Challenges for Programmers Switzerland – competition overview [infographic]

Challenges for Programmers Switzerland is all about programming. Centered on algorithmic thinking and your ability to solve problems, the coding competition organized for the 1st time in Switzerland, gathered over 100 talented programmers. Switzerland was the 12th host of this challenge who travels across Europe. Let’s see how the Swiss coders enjoyed the competition:  

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Challenges for programmes Poland – competition overview [infographic]

Polish coders play an important role in European software development industry. They have built a strong and innovative culture, with interesting fundamentals and further growth prospects. Between May 6 – June 8, Poland was the host of Challenges for Programmers. We had a great time there and we were amazed by their competitive and curious […]

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Think math! or how to better understand the world

“Math isn’t confined to abstract incidents that never occur in real life, but rather touches everything we do—the whole world is shot through with it” How Not to Be Wrong: The Power of Mathematical Thinking, Jordan Ellenberg The quoted book made us reconsider once again mathematics and its implications in real life. Jordan Ellenberg conveys […]

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Challenges for Programmers UK – competition overview [Infographic]

2017 started with a 1 month visit in UK. What was the ocasion? Challenges for Programmers, of course. Between January 20th and February 20th, we enjoyed being virtually there and the community responded quite well. Over 600 coders joined the competition, prefering to solve the algorithm in Java and PHP. You can discover more in […]

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Challenges For Programmers in The Netherlands [Infographic]

Between October 17th and November 14th,  Challenges for programmers traveled North and dared the Dutch developers to try their coding skills. The Netherlands, the home of windmills, bulb fields, wooden shoes, cheese markets, canals of Amsterdam, innovative water-management and millions of bicycles, is now famous in our community for its Python and C++ programmers. The […]

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Top tests IT – Are we living in a Java world?

In May, almost 13 000 questions found an answer from over 1 500 developers. Many of them chose to take the PHP challenge and brought this programming language from the second to the 1st place.   The most popular development language in the world, Java, returned from a long journey directly on the 2nd and […]

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The most popular IT quizzes in February 2016

ITtestsOnline.com is back with the most popular quizzes accessed by developers in the last month. The IT General Knowledge, Ruby and PHP quizzes are among their top preferences! Check out below exactly what are the top 5 most popular quizzes in February 2016: #1 – IT General Knowledge quiz #2 – Ruby beginner level quiz […]

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