#100DaysOfCode- Day 13

#100DaysOfCode- Day 13

Apr 21, 2023ยท

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#100DaysOfCode- Day 13

Actually, I think I forgot what did I do on day 13 because I forgot to write about it ๐Ÿฅฒ So I'll try to explain what did I do as much as I remember.

I wrote down the most used git commands (basic git commands) and created a single page and readme.md for it to let people use whatever they want to use. Then I shared my project on GitHub. You can follow the link to see my project:

๐Ÿ”— https://github.com/busenurcetin/Git-Komutlari-Turkce

I wrote a detailed article about the most used git terms. I wrote it only in Turkish because there are a lot of English sources when there are not many Turkish sources. In the article, I explained what is git? how to use it? most used git commands and most used git terms. I hope it will help students who are struggling to find Turkish sources about git. You can follow the link to see my article:

๐Ÿ”— https://busenur.hashnode.dev/sik-kullanilan-git-terimlerikomutlari

Then I studied JavaScript and updated my JavaScript notes from GitHub. After that, I kept learning JavaScript and made a mini project on it. It works only on the console so I prefer to call it a "mini-project" You can follow the link to see my mini mini project:

๐Ÿ”— https://github.com/busenurcetin/KitapBulmaKonsolUygulamasi

I shared it on GitHub also so you can follow the link to see my project. I made another mini JavaScript project but didn't share it on GitHub since I can barely call it a project.

I got a new task from the company I am interning and I started working on that.

I don't even remember more about day 13 so I guess that's all. Thank you for reading my article. See you in the next 87 days! ๐Ÿฅณ๐Ÿ‘‹