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TOP 3 SITES FOR PROGRAMMERS πŸ‘©β€πŸ’»

Hello everyone,
We all need help when we are programming and we as a programmer are always waiting to be in a community where we can help other or get help whenever we need but apart from this, there are many things,
we can discuss on ideas, program together and many more things.
So today i am going to tell you about top 03 sites for programmers

Top coder

TopCoder is one of the original platforms for competitive programming online. It provides a list of algorithmic challenges from the past that you can complete on your own directly online using their code editor. Their popular Single Round Matches are offered a few times per month at a specific time where you compete against others to solve challenges the fastest with the best score.

The top ranked users on TopCoder are very good competitive programmers and regularly compete in programming competitions. The top ranked user maintains his own blog titled Algorithms weekly by Petr Mitrichev where he writes about coding competitions, algorithms, math, and more.

Where you are, yes right now. Dev.to is a very good place for developers, you will find tons of articles based on the tags you follow, you will find new stuff daily, and most of the time you will learn something new, so check it out now.

  • Indiehackers Indie Hackers The next website is Indiehackers. This is a website by developers for developers. It's focus is on talking about the journey that developers go to, when they create there own companies or freelance or start their own company. here you will found stories of success and failure, you get to see the numbers and statistic of people who launch there own products, Like how many people visited, how many people bought there product and even how much they made. so check it out.

Make sure to check them out and love this post if u find them interesting 😜😜

** HAVE A NICE LIFE **

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Bishwas Bhandari

What do you think about adding Webmatrices Forum on it? It's kinda growing amoung developers.

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Why and How ❔❔ Author

Yeah there are many good websites out there, Webmatrices Forum is also good with Qna and all, but i just had to mention 3, but it is good

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Bishwas Bhandari

Yeah brother! We can be friends there.

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Ikshya Acharya

Webmatrices is pretty nice, by the way I am already a member there. I joined it 8 days ago.

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Shubha Sandesh Blogger

Thanks for sharing.

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Mikko Rantalainen

Did you totally ignore all Stack Exchange sites?

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amycaprice • Edited on

The 3 go to coding resources

  1. w3Schools.com.: simple, free, self-paced tutorials on an endless amount of web development and coding topics
  2. bootstrap: oh it is so fabulous and easy. They have already written all the CSS and JS for you. All you have to do is select the class(es) you want and like that you can have a good design, fully responsive web page in minutes vs hours. Bootstrap has .row and. col classes that allow you to easily put content on a page anywhere your want. It is really fabulous. I encourage everyone to read a little of its documentation daily.
  3. codepen. It allows you can see other people's work. You can grab their code paste it into your favorite editor and manipulate it until your heart is content.

Encourage everyone in your life to learn how to code.

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MD3BM

Could you kindly provide me with an invitation code for joining up Indiehackers?

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lesha πŸŸ¨β¬›οΈ

That does look like an ad for indiehackers dot com though

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Shubha Sandesh Blogger

Thanks for sharing!

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Julian Ferres • Edited on

Codeforces is way more popular than TopCoder nowadays. And usually top coders in those platforms train in multiple websites and problemsets

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Why and How ❔❔ Author • Edited on

Hi everyone most of you are demanding for invite code for indie hackers
i will send it asap

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Ronnie Atuhaire

I need an invite code to Indie please

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Jose E Saura

Do you have invitation code to indiehackers?

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Ran

Anybody got them Indie subscribe codes? :) <3

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Shivam Shukla

Awesome !
Can you send indie hackers invite code ?

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