Learning any programming language is not enough, and we need to practice.
codedamn has community support, if you get stuck on a particular problem, you can ask for help, and there will be developers ready to help you at any time.
The problem’s difficulty level ranges from easy to hard. But, you can go at your pace.
The problem’s difficulty level is easy.
On codewars, you will get all types of questions ranging from easy to complex.
You will get instant feedback on your answers. Your rank will level up as you progress.
If you get stuck, codewars have a senior developers community that will help you.
codin games is a gamified learning platform. On codin games, you will code and execute the correct code to save yourself from obstacles and enemies.
You can compete individually or by teaming up with other fellow developers.
You can play and build your developer profile, and You can even apply for jobs. You need to solve complex problems and be consistent on the platform to stand out from others.
Link to practice on the codin game.
If you don’t know Solo Learn, you are not a developer. Earlier, Solo learn was only available as a mobile application, and now you can also learn on the web.
At the end of each topic, you will get practice problems you need to solve to unlock the next section.
Link to practice on Solo learn.
If you get stuck on any question, you can unlock the solution, but you will lose the XPs you have gained.
Alternatively, the resources tab contains the concepts to learn to solve that problem.
Hacker earth has a set of questions based on if you are preparing for an interview or you are a beginner at programming,
It has a codemonk section where you will get questions based on Data Structures and algorithms. Best suited if you know DSA and algorithms, or you can practice easy and medium-difficulty problems.
On hacker earth, you can participate in challenges, try to build your developer profile, and stand out from other developers. And apply for jobs at companies.
Link to practice at HackerEarth
Freecodecamp is popular among developers because of its ocean of totally free courses.
Link to practice on freecodecamp
This platform best suits you if you have Data Structure and algorithms knowledge.
You can filter out the problems based on the companies that have asked about that problem or on the concepts like Arrays, Objects, and Strings.
You can even choose the problem difficulty level from school to pro level.
Link to practice on GeeksforGeeks
The assessment test consists of all the topics, from fundamental concepts like variables, data types, and conditional statements to advanced concepts like arrays and objects.
I have curated four GitHub repositories that are helpful. You will gain problem-solving skills, and some repositories will help you prepare for the interview.
This repo has more than 500+ questions with answers, and this repo is available in 18 other languages. In this repo, you will find basic to very advanced questions, and some are very difficult.
I hope you found this article helpful, You can choose any platform and practice it to improve your developer profile, gain problem-solving skills and move to the next platform.
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