I HAVE STARTED A YOUTUBE SERIES WHERE I ANSWER CODING QUESTIONS :) THIS IS THE 5TH EPISODE.

In this series, I am going to be answering your coding/designing questions. I don't claim I have a lot of experience or that I know everything, I am just going to give you examples that have worked for me and I hope they will help you in your coding/designing journey as well.

 

IN THIS VIDEO, I ANSWER:

1 How do you start with the challenges? (3:26)

2 Can you share some tips how did you keep up your motivation? (4:59)

3 Could you share some valuable tips which will help to complete these challenges? (7:38)

4 Are you doing only tutorials?! (10:06)

5 What website do you use to follow and gives you these goals? (11:37)

6 Where can we found your projects? (12:55)

7 Do you only do coding challenges? (13:47)

8 What is #100DaysOfYoutube? (15:03)

9 Any suggestion or a good source for learning UI and UX for web developers? (15:50)

 

 

enlightenedMy challenges image - https://twitter.com/BatsouElef/status/1159836855107330049
enlightenedMy twitter - https://twitter.com/BatsouElef 

 

 9th Question 

- Reviewing online tech courses: UX Research and Design
- On YouTube, Reviewing UX and UI online courses

- Favorite book about UX - "Don't make me think"

 

6th Question
 

Find my projects:

- #30days30sites
- #100DaysOfCode
- #DailyUI
- #dailycssimages  
 

Or find me on 
- Codepen
- Github
- Youtube

Videos on
- DailyUI
- DailyCssImages

 

 

 More Info About The Challenges 
yesCreator of 100DaysOfCode - Twitter: @ka11away, website
yesCreator of 301DaysOfCode - Twitter: @benjaminspak, website
yesCreator of Javascript30 - Twitter: @wesbos - website
yesCodecareer.io (discord channel): https://discordapp.com/invite/fNpprCe

 

Previous episode: https://youtu.be/T0yxTTGh5z8

 

IF YOU HAVE ANY QUESTION AND YOU ARE SEARCHING FOR AN ANSWER, OR YOU IF YOU WANT A CODE/DESIGN REVIEW PLEASE CHOOSE A WAY TO PARTICIPATE:

1. leave a comment in this video.

2. or go the "community" tab on my YouTube channel and leave a comment there.

3. or (preferably) go on twitter, use the hashtag #elefDoesCode, and ask me anything