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Suraj Vishwakarma
Suraj Vishwakarma

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Awesome tools for Coding Practice

Introduction

Watching countless YouTube videos or reading articles won't help you in coding unless and until you write some code. The mantra to retain knowledge is by practicing along with learning. This is well-followed in the world of programming/coding.

So, today I am going to list down some websites where you can practice your coding skills by solving problems or playing coding games.

This list is a small section of my ebook, 50+ Awesome tools for Web Developers. The ebook/notion template contains a curated list of tools and resources to help web developers in learning, creating, and increasing productivity.

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Now, let's get started.


HackerRank

Join overย 18 millionย developers,ย practice coding skills, prepare for Interviews, and get hired.

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You can practice more than 40 languages in HackerRank. They have great challenges from the basic levels to a more advanced level to test your skill. They also provide challenges for several different domains such as Algorithms, Mathematics, SQL, functional programming, AI, and more.


LeetCode

Level up your coding skills and quickly land a job. This is the best place to expand your knowledge and get prepared for your next interview.

LeetCode

Leetcode is a popular online platform that provides a list of various challenges. It can help you to prepare for technical job interviews. They have support for more than 14 popular languages.


CodeChef

Learn competitive programming with the help of CodeChef's coding competitions. Take part in these online coding contests to level up your skills

CodeChef

In CodeChef, you can practice different programming languages through different challenges. You can compete in their competition to earn a reward. As an absolute beginner, you can start their Get Started At CodeChef With Your Coding Journey to learn coding along with practicing.


Flexbox Defence

Your job is to stop the incoming enemies from getting past your defenses. Unlike other tower defense games, you must position your towers using CSS!

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Itโ€™s an online game to play while learning CSS flexbox. It is simple, as you write code, your defense will be placed on the map. Your defense should be in the path of the enemy to defend you. For positioning your defense, you are going to use CSS flex and its properties. Itโ€™s fun and you can learn CSS flexboxโ€™s properties.


CodinGame

CodinGame is a challenge-based training platform for programmers where you can play with the hottest programming topics. Solve games, code AI bots, learn from your peers, and have fun.

CodinGame

Play games and learn code at the same time with CodinGame. You will write code to control the character in the game. You can write code in most of the popular programming languages like JavaScript, Java, Python, C, C++, Dart, and others.


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Conclusion

I hope, this article has helped you learn some awesome platforms for practicing the code. You can take a look at 50+ Awesome tools for Web Developers to know more about such tools.

Thanks for reading the blog post.

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Vishwas Tyagi

I've been using HackerRank and LeetCode for a while now, and after reading your post, I just finished Flexbox Defence.

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Suraj Vishwakarma

That's awesome ๐Ÿ‘

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Walter

Great post my friend, FrontendMentor also is a great tool for practicing. I been using it for a while now. Will take a look into your advices.
Thanks!

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Suraj Vishwakarma

I would try it soon.

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Ganesh Patil

great resources ๐ŸŽฏ

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Suraj Vishwakarma

Thanks, Ganesh โšก

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Suraj Vishwakarma

What's your favourite tool for coding practice?๐Ÿค”

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Gabriel Albuquerque

My favorite platform is Codesignal, maybe you can append to this great list in the future

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Airbrake.io

Great list! You should also check out Codewars.

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Suraj Vishwakarma

That's an awesome addition to the list

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mainuol islam

favourite tools

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Suraj Vishwakarma

Nice ๐Ÿ‘

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Saifur Tanvir

This is awesome
Thanks!

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jameson

It is coincident, I also use HackerRank, codewars and leetcode. After read your post, I also try to Flexbox Defence, it is great

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Suraj Vishwakarma

All the mentioned websites are awesome for practcing code

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Carly

In my university where we start with a programming language called Pascal. Do you have any tipps or a learning tool where I can learn Pascal?

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