day 10 of #10-days-in-public!
yayy! I did it... So, this time i was completing the course CS50 where i learnt about a hell lots of things that i didn't know. I also read a new book (C for Dummies) along the way to better understand C. I put myself infront of a lofty challenge... that is to complete the 10 week course in 10 days which was definitely challenging and at the end of this I've completed all the lectures, assignments, Labs of 6 week which is honestly a win to me. This was really fun and really productive days! Thankyou Zach for this!
pic: #10-days-in-public celebration call
Day 9 of #10-days-in-public! This time I'm doing the CS50 course and finally I'm done with week 4 lectures and assignments!
Day 8 of #10-days-in-public!
Finally completed the book C for Dummies! And, now i feel confident enough to solve all the assignments and Labs of CS50 easily!
day 7 of #10-days-in-public! This time I'm doing the CS50 course.
Today, i shifted from a place so the day was really busy but honestly to keep my streak I completed all the assignments and Labs that were hanging. And, so finally i completed week 4 of CS50 entirely! And, now I feel like comfortable with newly learnt C and I hope to continue reading C for Dummies which is one the best book I've ever read honestly.
pic: so, again im in my phone so here's a random pic from my gallery.
Day 6 of #10-days-in-public!
I'm taking Harvard's CS50 course.
Studied different kind of data structures and completed the lecture on Algorithm. That is a wrap of week 4 in 6 days lol. Honestly, it's been really difficult to complete this but that's the challenge I took and well most probably i won't be able to complete all the 10 weeks in 10 days which was honestly a lofty goal but that was the purpose of this. If you aim for stars, you may land on Moon.
Pic: a random pic from my gallery as im in my phone
Day 5 of #10-days-in-public and I'm spending this time in completing the famous CS50 course! Although, I really liked what's being taught in the course but i decided to go off for a while and read a book 📚 on C to understand it better and write better codes. As a part of this i played little bit with writing pseudocode first and then transform it into actual C code. But, the best thing i did is started reading this book suggested by my friend (shoutout to Niloy) named C for Dummies... For, a long time i didn't really like reading any kind of books but this book is so well written that you have to fall in love with the book. Read near about 50 pages in one sitting and hoping to read it side by side with completing the course!
Day 4 of #10-days-in-public! Learned about Algorithms
Day 3 of #10-days-in-public: Completed the labs and assignments of week 1 and week 2 of CS50! Will complete the lecture on Algorithm by tomorrow:) pic: Screenshot from lab
Day 2 of #10-days-in-public
completed with week 2 of CS50 in my second day lol ... ik that was quick but that's what I'm trying to do, drinking a glass of water from Fire hydrant... It's challenging, it's fun, it's interesting
Pic: Screenshot from lab 2
day 1 of #10-days-in-public!
After hearing so much about CS50, I procrastinated for a long time to complete the course but never really did it. Recently, i had to move to a place where i don't have good internet and I saw this as a perfect opportunity to complete the course. Today I completed 2 and half lectures and 1 lab.
Lecture 0: I always heard from my childhood that computer only understands Binary language i.e. 0s and 1s and it sounded reasonable to me for low level stuffs but I always wondered about how 0s and 1s helps me watch a video and it never really made sense to me until i completed this lecture. I got to learn about ASCII, Unicode, RGB and so many new things that cleared a lot of my questions.
Lecture 1: I learnt about how to properly write code with correctness, better design and style. I got introduced to CS50's own cloud IDE and many other tools and finally started with learning C. First lecture went really well and i loved the things i learnt. Had some small issue with understanding Loops (not really in understanding the concept but in understanding the meaning of code while writing it ... I'd love to talk about it with someone if you'd like to help me understand it better)
Lecture 2: I got to know how a compiler actually compiles a code and what goes underneath the hood which we literally ignore by Compiling and Running. Got to know about some clever method to debug my own code. And, finally got stuck in understanding Arrays. If there's someone who'd like to help me understand Array please come forward.
I hope to resume my journey from tomorrow and thankyou all. pic: a random screenshot from lab assignment
Apple surely has great offers but will they ever be able to compete with me? Checkout bestiphone.ramiz03.repl.co (Open in phone for your own good) . Thanks to replit template btw 🙂
Coded a website from my Tablet using Replit 😅 . Although I stole some code from Tailblocks but who cares ?