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5 Resources for Refining Your Programming Skills
Post Source: www.rbright.net
Posted: Oct 29 2009 14:19:36


As a software developer, I often find that it’s easy to become immersed in my current projects without ever stopping to sharpen the tools in my developer’s toolbox, and learning to approach problems through a variety of methods is a valuable skill in developing elegant, efficient solutions. I’...

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10 More Puzzle Websites to Sharpen Your Programming Skills
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Posted: Oct 18 2009 17:08:13


My recently published Six Revision guest post, 10 Puzzle Websites to Sharpen Your Programming Skills , got a great response, hitting the front page of Hacker News , Reddit , and doing fairly well on Digg too. Lots of comments were left pointing out some sites which weren’t included in ...

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Writing expressive code
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Posted: Oct 07 2009 20:37:23


Software developers read a lot more code than they actually write. An application source code is nothing but a story written using a specific language. It has state and describes behaviour. Code written  once , will be read millions of times. For the most part, it will be read by a compiler who d...

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Golfing with prime factors
Post Source: mwolf.net
Posted: Jun 14 2009 13:57:53


Dirk-Jan reminded me of the Perl Golf and Code Golf contests, both of which have the aim of solving a simple programming task in as few characters of source code as possible. See his post for a stunning example. One of the open challenges is to work out the prime factors of a given number...

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Fast, concise and reliable code? Try Perl!
Post Source: onionstand.blogspot.com
Posted: Jun 02 2009 00:32:00


Maybe you’re new to programming. Maybe you just like learning new languages. But, from so many options, which one to choose? Sure, you probably heard a lot about about Java . PHP too, specially if you’re into web programming. If you’re into open-source, you might have also hear...

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Posted: Apr 23 2009 07:00:00


Ruby on Rails Integration Testing with Integrity - Locomotivation, the technology blog from Squeejee Bootstrapping Your Rails App » ATLRUG | Powered by Community Engine « Keywords: rails, gitosis, passenger, rspec Project Euler » FSharp.it RRobots-Home techInter...

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Practice Your Code-Fu: Programming Contests and Puzzles Online
Post Source: grok-code.com
Posted: Feb 26 2009 21:46:04


This is a list of the best sites on the net for practicing your coding chops, showing off your programming skills, and competing for fame and fortune. Exercise your brain by untangling obfuscation, applying algorithms knowledge, growing your inner math geek, or playing a bit of code golf. These sit...

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Ruby’s Most Underused Keyword
Post Source: www.rubyrailways.com
Posted: Feb 06 2009 17:25:00


I spent the first 2+ years in Ruby-land without even knowing about the probably most underused (and underrated) keyword of the language: redo . Even after I came across the first example and liked it immensely, I could not come up with another use for it, so I threw it to the bottom of my...

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