Developer Tips

January 12, 2017
Python is one of the most popular programming environments and many developers look to HackerEarth as a way to learn more about the language. Consequently, for the challenges that are hosted on our platform, a huge number of submissions are in Python. We all know how we are able to pass the initial test case, […]
January 3, 2017
Last week when I shared The top programming languages that will be most popular in 2017, the frequent comment was, what does it take to be a better developer? I've met some amazing developers in real life and through React Native Community, and I decided to ask them, "How do I become a better developer?" Thank you […]
December 17, 2016
There are so many programming languages to learn; hundreds of front-end and back-end languages, their frameworks, building applications using them, and so on. If you are majoring in computer science, you will have picked up C or C++, but if you program for a living, it is more likely that Java, Python, Perl, and Ruby […]
Webinar Date: December 20, 2016
HackerEarth is pleased to announce its next webinar on high performance computing, to help you learn from the best programmers and domain experts from all over the world. The webinar aims to give an overview of an important trend in High-Performance Computing – GPU programming evolving as a very attractive new alternative for solving compute-intensive […]
November 28, 2016
You might have already heard the news that we just released support for vim and emacs in our code editor. HackerEarth now supports "VIM" and "EMACS" #moreGoodNews. Code at your comfort. pic.twitter.com/DGuwxCSuYp — HackerEarth (@HackerEarth) November 15, 2016 Did you know vim was released way back in 1991? Emacs is also a very old editor […]
November 16, 2016
NSA whistleblower in exile, Edward Snowden, talks about how FBI could have reviewed 650K emails in less than 8 days! @jeffjarvis Drop non-responsive To:/CC:/BCC:, hash both sets, then subtract those that match. Old laptops could do it in minutes-to-hours. — Edward Snowden (@Snowden) November 7, 2016 Snowden says the FBI could have used hashing to […]