Time to delve into the notable and newsworthy from CheckiO and our users. What do we have for you this week?
<p>We’re sure a lot of you will be excited to hear that we have a new mission!
Did you attend this year’s PyCon? If you did, then you may already know about this fantastic news: CheckiO was a Startup Row Honoree!
Because we’re sure your schedule is full of hurrying and scurrying about and trying to catch up with plenty of important work, let’s dive right in to this week’s delightful trove of updates.
We’ve got some major updates, news, and notes to share with the CheckiO community today!
We’ve added a handful of CheckiO Achievement Badges dedicated to Following & Followers!
Thanks to everyone who attended our Kiev meetup!
It’s a new week with new news from CheckiO! That’s one of the things we love most about this growing community—being able to share all the exciting happenings and upcoming events, many of which would get lost behind the scenes if we didn’t take the time to show you. You all deserve the attention for the amazing effort you’ve been putting into the platform.
We have a new task from Ana_Pana, an interesting publication analysis by PositronicLlama and we have a discussion on performance in CheckiO.
A nifty Infographic and CheckiO Meetups
It’s amazing to see this offline movement to get start growing and we are very happy that CheckiO helps to bring developers together in real life to exchange ideas about coding.
We have collected more exciting information about you and the community in this small infographics picture
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This week we wanted to ask you to take part in a quick survey. It shouldn’t take any more than a minute to complete and could help us take a huge leap in understanding our community.
The missions located in the Library are not only for novice coders.
CheckiO was not always just a set of puzzles but also a new way of learning. Learning through the doing and through the exchange of experience with the community. - a community which is growing every day.
Nickie is one of the most busy bees on the forum and never short of a great code review. Real Star Player material!
Alice's Adventures in Wonderland's author Lewis Carroll was a mathematician and a logician, studying and teaching geometry, linear and matrix algebra, mathematical logic and recreational mathematics at Oxford University. Follow the white rabbit and hurry to our whole new island, filled with missions based on Lewis' tricky Puzzles from Wonderland!