Week 14 - 100 Days of Code
This is my last week doing the #100DaysOfCode challenge.
If you want to read about what I did last week, see here: “Week 13 - 100 Days of Code” .
Day 92 - I added the icon for our @colaboradados donation campaign. And today, too, I coded with Java because of a exercise of the university, and I didn’t remember anymore of Java.
Day 93 - I, @dii_lua and @juditecypreste made a call on Zoom to create new categories in the blog of @colaboradados and I taught some good practices of Git for them.
Day 94 - I studied Languages and Grammar, Regular Languages and Properties of Regular Languages of Computer Theory.
Day 95 - I did exercises on Languages and Grammar, Regular Languages and Properties of Regular Languages of Computer Theory.
Day 96 - I read about values( ) of querysets on Django.
Day 97 - I read about The Role of Algorithms in Computing, Insertion sort, Analyzing algorithms, Designing algorithms and Growth of Functions. This corresponds to 3 chapters of the book Introduction to Algorithms, Thomas H. Cormen.
Day 98 - I read about Divide-and-Conquer. This corresponds the chapter 4 of the book Introduction to Algorithms, Thomas H. Cormen.
Day 99 - I did an initial website with Jekyll for a University Software Engineering work. (https://plataformasuniversitarias.github.io/ )
Day 100 - It was my last day of the challenge. I am very proud of my growth during the challenge. For the last day I did code review of the University’s Software Engineering work and my colleague and I saw how to implement a form in Jekyll.
- Computer Theory: MENEZES, Paulo B. Linguagens Formais e Autômatos. 6a Ed. Porto Alegre: Bookman, 2010.
- values( ) queryset Django: https://docs.djangoproject.com/en/2.1/ref/models/querysets/#values