Adventofcode Alternatives

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  • Scratch users doesn't count
    I couple years ago I did the first handful of days of Advent of Code in Scratch. It was painful, but... worked?
  • What is the best way to learn python?
    also, i've found that online learning like kahn academy or code golf type things can be fun and useful. i think this one is neat: https://adventofcode.com/
  • Python Curriculum For My Learning Style
    I really really like advent of code. You do that in your own IDE!
  • Any link/site having sample Problems/Projects to practice beginner to intermediate level of Python programming
    reddit.com/r/Python | 2021-09-12
    Codewars, Adventofcode, Projecteuler — more challenging
  • [BROWSER][2010~2020] Coding game
    Advent of Code?
  • Beginner/Noob asking for first assigment.
    If you are just looking for a list of things to do to get used to the language, something like https://adventofcode.com/ should give you a large number of challenges to code. It's language agnostic and is really focused data structures and algorithms, so it won't give you experience with Powershell commands or function writing. There is also a story for each year which might match your entertaining requirement.
  • Where can I apply this knowledge?
    reddit.com/r/Python | 2021-09-08
    I liked https://adventofcode.com/ as each year they give a series of checkable coding questions in increasingly difficulty. And it is easy to find discussions of solutions if you get stuck.
  • Idiomatic Kotlin: Solving Advent of Code Puzzles, Passport Validation
    dev.to | 2021-09-01
    To continue puzzling yourself, check out adventofcode.com, whose organizers kindly permitted us to use their problem statements for this series.
  • Build a team technical challenge website with replit.web
    dev.to | 2021-09-01
    In this tutorial, we'll use the replit.web framework to build a leaderboard website for an online technical challenge in the vein of Advent of Code or Hackasat. We'll focus on the generic aspects of the site, such as teams, challenges and scores, so once we're done, you can use the site for your own competition.
  • Small exercises.
    reddit.com/r/cpp | 2021-09-01
    Try adventofcode (https://adventofcode.com/) and reddit AOC. Many people use these problems/exercises to help them learn a new language.
  • [AskJS] js excerises resources
    If you’re looking for more algorithmic practice you can get pretty deep here, but these get fairly difficult https://adventofcode.com/
  • Any interest in hosting a VBA contest?
    reddit.com/r/vba | 2021-08-29
    Is this what you're referring to? https://adventofcode.com/
  • C++ websites
    If you need problems to solve then there are thousands of websites out there, your internet search engine can help you there. https://adventofcode.com/ is a fun one.
  • Simple Rust app ideas
    reddit.com/r/rust | 2021-08-27
    I recommend going to adventofcode.com. Instead of one simple app, it has 49 (or 25, depending on how you count), each with requirements clearly spelled out and a simple way to tell if you did it right (or at least if you did it wrong). It's designed to be like an advent calendar, with a simple two-part coding puzzle releasing every day of December up until Christmas, but you're free to do the puzzles from previous years any time. It, along with The Book, was how I got started with Rust. I liked having lots of little bite-sized challenges. Also, the stories in the problem descriptions are kind of fun.
  • programming tutorial
    reddit.com/r/gamedev | 2021-08-24
    Advent Of Code is on that I go to every year. It started in 2015 and they are Christmas themed programming puzzles, each with two parts. Use any language you want. The difficulty has a good spread which can be relatively beginner friendly. Start off in 2015 as I found those to be the easiest.

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