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CodeCrafters Weekly Challenge
Win Big Prizes.
Every Week.
Every week, the top 15 CodeCrafters join the weekly leaderboard.
The #1 for the week takes home an incredible prize.
Win an AirPods Max, an Oura Ring, or a Nespresso machine.
Weekly Prize
The Redis challenge was extremely fun. I ended up having to read Redis protocol specification doc pretty carefully in its entirety! The result felt like lightly-guided independent study, if that makes sense. (Which, again, was lots of fun)
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Charles Guo
Scala Team at Stripe
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I'm learning about how Redis works under the hood, system calls, socket programming in Python — something I've never done before
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Akshata Mohan
Senior Data Scientist at Cloudflare
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My favorite way to master a language.
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Pranjal Paliwal
Winner of HackAtom
I’ve started the SQLite challenge, enjoying it a lot so far. Just the right level of guidance, helpful yet gives you a lot of freedom to explore and learn for yourself.
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Cindy Wu
Participant at Recurse Center
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In a perfect world, job interviews ask for assignments like CodeCrafters instead of Leetcode. The best way to refresh your programming language skills and learn something new about Redis, Git, SQLite internals.
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Vladislav Ten
Software Engineer at Microsoft
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The challenge helped me dive into its internals, through *actual* practice. Super fun.
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Kang Ming Tay
Software Engineer at Supabase
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I was really impressed that they support Haskell, and will probably usethis to learn Rust! The git-based workflow is :chefkiss:
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Jonathan Lorimer
Lead SWE at Mercury Bank
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Found out from a colleague. It has you build your own version of things like Git and Docker from scratch. A cool way to build a stronger mental model of how those tools work.
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Beyang Liu
CTO at SourceGraph
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