The 21-Day Coding Challenge pushed participants to form a daily habit of coding with a new challenge to overcome every day for three weeks. More than 9,800 participants registered for the coding initiative and completed challenges between Nov. 1-21.
Now that the #21DCC is finished - you can still do the challenges but the prizing period is over - what options do you have to solidify the learning habits built throughout the 21 days? Whether it's at Lighthouse Labs, or elsewhere online, we recommend a number of options and resources to build off of the skills learned during the 21-Day Coding Challenge.
At Lighthouse Labs
In the Front-End with JS program, you'll learn how to style a website and expand on practical hands-on skills.
If you were able to complete the 21-Day Coding Challenge, make sure to check your inbox for a $250 discount on our part-time programs.
The bread and butter of Lighthouse Labs is our full-time Web Development Bootcamp offered in various cities across the country. If you aspire to be a web developer, the Bootcamp is your best option. We're the country's leading Bootcamp and 93% of our job-seeking students are hired within 120 days of graduation based on five years of data.
Check your inbox if you finished the 21-Day Coding Challenge for a $500 discount code. Additional financing information can be found here.
To apply to any of the programs here at Lighthouse, you can fill out an application here. We're accepting applications for early 2020
Beyond our own material, there are many online resources available to continue learning on a daily basis. For simplicity, Don Burks, previously our Head Instructor here at Lighthouse Labs, offers three resources that he recommends 21-Day Coding Challenge participants pursue now that the challenge is complete.
Advent of Code is an advent calendar of small programming puzzles for a variety of skill sets and skill levels that can be solved in any programming language you like. People use them as a speed contest, interview prep, company training, university coursework, practice problems, or to challenge each other.
If you missed this edition of the 21DCC, make sure to keep your eyes out for the next one sometime in spring 2020. In the meantime, sign up for our newsletter to learn of the latest initiatives.
This blog post was originally posted in May and updated.