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Practice Your Code-Fu: Programming Contests and Puzzles Online

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  1. martind
    Friday, February 2738, 2009

    You forgot http://www.spoj.pl/

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  2. Programming Praxis
    Friday, February 2714, 2009

    I just started a blog in which I will be posting “programming etudes” that provide practice “for the enjoyment and education of the savvy programmer.” It will be updated weekly. Today’s exercise is about generating text via a markov chain.

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  3. Mike
    Friday, February 2700, 2009

    Python Challenge is another good one.

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  4. paket
    Friday, February 2728, 2009

    The IOCCC encourages and rewards bad coding practices. Should not be on this list.

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  5. Aaraventin
    Monday, March 910, 2009

    I’ve been coding for years and the problem on MindCipher.com has me stumped!!!!

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  6. The Software Developer
    Saturday, March 2839, 2009

    There are also some puzzles at the facebook website: http://www.facebook.com/careers/puzzles.php

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  7. John Fredereich
    Thursday, June 427, 2009

    Really great post – I’ve been looking for info like this for awhile.

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  8. Brian Bi
    Thursday, July 918, 2009

    The USACO training pages are pretty good but only C, C++, and Pascal are allowed.

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  9. Jon
    Wednesday, August 2617, 2009

    Mindcipher website link should be mindcipher.net, not .com

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  10. Patricia
    Saturday, December 516, 2009

    Great post, I’d Digg this.

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  11. mohit
    Thursday, July 141, 2010

    can anbody tell me any way to improve my algorith skill so that i can give solution to problem in website described above.

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  12. dr-stupid
    Thursday, November 1830, 2010

    CodingBat is also really nice

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  13. Agnes
    Monday, January 3146, 2011

    CoderCharts (http://codercharts.com) is the new kid on the block in online coding / programming contest. Right now we are holding our first contest in which there are 8 puzzles of various difficulty levels. Contestants can choose to use whatever language they feel like (we support quite a wide range of languages).
    The contest is going to end in 2 weeks. At the end of the contest, ther will be a lucky draw to give away an iPad.
    Hope all you coding enthusiasts give it a try.

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  14. Snehasish Karmakar
    Wednesday, July 2327, 2014

    is also a good one.

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    • Snehasish Karmakar
      Wednesday, July 2319, 2014

      I meant “codechef.com” is also a good one.

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