#πŸ’―DaysOfNoCode

Accelerate your No-Code learning journey by committing the next 100 days to No-Code

Get started

  1. Commit to the challenge (above)

  2. Publicly Tweet your commitment here

  3. For the next 100 days Tweet your progress using the #100DaysOfNoCode hashtag

πŸ‘‡πŸ‘‡πŸ‘‡

Can't commit yet?

Subscribe to our weekly roundup, to keep in the loop...

πŸ“˜ The no ifs or buts rules

  1. Spend at least 30 mins a day for the next 100 days learning No-Code

  2. Tweet your progress everyday

  3. Support other No-Coders doing the #100DaysOfNoCode challenge

🧐 The long explanation of WHY

For me to become good at something you need to immerse yourself in it, whatever that 'it' is. In this case, the 'it' is no-code.

For the past year I have curated my Twitter feed to be full of no-coders, read countless no-code newsletters, watched many a no-code tutorial, listened to dozens of no-code podcasts and had no-code project idea after idea swirling through my head.

But even after all of this, I have nothing to show for it. I feel no closer to actually building the project I want to build (here). I’ve merely been scratching the surface of this rapidly growing space. No more skirting around the border. Its time to take my no-code learning journey one step further.

But how?

Applied learning: actually using no-code tools.

But how?

By holding myself against perhaps the most powerfully motivating force of them all...public accountability. This is why I have created and am committed to the #100DaysOfNoCode challenge and hope others in a similar spot can join me.

The no nonsense WHY

  • To become a no-code expert

  • To be able to build the projects that I've wanted to build for a very long time

  • To be publicly accountable for my no-code learning goals

  • To help others break through their no-code learning barriers

  • To meet and learn from the amazing projects new and existing no-coders are working on

πŸ“‘ My rough 100 day plan

Here is my plan for the #100DaysOfNoCode challenge. By making a plan you are increasing the likelihood of completing the challenge. It will also help you get the most out of the challenge in relation to your no-code learning goals. Basically, it is well worth doing and I hope mine is a source of inspiration.

πŸ‘‹ Starting out

Below is a Trello board that acts as a great overview of no-code resources. Some of these you may want to integrate into your own 100 day plan of action!

πŸ’ͺ Building a habit

Habits are not easy to build, especially when the skill you are trying to build is new. Here are a few books/articles on how to build a habit - don’t underestimate the importance of this as your willpower only lasts so long.

πŸ€— Become a member

Access an amazing bundle of exclusive member only benefits...

  • Exclusive Slack community

  • Weekly AMA’s with no-code experts

  • Weekly mastermind groups

  • Β£3,500+ worth of no-code tool deals (Airtable, Bubble, Adalo ect...)

  • Real world projects to work on as part of our 'Tech for Good' program

  • 1-1 virtual coffees with fellow challengers

  • 1-1 expert consultation

πŸ“ˆ Why?

Culture of

Paying-it-forward
Applied learning
Reflective practice

Accountabilty from

Public commitment
Daily progress updates
Weekly standups

Supported by

Monthly 1-1's with me
1-1 DM's anytime with me
1-1's with the community

Content that

Inspires (expert AMA's)
Informs (newsletter)
Enriches

Projects which

Accelerate learning
Do good (TechforGood)
Bolster your portfolio

Curation to

Identify the best in no-code
Signpost experts

Accessible learning via

A low monthly/yearly fee
Paying what you can afford
Paying membership forward
Β£3,500+ worth of nocode deals

πŸ‘‡πŸ‘‡πŸ‘‡

πŸ™Œ Tech for Good

We're big believers in project based learning and social impact. This is why we have set up a tech for good program to connect those on the #100DaysOfNoCode challenge with real world projects given to them by social impact organisations such as charities and social enterprises. Our challengers have already automated processes for charities and built websites for social enterprises...we can't wait to further this impact by leveraging the power of no-code.

How it works?

1. Social impact organisations apply for tech support. This could be consultancy, training or actual building of projects.
2. Challengers register their interest in projects.
3. Once matched and expectations set, challengers will begin to apply their learning to these projects.

Current Opportunities

πŸ“§ Contact

Get in touch below with any questions or feedback you have about the #100DaysOfNoCode challenge


πŸ“Ί Featured on


πŸ™ Support Us

Buy me a coffeeBuy me a coffee