30th June 2016 09:10
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We have a few updates for you! Check them out. Monthly Leaderboard updates. New features updates. Community updates
IP network: route summarization, The Most Frequent Weekdays and Making Change
new Leaderboard and how to get on top, brand new mission announcements, and this new thing called CheckiO Projects where you can put your coding skills to work for companies at TechStars.
This week we’re launching a really awesome project off which we think you will like!
23rd October 2015 21:59
And we're back with a fresh baked mission straight from the community! So everyone get ready, because we're gonna serve you up something awesome!
Today we will take a look at one of CheckiO's Chess missions "Safe Pawns". I hope you've heard about the ancient game Chess by now. In this mission we will take a closer look at the weakest but most numerous (and maybe even dangerous) chess piece: pawns.
Empire of Code: Announcement
28th May 2015 07:43
The mission is simple. Write a function that returns any number. But try to describe why your number is the best. For example, Sheldon Cooper from The Big Bang Theory thinks that 73 is the best number ever and he can explain why.
PyGame & Python: Writing your first game
An anagram is a type of word play, the result of rearranging the letters of a word or phrase to produce a new word or phrase, using all the original letters exactly once. Two words are anagrams to each other if we can get one from another by rearranging the letters. You are given two words or phrase. Try to verify are they anagrams or not.
Welcome back for another weekly review series! When you open first "Electronic Station" the first mission that you encounter is the classic "Brackets" mission. This is a simple, but interesting and useful mission. "Brackets" can be solved with a wide variety of methods, and CiO players have certainly come up with some clever and ingenious solutions to it.
On CheckiO we have all sorts of different and challenging missions. Sometimes you just need to solve input-output function. Sometimes it's a round of codeGolf. Sometimes you will play a game with a special score system. But two of these missions are very different. These are more creative writing, or as we call them "code essay" missions.