Hashnode Bootcamp IV: Personal Thoughts And Experience
Hello Fellow Codenewbies 👋,
I participated in Hashnode Bootcamp III last April, and I had a great time!
I gained a lot of knowledge and got the certificate after completed the Bootcamp.
So when Hashnode announced the 4th Bootcamp, I registered right away!
My experience and thoughts after participating in Hashnode Bootcamp IV
Hashnode Bootcamp's writing prompts are definitely getting more challenging this time around.
I find them good to push participants out of their comfort zone and to grow.
I learned so much from these writing prompts. Those ideas are not ideas that I would think of. They made me want to be able to extend my way of thinking and be more creative in getting ideas for writing.
I always write and publish an article every time I have an idea in mind. And it has been pretty inconsistent.
There are times when I can write and publish many articles in a month. But there are also times when I don't have any ideas and don't write anything in more than a month.
During this Bootcamp, I also have thought to be more consistent in publishing my articles.
What I can think of now, what's doable for me, is to publish at least one article per month. And I will see from there 😊.
My Articles For The Bootcamp
- Building Habits To Be Healthier Developers
- Why Ethics In Contributing To Open-Source Matters
- How To Make Changes On A Commit In A Pull Request Directly On GitHub's Website
- I Have Been Writing A Blog For 10 Months: Here Is My Story
Hashnode Bootcamp IV was much more challenging and did push me out of my comfort zone. Which was awesome!
Thank you to all speakers and Hashnode's team for making this happened! ⭐
And shoutout to Sam Sycamore for the hard work! 🎉
Thank you for reading!
Last but not least, you can find me on Twitter. Let's connect! 😊