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digitalmars.D - Showcasing the power of D on HackerRank

reply aberba <karabutaworld gmail.com> writes:
HackerRank (https://www.hackerrank.com) "is a place where 
programmers from all over the world come together to solve 
problems in a wide range of Computer Science domains such as 
algorithms, machine learning, or artificial intelligence, as well 
as to practice different programming paradigms like functional 
programming.".

My point is, the modeling power, etc. of D can be showcased on 
this platform...

 "We run regular hackathons with cash prizes. For our sponsored 
 competitions, we even connect you to companies who are hiring 
 as long as you opt-in to being contacted".
 "Jobs. Solving the coding challenges at our Jobs page lets you 
 apply for software engineering positions at a variety of 
 companies at once, or even just the companies you're interested 
 in working for."
 "Paid Contributor. You can create your own challenges and 
 become a paid contributor."
Is sound goo what I'm reading in their FAQ (https://www.hackerrank.com/faq) D is already supported (at least in the algorithms section).
Apr 01
parent angel <andrey.gelman gmail.com> writes:
On Saturday, 1 April 2017 at 19:17:01 UTC, aberba wrote:
 HackerRank (https://www.hackerrank.com) "is a place where 
 programmers from all over the world come together to solve 
 problems in a wide range of Computer Science domains such as 
 algorithms, machine learning, or artificial intelligence, as 
 well as to practice different programming paradigms like 
 functional programming.".

 My point is, the modeling power, etc. of D can be showcased on 
 this platform...

 "We run regular hackathons with cash prizes. For our sponsored 
 competitions, we even connect you to companies who are hiring 
 as long as you opt-in to being contacted".
 "Jobs. Solving the coding challenges at our Jobs page lets you 
 apply for software engineering positions at a variety of 
 companies at once, or even just the companies you're 
 interested in working for."
 "Paid Contributor. You can create your own challenges and 
 become a paid contributor."
Is sound goo what I'm reading in their FAQ (https://www.hackerrank.com/faq) D is already supported (at least in the algorithms section).
I take their challenges from time to time ... always in D.
Apr 01