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FreeCodeCamp

Started by alexgt, February 09, 2016, 07:44:03 PM

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DJ Omnimaga

If the picture is public then you should ask permission to your parents in case.

By the way do you know about how much percentage of FreecodeCamp you have completed @alexgt and @Dudeman313?
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Dudeman313

I probably will just exclude the picture.

And I don't know what percent complete; I just know that I've done very little compared to everything else.
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DJ Omnimaga

Ah ok. I was wondering because I think @alexgt said it would take him 2 years to complete, but I was curious about if his estimate was accurate so far (although it can be hard to tell, even with a new estimate, because maybe the last parts of FreeCodeCamp will be much harder.)
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alexgt

May 25, 2016, 03:17:03 AM #33 Last Edit: May 25, 2016, 03:22:43 AM by alexgt
I was saying 2 yrs if I dropped everything and started working on it non-stop. And that hasn't happened :P. It is a very extensive course and I am just on the 2nd large project (mostly because I am slower at web development since I am not totally used to it yet and I try to make it perfect and do more stuff than the instructions xD).

I just have 141 activities done out of a lot more than 141 so I am probably 2% done (maybe a little more) :P

EDIT: Actually I just used the scroll bar as a rough percentage and it looks like about 30%. Though 2% is probably more accurate of you factor in difficulty :P
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Dudeman313

That goes for me too; I'm on the same task.
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DJ Omnimaga

Quote from: alexgt on May 25, 2016, 03:17:03 AM
I was saying 2 yrs if I dropped everything and started working on it non-stop. And that hasn't happened :P. It is a very extensive course and I am just on the 2nd large project (mostly because I am slower at web development since I am not totally used to it yet and I try to make it perfect and do more stuff than the instructions xD).

I just have 141 activities done out of a lot more than 141 so I am probably 2% done (maybe a little more) :P

EDIT: Actually I just used the scroll bar as a rough percentage and it looks like about 30%. Though 2% is probably more accurate of you factor in difficulty :P
YEah I think 2 years in such case would probably have bored you out of your mind if you had no more time to socialize, program, game, etc >.<

I wonder why they made it so long O.O (I hope it's still valid in 10 years or so)
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alexgt

I don't know why they made it that long but it teaches you quite well ;)
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DJ Omnimaga

Maybe it's not necessarily meant to be completed by most people who try it and is just for you to learn a bit of extra stuff.
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alexgt

True but you do get on a list that employers can see upon completion
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DJ Omnimaga

Yeah butthen it's not good if you sacrify 4-5 years of your life doing Freecodecamp then end up being unhapoy or depressed >.<
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alexgt

Yep, that is why I am not working on it every day all day :P
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Dudeman313

I've no time at all lately... :-\
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alexgt

Same, exams and my FRC team tasked me with making an object recognition program (well a little one so not really bad at all) :P
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DJ Omnimaga

I was sure that FRC robotics only lasted through the Winter and Spring including the tournaments? Either way, good luck and hopefully this Summer you have extra free time for coding, CW, FreeCodeCamp and playing games. :3=
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alexgt

FRC is only during the winter and spring but we work hard off-season too...

And my summer will be more busy than usual sadly <_<
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