Hi, I'm Jess. I use Python to craft web apps and sift data. I'm honing my full-stack development chops on Author Alcove.
You forgot http://www.spoj.pl/
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.
Python Challenge is another good one.
The IOCCC encourages and rewards bad coding practices. Should not be on this list.
I’ve been coding for years and the problem on MindCipher.com has me stumped!!!!
There are also some puzzles at the facebook website: http://www.facebook.com/careers/puzzles.php
Really great post – I’ve been looking for info like this for awhile.
The USACO training pages are pretty good but only C, C++, and Pascal are allowed.
Mindcipher website link should be mindcipher.net, not .com
Great post, I’d Digg this.
can anbody tell me any way to improve my algorith skill so that i can give solution to problem in website described above.
CodingBat is also really nice
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.
is also a good one.
I meant “codechef.com” is also a good one.
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