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Weekly Challanges

I rather enjoyed forcing myself to write something functional in pure JS and the whole thing got my thinking. Wouldn't it be fun to hold weekly challenges here, just simple little coding challenges?

We wouldn't even have to have a "winner" we can just offer each other constructive feedback and learn from each other.

What think, guys?

over 3 years ago, by wsg

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pineapple

I'm a big fan of /r/dailyprogrammer, but I usually try to solve it in my mind first then dont end up writing any code... ;/

pineapple, over 3 years ago

lush

See also http://pineapple.io/resources/vimgolf

And https://www.hackerrank.com/

Also it's a shame Code Brawl is dormant now.

But yeah this would be a cool idea && feature to add to Pineapple.

First challenge could be to write the actual feature for Pineapple.

lush, over 3 years ago

pineapple

First challenge could be to write the actual feature for Pineapple.

ROFL

The first rule of weekly challenge is... you write the code for weekly challenge

pineapple, over 3 years ago

lush

Yo dawg, we heard you like challenges, so we put a challenge in your challenge.

lush, over 3 years ago

pineapple
posted by lush on Tue, Apr 2 at 12:30PM

Yo dawg, we heard you like challenges, so we put a challenge in your challenge.

Yo dawg, we heard you like recursive challenges so we recursed a recursive challenge in your recursed a recursive challenge in your recursed a recursive challenge in your recursed a recursive challenge in your recursed a recursive challenge in your

pineapple, over 3 years ago

wsg
posted by pineapple on Tue, Apr 2 at 12:39PM
posted by lush on Tue, Apr 2 at 12:30PM

Yo dawg, we heard you like challenges, so we put a challenge in your challenge.

Yo dawg, we heard you like recursive challenges so we recursed a recursive challenge in your recursed a recursive challenge in your recursed a recursive challenge in your recursed a recursive challenge in your recursed a recursive challenge in your

wsg, over 3 years ago

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