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What's the difference between doing the challenge and being a member?
The 100DaysOfNoCode challenge is something you can do self directed on Twitter by simply doing at least 30 mins of no-code learning a day for 100 days. This is firmly the 'going it alone' route which is brave but very tough to do.
However, by grabbing membership to our community, you'll have all the support, accountability, content and structure you need to become a no-code pro within 100 days whilst building a network of close friends and collaborators.
What is no-code?
No-code is a set of tools that allow you to create websites, apps and software all without writing a single line of code.
The bottom line is, anyone can now build their ideas because no-code has democratised software creation. Just as phones gave rise to citizen journalists, we’re now seeing the dawn of citizen developers, where people from completely non-technical backgrounds can create software. We think this is pretty cool and exciting!
What's the 100DaysOfNoCode challenge?
The 100DaysOfNoCode challenge is a great way to supercharge your no-code learning by building an everyday no-code learning habit. The challenge has three basic rules:
1. Do at least 30 mins of no-code learning a day for 100 days
2. Post a daily progress update on Twitter detailing your learning's using the hashtag #100DaysOfNoCode
3. Support others doing the challenge by dropping them a like, a 'keep going' or sending any useful learning tips or resources there way.
What happens once I've finished 100 days?
Firstly, celebrate! It's a huge achievement getting to the big 100. But, the 100 days is just a nice round number and is used merely to foster habitual learning in the hope that your skill compounds day after day, so don’t see the big ‘100’ as a ceiling but rather a mechanism to promote continuous, everyday learning. And with the rate at which no-code is growing, both in terms of the tools on offer and their capabilities, you won’t be short of things to learn as this space matures.
Even if our members don't do a round two of the 100 days (many do in fact!), they stay part of the community to continue accessing the great resources + perks we have and to continue collaborating with other talented makers.
Who is 100DaysOfNoCode for?
You are someone that:
👍 Wants to learn how to no-code
👍 Has many project ideas in mind but isn't able to bring them to life.
👍 Wants to learn from and connect with other like-minded learners and creators
👍 Is just starting out in no-code or wants to level up their existing skills
👍 Are committed to engaging with and being an active member of the community.
👍 Needs a feedback loop and audience for all the ideas they have and are working on
👍 Needs a momentum driven learning experience, so that they don't lose interest or motivation in learning to no-code
Do you have a refund policy?
Of course. If you feel like the membership to 100DaysOfNoCode hasn't provided you with any value, let us know within the first 30 days of purchase and we'll give you a full refund. We're passionate about making products people find value in and believe our community is packed full of value, but ultimately we want you to use it and be happy! The only thing we ask is that you let us know how this membership can be improved.