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Suraj Vishwakarma
Suraj Vishwakarma

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5 Most Popular Coding Challenge Website

Introduction

Practice makes a man perfect

I contradict the statement as it not only makes the man but also everyone perfect. So we come with 5 most popular website where you can practice language and skills through the different real-life problem that you might run in future. So let's begin the list.

Coderbyte

Coderbyte

Coderbyte provides more than 300 coding challenges to solve. You can solve those challenge in their online editor. You can really test your knowledge and skill in a particular domain. You can prepare for the interview too.

HackerRank

HackerRank

You can practice more than 40 languages in HackerRank. They come with great challenges from basic level to more advance level to test your skill. They also provide challenges for several different domains such as Algorithms, Mathematics, SQL, functional programming, AI and more.

Topcoder

Topcoder

Topcoder provides challenges as well as competitive programming competition where you can participate. They have challenges for UI/UX designers too along with developers challenges. It also provides a list of algorithmic challenges that you can complete. They also have their own online editor.

CodeChef

CodeChef

In CodeChef, you can practice different programming language through different challenge and also you can compete in their competition to earn the reward. It is an India-based competitive programming website.

Leetcode

Leetcode

Leetcode is a popular online platform that provides a list of 190+ challenge that helps you to prepare for the technical job interview. It guides you by providing structure to your progress. They support 14 popular languages.

Last Note

You can add more website in the comment section if you like. Thank you for reading the blog post.

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Edwin Torres

Advent of Code is one of the most fun and addictive coding challenge websites. Two puzzles a day for the 25 days of Christmas. It tells a story too. Really fun!

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Suraj Vishwakarma

That's sounds something amazing 😍

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Jake Varness

Don’t forget project euler and exercism! I loooooove those sites too!

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David Bell

Project Euler looks great! I'm going to start it tomorrow. Thanks for the suggestion.

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Suraj Vishwakarma

Yep bro that's also good siteβ™₯️

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Suraj Vishwakarma

Sure bro. I consider it tooπŸ”₯πŸ”₯πŸ”₯

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Immanuel

Also check out CodeWars and CSAcademy, both great websites for competitive programming!

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Suraj Vishwakarma

Thanks for your recommendation.

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Rishabh Singh ⚑

Thanks for this useful info... This will really be helpful to everyone planning to get started with competitive programming...πŸ”₯

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Suraj Vishwakarma

Thank you so much bro β™₯️

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KsenseiB

ive tried many sites (gonna check out the ones you posted) but I have to say one that I rly like is Edebit
edabit.com/challenges

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Jesse Smith Byers

Ooh, that’s a new one for me! I’ll have to check it out!

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Manal BENCHRIF

Thank you thanks to you i discover hackerrank and competitive website for the first time

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Suraj Vishwakarma

Thanks for your appreciation.

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