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Awesome survey results on coding game.
In old news, people still hate php.
How normal people learn a new coding language: books, vids
Me: CodinGame and Google
Works fine actually7
There is a Codingame Level wich took me a whole fucking day. I was soo happy when all those test cases passed!
I recently came across codingame and codewars. I haven't had much time to explore yet, but they look like they'd be helpful with learning by doing. I'm not so great in a classroom type setting. I enjoy jumping in and hands on. But I also have a hard time thinking up my own (useful) projects to use or create for practicing and I'm nowhere near good enough to contribute to something that's open. Anyone use these or have similar favorites? I'm not necessarily a beginner in my languages of choice, but I am rather rusty.2
I was competing in a codingGame contest once and seeing my AI do things that I never would have thought about is just amazing! I then posted about my experience in the codingGame contest on my blog and my post was shared by codingGame! Felt really proud!
There are so many other moments that were amazing as well!2
Getting a CodinGame puzzle's description without scraping the page.
I spent hours playing with different endpoints and changing values in postman, all to no avail. The most promising endpoint also returned user progress, which requires authentication, which requires a dummy account, which is against their ToS (it is allowed to reverse engineer the API though).
Turns out you just had to submit “null” for your user ID and it would remove the progress field.
Why is this tagged bad design?
For almost anything, you POST json arrays...
Anyone familiar with codewars or codingame? Know of an iOS app for similar? I like to work through short exercises when I have a few minutes to burn and the sites aren't exactly pretty on mobile.1
The moment, when you wait for the clash of code at codingame to start, while surfing on the web......
"Oh it has already started.."
"Oh fuck! Its fastest code..."
Does anyone here know CodinGame.com? I just discovered it and wondered weather some of you know it and "play" it.
I think it's a very intersting concept, good for training and a good opportunity to challenge yourself.