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Join me in the #100DaysOfWeb3 challenge - Learn together
Rakesh Potnuru
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Join me in the #100DaysOfWeb3 challenge - Learn together

Alexander Kallaway created the #100DaysOfCode challenge to encourage people to learn to code on a regular basis. As part of the challenge, you must devote one hour per day to learning to code and share your progress on Twitter. This challenge was a huge success. More information about this challenge can be found here. It doesn't stop there; people gradually began to create their own challenges, such as #100DaysOfUIUX, #100DaysOfPython, #100DaysOfCSS, and many others. #100DaysOfWeb3 is one of those challenges.

Join me in the challenge

I'm going to approach this challenge a little differently. Rather than sharing my daily progress, I will share the topics I learn in the form of tweets or threads on a daily basis. So please follow me on Twitter - @rakesh_at_tweet. I'm publicly committing to this challenge for the next 100 days (which may or may not be consecutive) and will make sure you learn something new every day.

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The Plan

If you also want to do this along with me here's my small research work.

Prerequisites

  • Basic Frontend knowledge - HTML, CSS, and JavaScript (React will be helpful)
  • REST API
DaysTopic
Day 1 - 14 (2 weeks)Blockchain basics
Day 15 - 34 (19 days)Solidity
Day 35 - 44 (9 days)Hardhat
Day 45 - 49 (4 days)Web3.js
Day 50 - 54 (4 days)IFPS / Filecoin
Day 55 - Day 100Not planned yet

Join communities

Communities are great places to learn and build together. Some of the web3 communities I know.


Let's get started 💫


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