You start applying for the fellowship, and you see that you’ve been asked to do a coding challenge. But aaagh, you can’t make heads or tails of that thing! What do you do? Don’t worry. Here are some resources to help… Follow these steps to solve the hell out of it:
#1 – Find Out If You Like to Code
This might seem like a “duh”, but really think about it. Hackbright isn’t a gateway into a life of glamor and riches. It’s a great way to learn a lot about programming really quickly. If that excites you, then you’ll probably see this kind of experience as an excellent investment. But if you discover that you don’t enjoy programming halfway through the term, then there’s a higher chance that you’ll be unhappy. Finding out if you like to code can take a while. Learning enough programming to pass the coding challenge should therefore also take a little while. If you’re just starting out, don’t be surprised if you spend a bit of time of intermittent preparation.