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100-days-of-code - Fork this template for the 100 days journal - to keep yourself accountable (multiple languages available)


If you want to help by providing a translation of content/rules in the language you know, submit a pull request (or DM me on Twitter @ka11away), adding a sub-folder in the 'intl' folder with the files of the translation there. Check out the #100DaysOfX Challenges Project. Changing your habits you are changing your life. Remember that the best time to start is always NOW.

javascript-challenges-book - Challenge yourself learning and understanding the most obscure and tricky parts of Javascript

  •    Javascript

This book will challenge you to learn and understand the most obscure and tricky parts of Javascript. In order to perform the best that you can I recommend you not to cheat taking a look at solutions before you suggest one.

HacktoberChallenges - Welcome! I need some help making my list... Learn how in the README

  •    HTML

For previous challenges, please look at readmes. All Raid wanted to do was to use his PS3 controller on his computer... Little did he realise it would cause the worst kind of error.... The BLUE SCREEN OF DEATH! But that made him realise; wouldn't it be fun to make my own BSoD? Make sure to put it in the BSoD folder.

jdk9-jigsaw - Examples and exercises based on some of the features of jigsaw in JDK9/Jigsaw (Early Access builds)

  •    Java

Examples of some of the features of Jigsaw released in the Early Access build of JDK9.Many of the examples here are directly from the Project Jigsaw: Module System Quick-Start Guide, see http://openjdk.java.net/projects/jigsaw/quick-start but we have also contributions from the Java community.

code-challenge - Command line interface for running code challenges

  •    Javascript

Install, run and share command line challenges. Perfect for learning, practicing or teaching others how to code. You will need to install node.js. Once done, you can use npm to install the module globally and use the command line interface.

acdc_segmenter - Public code for our submission to the 2017 ACDC Cardiac Segmentation challenge

  •    Python

This repository contains code to train state-of-the-art cardiac segmentation networks as described in this paper: An Exploration of 2D and 3D Deep Learning Techniques for Cardiac MR Image Segmentation. The modified U-Net architecture achieved the 3rd overall rank at the MICCAI 2017 ACDC Cardiac segmentation challenge. Create an environment with Python 3.4. If you use virutalenv it might be necessary to first upgrade pip (pip install --upgrade pip).

Challenge-Build-Your-Own-Array-In-Js - This is a challenge that will allow you to practice your logical, analytical and problem-solving skills

  •    Javascript

To see the test suite open ./spec/MyArraySpec.js and start making these failing tests pass one by one. I recommend starting with the top ones, as they get harder towards the bottom.

node-coding-challenge-pattern - A pattern for solving contest programs and coding challenges using Node

  •    Javascript

A pattern for solving contest programs and coding challenges using Node.js streams. This repo uses a Google Code Jam problem as an example.

interview-questions - A collection of questions and exercises to prepare your next interviews or to test your knowledge

  •    Javascript

A collection of questions and exercises to prepare your next interviews or to test your knowledge.

challenger - :computer: Pop-up JavaScript challenges in your browser

  •    Javascript

Challenger is a drop-in JavaScript library that adds interactive programming challenges to any page. Challenges are flexible and expressive, and are super simple to write. A challenge has requirements based on code structure and program output, and gives users a code editor to experiment in. When new code is written, it's run in a sandbox and the output is analyzed.

xorpd-solutions - [SPOILER ALERT] My attempt at tackling the x86_64 asm riddles in xorpd's xchg rax,rax book

  •    Assembly

[SPOILER ALERT] My attempt at tackling the x86_64 asm riddles in xorpd's xchg rax,rax book. Pull requests welcome. "xchg rax,rax" is a collection of assembly gems and riddles I found over many years of reversing and writing assembly code. The book contains 0x40 short assembly snippets, each built to teach you one concept about assembly, math or life in general.

chingu-fcc-speedrun-challenge - Challenge for the Chingu Cohorts


Fork this repository and add your code for each project to the appropriate folder in your repository. As you complete each project, write a blog post about your experience (most publish their blog posts to Medium so they can be easily added to the Chingu Medium publication, but you are free to post wherever you are most comfortable). You may work in pairs for phase 1 and you and your pair may share the same repository for phase 1. For phase 2, each participant should create a new repository to contain their personal Portfolio SPA.

challenge-alpha - Desafio mobile


Crie um aplicativo para dispositivo móvel (Objective-C, Swift, Kotlin, React Native) que consuma o JSON exporto pela API de hotéis e o exiba usando uma table view. Você pode usar bibliotecas de terceiros para criar sua aplicação. A URL a seguir entrega a listagem de resultados para a cidade de Búzios como um documento JSON.

challenge-bravo - Desafio de back-end


Construa uma API, que responda JSON, para conversão monetária. Ela deve ter uma moeda de lastro (USD) e fazer conversões entre diferentes moedas com cotações de verdade e atuais. Ex: USD para BRL, USD para BTC, ETH para BRL, etc...

challenge-charlie - Desafio de front-end


Construa um microsite responsivo em SPA (single-page application) para mostrar a previsão do tempo em determinadas cidades. Basicamente dois estagios: A página de entrada e depois quando alguma localidade é informada. Como fundo de tela deve ser usado a imagem de destaque do Bing. Devem ser mostradas as previsões para hoje, amanhã e depois de amanhã, como na imagem de exemplo. Note que existe um degradê sobreposto na imagem original, na verdade essa cor reflete a temperatura atual do lugar buscado para as três datas. Para temperaturas abaixo de 15ºC deve ser usado tons de azul, para temperaturas acima de 35ºC deve ser usado tons de vermelho e use tons de amarelo para as demais temperaturas. Quando não houver nenhuma localidade escolhida deve ser usado tons de cinza como base para o degradê. Logo que a página seja carregada, deve ser coletada as coordenadas geográficas da pessoa e carregar a previsão para essa localide. Se a pessoa clicar na temperatura principal, as temperaturas devem ser trocadas de Celcius para Fahrenheit e clicada novamente volta para Celcius.