Hey, I don't know how many of you know about Exercism, but it's a great utility for programming practice, and they're trying to get a nim track off the ground:

http://exercism.io/languages/nim/launch ,

so if anyone's interesting in contributing, there's plenty of room right now.

2018-04-09 03:02:00

I would also mention Codewars, which currently has 28 tasks translated to Nim. It is not much, but it is twice the Exercism's 14 tasks.

I have just checked and translating tasks to a new language on Codewars seems fairly easy.


When I first started programming (in Python), I went through various programming practice sites, and what I remember from then - Exercism's setup was too high barrier for me to cross, so I decided to use Codewars and Checkio (which I found to be the best for me, but it only supports Python and JS, AFAIK), which were much simpler.

This could be a deciding factor for some Nim newbies too.

2018-04-14 09:46:10