The lineup on Skillcrush has everything in order, but as a Break into Tech student, I can jump around without finishing modules in order. Still, it’s a good idea to finish them, so that you can earn your well-deserved certificate and a lineup of projects you made on your own for your portfolio. Once I finish the ones I really wanted to start, then I can finish the ones I skipped.
I also have more J-Pop fandoms to get into starting this year besides MADKID, and I’d like to build Python-based projects based on these fandoms (namely web apps and probably some (useless?) random data analysis among the fandoms) for practice, also store them as repos on my GitHub, and add them to my portfolio. Also, Repl.it has a beta feature that creates its own repos directly to your GitHub if you connect your GitHub to Repl.it as well with a click of a button. Here are a few that I made from my Skillcrush Python course: Spanish & French Translator, Dog Image Gallery, Female Supervillain Trading Card App (REST API).
I’m currently taking an intro to data analysis and visualization using Python and have my first taste in data science and possibly machine learning, but for now, just basic data analysis and visualization. I’m having fun so far. I also restarted again with #100DaysOfCode on Twitter, namely because of my newly-revived enthusiasm towards Python once more.
Will write more updates as I continue on.