April Marathon Recap

april coding competition marathon

As you may have heard (from us, because we won’t stop talking about it), CodeFights hosts a monthly coding competition that we call the Marathon. CodeFights Marathons, unlike their IRL counterparts, only last for one hour. And while you may not get a medal and a free banana afterwards, the top ten participants do get $50 Amazon gift cards, not to mention coins and XP! Our content engineers create brand new challenges for each Marathon, all tricky, fun, and guaranteed to

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April Marathon and Live Broadcast

CodeFights coding tournament marathon

You might not know that every month we run a huge coding tournament. We call them Marathons, but unlike a running marathon, they only last one hour. (And your legs won’t hurt tomorrow!) Each Marathon consists of 10 questions that have been specially created by our team of Content Engineers. They’re fun, they’re tricky, and they’ll get your brain in gear! And if you’ve never participated in a competitive coding event before, this is the perfect introduction. Participate If you want

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San Francisco Live Tournament Recap

Tigran Sloyan at live CodeFights coding tournament

On Saturday, April 22, CodeFighters from all over the Bay Area packed into the new CodeFights office and made history at the first-ever live San Francisco tournament. Some long-time CodeFighters already knew each other, but for many it was their first time meeting up with other users in real life. The room rang with friendly chatter… right up until the tournament started, and then everyone got down to business. The packed room was nearly silent during the hour-long tournament. CodeFighter xiaowuc1 pulled

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Live Tournament in San Francisco

Special event San Francisco Coding Tournament

Bay Area CodeFighters, come join us on Saturday, April 22, for a special event: We’re breaking in our new San Francisco office by hosting a special live one-hour tournament! Meet the CodeFights team, hang out with other Bay Area coders, and compete for bragging rights, prizes, and CodeFights swag. The top three participants will all get $50 Amazon gift cards, and the first place winner will also get a special CodeFights gift box. Tournament Details 2:30 – Check in, hang out, eat snacks

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