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numpy-100 - 100 numpy exercises (100% complete)

  •    Jupyter

This is a collection of numpy exercises from numpy mailing list, stack overflow, and numpy documentation. I've also created some problems myself to reach the 100 limit. The goal of this collection is to offer a quick reference for both old and new users but also to provide a set of exercises for those who teach. This work is licensed under the MIT license.

react-coding-challenges - A series of ReactJS coding challenges with a variety of difficulties.

  •    SCSS

A series of ReactJS coding challenges with a variety of difficulties. Deep dive into the why here. Interested in NodeJS? Check out our Node Coding Challenges (coming soon).

learnyoubash - Learn you how to write your first bash script

  •    Javascript

Learn you how to use the terminal and write your the first Bash script. This workshopper is based on bash-handbook, so if you want to more examples, check it out.

learninggo - Learning Go Book in mmark

  •    Go

This is the "Learning Go" book in mmark markdown. It is translated to HTML with mmark.After some post processing the end result, can be found here.

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.

jq-tutorial - Interactive exercises for learning jq

  •    Javascript

jq is an awesome command-line utility for processing JSON data. It has an excellent manual already, but--since there's no substitute for practice-- this tutorial provides an unofficial supplement for new users exploring its syntax and applications.

java-10-and-beyond - Examples and exercises based on some of the features of Java 10 (GA and Early Access builds)

  •    Java

Examples and exercises based on some of the features of Java 10 (GA and Early Access builds)

JSAV - JavaScript Algorithm Visualization library

  •    Javascript

#JSAV This is the JSAV development library for creating Algorithm Visualizations in JavaScript. JSAV is a part of the OpenDSA project. OpenDSA aims to create a complete hypertextbook for Data Structures and Algorithms along with the necessary supporting infrastructure. For more information about OpenDSA, see http://algoviz.org/ebook .

highcharts-assignment-8 - A class assignment with Highcharts

  •    Javascript

This repo contains your assignment starter files, including the Highcharts code. Fork this repo (make sure you are logged into GitHub).

homework - A collection of coding exercises to be completed in conjunction the lessons available on elixirschool

  •    Elixir

Homework by Elixir School is a collection of coding exercises to be completed in conjunction with our lessons available on elixirschool.com. Each exercise is created as a standalone Mix project requiring a varying degree of code completion to get the include test suite to pass.

learnyouhtml - Learn you how to create your first web page

  •    HTML

Learn you how to create your first web-page. Hypertext Markup Language (HTML) is the standard markup language for creating web pages and web applications. This workshopper will guide you through the simple exercises which explain the core principles of HTML.

Knowledge-Graph-Analysis-Programming-Exercises - Exercises for the Analysis of Knowledge Graphs

  •    Jupyter

This is a repository, which allows interested students and researchers to perform hands-on analysis of knowledge graphs. It is primarily developed as part of the knowledge graph analysis lecture of the SDA Group at the University of Bonn. However, the material itself is also useful for anyone else. Knowledge graphs represent knowledge in terms of entities and their relationships as shown in the figure below. The nodes of a knowledge graph are the objects which are relevant in your domain and have a unique identifier (so they represent real world "things" rather than just a string label). The edges are the connections between those objects. Since knowledge graphs are intuitive and enjoy a number of benefits, they became very popular over the past decade. Some of the most well known knowledge graphs are the Google Knowledge Graph (a major component of Google Search and other services), DBpedia (a knowledge graph extracted from Wikipedia), Wikidata, YAGO, the Facebook Social Graph, Satori (Microsoft Knowledge Graph) and the LinkedIn Knowledge Graph.

javascript-exercises - 📚 Collection of JavaScript exercises and coding challenges.

  •    Javascript

Series of interesting JavaScript exercises that I solved during my education. For each exercise I've tried to include several possible solutions. Thanks to Jest test framework you can easily check the correctness of your solution. Clone the repo.

neural-networks-scala - Exercises from http://neuralnetworksanddeeplearning.com rewritten in Scala

  •    Scala

Repository contains various exercises and programs from the "Neural Networks and Deep Learning" online book. Executable exercises code is located in ru.pavkin.ml.exercises package.

mumuki-laboratory - :microscope: Where students practice and receive automated and human feedback

  •    Ruby

Laboratory is a multitenant Rails webapp for solving exercises, organized in terms of chapters and guides. rbenv is a ruby versions manager, similar to rvm, nvm, and so on.

codility-go - Solutions for the codility.com exercises in Go

  •    Go

This is my solutions for the codility lessons and challenges written in Go together with some test cases. I've added a checklist to mark finished exercises feel free to comment.

rust-practise-questions - A set of questions for practise in Rust

  •    Javascript

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