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  • Can someone please tell me a website, where I can practice c# exercises ?
    reddit.com/r/csharp | 2021-10-10
    exercism.io has various tasks for multiple different languages including C#, and you have the option of practice mode and learning mode. One allows you to attempt the tasks on your own while the other will have a mentor review your tasks, or at least I think that is how the old system translates to their new system, I haven't been on the site for a little while.
  • Quels sont vos astuces de flemmard professionnel ?
    reddit.com/r/france | 2021-09-21
    Tiens en joie ton apprentissage : https://exercism.io
  • cannot understand .reduce in kotlin
    reddit.com/r/Kotlin | 2021-09-16
    For me, I did a bunch of exercism.io puzzles, mostly in a very imperative style. Once you complete them, you can look at other peoples' submissions. There was one guy who basically used fold() (a close relative of reduce) as a swiss army knife to solve everything. I was kind of fascinated, and I eventually figured it out. And once you figure out fold(), you've basically got higher order functions (and generics!) down.
  • Any good rust programming classes out there.
    reddit.com/r/rust | 2021-09-05
    exercism.io rust track, while reading The Book
  • Exercism v3
    news.ycombinator.com | 2021-09-01
  • Exercism v3 is about to launch
    news.ycombinator.com | 2021-08-31
  • Ah yes, LinkedIn elitist gatekeeping at it's finest!
    Never tried hacker rank but I am an fan of https://exercism.io/ and have even contributed challenges to it.
  • C++ websites
    Exercism is a great tool for this. Their format is to present programming challenges, and then when you submit the code, not only does it run through some test scenarios like Hackerrank, but also a mentor is assigned to review your code and give feedback.
  • Books on rust for experienced programmers?
    reddit.com/r/rust | 2021-08-28
    I had 6-8 years of experience with C++, Python, JavaScript, and Java, and had used other languages like OCaml, Clojure, and Haskell before learning Rust. But I still found the book to be the most helpful and informative way to learn Rust at the beginning, followed by some hands-on Exercism problems. After that, I built some personal projects and filled in the gaps.
  • Looking for someone to learn JavaScript with
    I'm really at the start of the journey - I too need JS in order to useReact (Native), but I know very little about web. I've tried codeacadmey for an hour, but it's super slow. https://learnjavascript.online/ seems more decent. If that won't work I'll try https://exercism.io. I'm looking for a interactive (or at least active) resource aimed at programmers with experience in other languages.
  • | #1 | Exercism.io | Learn JavaScript Through Test Driven Programming Challenges
    dev.to | 2021-08-23
    Get started with the Exercism.io programming challenge site https://exercism.io. Learn about Test Driven Development, JavaScript, Node/NPM, Jest, objects, and for loops.
  • Website with Python exercises an solutions ...
    https://exercism.io/ is great as well. It has 117 exercises starting from hello world. Plus there are mentors helping you out if you get stuck.
  • I am 24 and want to learn to code!
    The first thing I'd try is a free online course. There's many good suggestions in this thread already, so I don't have anything useful to add there. Once you get a little experience and practice, maybe try out exercism.io -- it's a free, community driven suite of programming exercises with mentors volunteering to give feedback to people who ask. Version 3 is launching soon, and is supposed to add the ability to request a certain mentor -- I'd be more than willing to help out if you're learning Python, Java, or PHP (my profile).
  • C# exercises - all kind
    reddit.com/r/csharp | 2021-08-21
    Take a look at exercism its free and there is a lot of good stuff there
  • Hey Rustaceans! Got an easy question? Ask here (33/2021)!
    reddit.com/r/rust | 2021-08-20
    Been using exercism.io, and I'm having trouble with my rust analyzer, it just won't format my exercises, they're modules, not even intellisense is working, send help