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After your war, you will be able to see your code in comparison with your opponent's. If their solution was better than yours, you can learn from their code and next time adapt it into your code if you like it. It's a fantastic, fun way to learn among peers. See More
I don't recommend codewars if you have some sort of "professional" approach. the whole site and concept is buggy and full of glitches and therefore it is time consuming and bit stressful (you won't receive the right amount of points, getting randomly logged out, slow, ...) what I miss most is to "brag" about your achievements. there is no public rank breakdown for the different languages. but if you just looking for a fun way to learn new concepts and train your skills it might be the right choice See More
Users can publish their solutions for different problems and other users can review the code and give their opinions on how they would have solved the problem. Sometimes, some of the most active users get their code reviewed by Guido Van Rossum (the creator of the Python language) himself. See More
Division 1 upper levels in Topcoder has problems which forces users to think about which is the correct algorithm to use to solve them. A lot of problems will also force developers to use multiple data structures and algorithms to find the solution. See More
great for absolute beginners. allows a steep learning curve. and you can learn from other students! See More
It's not great, but it's the best website for coding challenges that I've tried. See More
Buster Blue's Experience
GeeksForGeeks was founded to create a place for people who want to prepare for job interviews at big tech companies would have a place to prepare for these interviews. The most important challenges and problems get articles published daily on how to solve them with detailed instructions and explanations on the approach taken for solving that particular problem. See More
The Codechef forums are not very active and they are the official way of interacting inside the Codechef community. Other than the forums, the only way of interacting with other members of the community is through the comment sections of different problems. See More