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LittleCodingKata

Like many programmers, I have a folder that I've been carrying around for years into which I've squirrelled away all manner of tests, notes, tips and tricks. Occasionally I've thought about making the repo public, but as-is, it's a real grab-bag of semi-intelligible snippets and I can't be sure just how much confidential info may be in there.

So I decided to start again here, and hopefully rebuild a more useful collection in the open by applying a similar discipline to how I've been building up my LittleArduinoProjects collection of microcontroller and electronics projects.

So here goes..

To be precise, the purpose of this repo is to collect my programming exercises, research and code toys broadly spanning things that relate to programming and software development (that includes languages, frameworks and tools).

These may range from the trivial to the complex and serious. Many will be inspired by existing work and I'll note the credits and references where applicable. And it will appear quite scatter-brained, as I variously work on things new and important in the moment, or go back to revisit things from the past.

This is primarily a personal collection for my own edification and learning, but anyone who stumbles by is welcome to borrow, steal or reference the work here. And if you spot errors or issues I'd really appreciate some feedback - create an issue, send me an email or even send a pull-request.

Project Index

LittleCodingKata has a new catalog/web site! It's actually just simple GitHub pages sitting right on top of this repository. Try it out:

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