKit on Datacamp
D.85 - March 11
Successfully connected to Twitter API. Then hid keys and tokens in a separate configuration file. Now I'm getting TypeErrors. Link to StackOverflow in the thread if you want to help
D.83 - March 9
So lucky to have such a talented mentor #100DaysOfCode
D.81 - March 7
D.79 - March 5
D.78 March 4
D. 77 - March 3
of my #100DaysOfCode challenge. I’ve found a wonderful mentor, connected to an API. It’s all about practicing and filling those knowledge gaps now - and there are quite a few.
D. 75 - March 1
Thanks for the challenge @busrakoken! After countless confusing tries, I have connected to the Twitter API. Still not sure what exactly what went right, so I will take some time to study all the elements in the code. #100DaysOfCode
D. 73 - February 27
D. 68 - February 22
Created a pink heart completely made of CSS. Incredible how something like this is easy to draw but requires 27 lines of code. #100daysofcode
D. 66 - February 20
Never wanted to touch backend development a few years back - But today I set up an admin page with Django. #100DaysOfCode
D. 66 - February 20
All classes have a function called __init__(), which is always executed when the class is being initiated.
D. 66 - February 20
D.64 - February 18
First exploratory data analysis with at least 50 lines of code. Done completely by myself (and @StackOverflow ) on a Jupyter notebook. Goal is to build my own case for a client and backing it up with data. #100daysofcode
D.59 - February 13
Making sense of database structures. Need to identify which data I can work with in the first place
D.52 - February 6
D.51 - February 5
Things are getting quite serious. I needed to make some changes to my crawler but didn't want to create a new file. So I checked out Github and created a branch in a repository. Turns out @pycharm works like a charm and easily pushes updates to @github too #100DaysOfCode
A developer just called me a developer. Proud moment.
D. 50 - February 4
Day 50: Built a simple crawler with the Python framework BeautifulSoup. WOOOOP Thanks @whodisqamar
50 day datacamp streak
D.48 February 2
I received a tip from @busrakoken and finally had a look at @getbootstrap. I was able to build a sample page with CSS within an hour! This is what happens when women help each other. Thank you #100DaysOfCode #Bootstrap #Girlsthatcode #womenintech
D.44 - January 30
Learned today that you can start „building“ your code with a basic skeleton. def random_function(): “““randomness“““ pass
D.43 - January 29
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Day 41 - January 27
Day 40 - January 26
Can anyone recommend a video or blog that outlines edge weight vectors, scalar biases, artificial Neurons in a more visual way? My resources are blowing grammar instead of breaking it down. #100DaysOfCode
Day 39 - January 25
The IP is address which is associated to a website. If you put "126.96.36.199" in your browser, it will re-direct you to Google.
I started right before Christmas. 40 days have passed - since then and I have completed: Intro to Python Intermediate Python Python tools pt. 1 #Python #girlscancode #womenintech #datacamp #BlackTechTwitter
40 day streak on datacamp
Day 38 - January 24
Can someone explain the lambda #python function to me? It’s a function within a function?
D34 - January 20
35 day streak on Datacamp
D29 - January 16
Diving into @kaggle data again. This time, the most successful movies sorted by rating. If you want to go big in Hollywood: Go for PG-13. Or, just write a really good storyline ;)
D28 - January 15
Coders: How did you connect all the dots without a formal education? When was your aha! moment? Is developing really all about puzzle solving? Or are there frameworks/starter kits out there? #womenintech #blackdevelopers #blacktechtwitter #girlsthatcode #css #html #python
D27 - January 14
2016: I need a Developer to build my business idea Today, 2019: Coding from scratch with HTML, CSS, Python. Css Floats still drive me crazy though. Any tips on that? #womenintech #developer #html #css #python #girlsthatcode
D26 - January 13
Spent a good hour analyzing total #avocado volumes sold in the U.S. Turns out the biggest seller is California. https://www.kaggle.com/neuromusic/avocado-prices/home … @kaggle @tableaupublic
D. 25 - January 12
How to code a dice on #Python. For the visual learner. Created by me with the help of Illustrator.
D.24 - January 11
D.22 - January 9
Learned SQL Learned Python Pulled data with DBeaver Created my first Tableau graphic - All this in 20days! I’m quite proud of myself.
D.6 - December 22-2018
Is there a visual example of each python library?
D.4 - December 21.2018
It's the ugliest thing I've ever seen, yet I love it. Proudly completed my first #python graph on a Jupyter notebook.
D.3 - December 20.2018
D.2 - December 19.2018
Is it a milestone in the coding community if you sense a philosophical meaning to float()?