To get started using exercism.io to practice or provide feedback on other people's code, check out the getting started page on the website.
To report a bug, suggest improvements to exercism.io, or if you're having trouble installing or using the CLI, please open a GitHub issue.
You can also visit our support chat. We're just getting started with this, so activity is quite low, but the more people chat there, the more people will hang out.
If you're having trouble writing the code for an exercise on exercism.io, then your best bet might be StackOverflow. Remember to search first, before posting, and remember that you're asking about the programming language problem, not the exercism problem.
Another option is to submit the code even though it doesn't pass the tests yet, and then go to your submission page to explain where you're stuck.
We welcome questions, and will do our best to help you out!
Follow us on Twitter @exercism_io.
Jump in and chat with other exercism enthusiasts on the #exercism channel on irc.freenode.net. It's not a very active channel, but we're a friendly bunch.
For occasional updates, such as new language tracks being launched, sign up for the newsletter.
Exercism.io was started by Katrina. To get in touch with her, send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Exercism.io is free and open source, and many, many people have contributed to the project by:
- Reporting, reproducing, or fixing bugs
- Triaging issues
- Suggesting, discussing, or implementing features
- Improving the design of the site
- Adding tests
- Improving documentation
- Improving test suites for the language tracks
- Adding new problems to existing tracks
- Porting problems to new tracks
- Providing feedback on people's code
- Reviewing pull requests
- ... and more
This is a project that started by accident and could never have gotten off the ground by the efforts of any single person.
Listed above are a few examples of how people have contributed to making exercism better. We'd love for you to get involved as well! To get started, check out the CONTRIBUTING.md document. It'll walk you through the overall system, getting set up, and finding a good first contribution painlessly.
For a more high-level overview of exercism's ecosystem and how it all fits together (including other places where you might be interested in contributing), see here.
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