I've been challenged by 200WAD's very own @brianball.
Based on a recent article I wrote, Brian has recommended we both write "Anybody can code" - no backing out now, dude! It's out there. He's also suggested he'll write the opposite - nobody can code. I think I'll do both, too!
After this, those 2 articles will take me into #TeamStreak, yer baby!
I've already opened my Trello board to look at my notes. I have a few ideas written down for these, but there is definitely some work to be done here. My notes probably won't even take me to 200 words without dragging it out needlessly. I want to avoid doing that.
Thanks again for following up on keeping me accountable, Brian. While it's added some work at an unexpected time, I do appreciate it and I can't complain too much - it's what I've asked for!
I like being challenged, it's the biggest motivator for me. There is nothing like the accountability of letting someone else down. It's easy to give up on yourself, but so much harder to give up on others.
I've also been challenged to a couple of other things; a running challenge for May, press up challenge between runs for strength exercises, so a writing challenge some perfect.