|Project Name||Stars||Downloads||Repos Using This||Packages Using This||Most Recent Commit||Total Releases||Latest Release||Open Issues||License||Language|
|Competitive Programming||518||9 months ago||2||C++|
|A one-stop Destination✏️ for all your Competitive Programming Resources.📗📕 Refer CONTRIBUTING.md for contributions|
|Competitive_programming_course||406||a month ago||1||C++|
|A completely free course on data structures , algorithms and competitive programming.|
|Vworkflows||259||2||3||a year ago||8||February 27, 2021||17||other||Java|
|Flow Visualization Library for JavaFX and VRL-Studio|
|Coderchef Kitchen||224||4 years ago||6||Python|
|The official repository for our programming kitchen which consists of 50+ delicious programming recipes having all the interesting ingredients ranging from dynamic programming, graph theory, linked lists and much more. All the articles contain beautiful images and some gif/video at times to help clear important concepts.|
|Coding Ninjas Competitive||206||2 years ago||6||C++|
|This will have all the solutions to the competitive programming course's problems by Coding ninjas. Star the repo if you like it.|
|Phpflo||203||6||5||6 years ago||7||March 31, 2017||5||mit||PHP|
|Flow-based programming for PHP|
|Flowpipe||183||20 days ago||17||July 09, 2022||16||mit||Python|
|Very simple flow-based programming framework.|
|Programming Languages Influence||176||2 years ago||Python|
|Code to retrieve data for the programming languages influence visualizations from Freebase|
|A graph of programming languages connected through compilers.|
|Data Structures And Algorithms In Java 2nd Edition By Robert Lafore||142||2 years ago||4||Java|
|Solutions of Data Structures and Algorithms in Java 2nd Edition by Robert Lafore. Adding practice problems and solutions.|
The aim of CoderChef Kitchen is to be a one-stop shop for programmers, both experienced and amateurs alike to brush up and hone their programming skills. The repository contains well documented mini-blogs for a vast variety of programming problems.
When people start off with their programming journey, they usually come across algorithms like Linear Search, Bubble Sort, Insertion Sort and much more. There are a bazillion resources out there for such introductory algorithms.
Our aim with CoderChef Kitchen (Don't miss that 'r' 😅) is not to add articles just for the sake of it. Our main intention is to add articles that bring across some important programming concepts or some new algorithmic techniques or some interesting implementation ideas that we don't generally find online.
In addition to this, we want to make programming fun for people out there. We want to break away from the common notion of "tech articles are boring and serious". They can be pretty fun and addictive to read, if projected in a certain way.
There are multiple ways in which you can contribute. There are no "prerequisites" as such for you to become a contributor. Essentially, you can do either of the following:
Pick up one of the existing problems from the repository and add a solution in a language not already present in the repo. For e.g. a lot of problems currently only have solutions in Python. It would be great to have solutions in other common languages like Java or C/C++.
An important thing to consider here is that the solution you provide must be in line with the algorithm(s) already explained in the article. In case you are writing a new algorithm which has not been explained already, then make sure to add relevant explanation to the article as well.
The second way for you to contribute is by picking a problem which is not already there in the repository and contribute solution(s) and an article for it.
A picture is worth a thousand words
That is our motto. The articles that we write tend to be full of illustrations in the form of explanatory diagrams and gifs/videos/animations. Anything that helps explain the algorithm better. We would love future articles to be along the same lines as well. For a detailed set of guidelines for contributing a new article, read the instructions below.
The first thing you should do is, convey what you want to contribute. To make it a very streamlined process, create an issue in the repository describing the problem you want to pick. Also, in 1-2 lines explain why you think this problem should be added to the repo.
Kindly note this step is only to be sure that your efforts won't go to waste. Once the issue is approved, you can go ahead with article. This still doesn't guarantee that your article would be accepted on the first go. Our only suggestion is stick to the template (read below) and be as creative as possible. We are always there to help and learn in the process.
Clone the repo using the command
git clone https://github.com/DivyaGodayal/CoderChef-Kitchen.git
For every new problem, create a separate folder in the respective section. For e.g. if you are solving a problem on LeetCode related to Dynamic Programming, create a folder for the problem under the Dynamic Programming folder.
mkdir Dynamic-Programming/<Problem Name>
The newly created folder must contain a
README.md file and
solution.py file. If there are multiple solutions, you can name the solutions accordingly. e.g.
touch README.md touch solution.py
For writing the README.md file, follow the template provided here.
Ideally, every approach to a programming problem should have the following sections:
Once you are done writing the article and the solutions, remember to add the problem to the table on the main README page. (Look at the table of contents below).
Once all your changes are done, create a local commit.
git add . git commit -am "Added article and solution for <Problem-Name>"
Push your changes to a separate branch for the problem. This new branch should be deleted once the PR is merged.
git push origin master:<branch_name>
Raise a Pull Request. This step is very important. For any changes you want to make to the repository, you have to raise a pull request. For further reading on how to raise a PR, read this.
In case of any doubt in the above steps, reach out to us. :)
|2||Fake Binary Search||CodeChef||Link|
|4||Hand of Straights||LeetCode||Link|
|5||Implement Magic Dictionary||LeetCode||Link|
|6||Integer to English-Words||LeetCode||Link|
|8||Minimum in Rotated Sorted Array||LeetCode||Link|
|9||Minimum Refueling Stops||LeetCode||Link|
|10||Score After Flipping Matrix||LeetCode||Link|
|11||Score of Parentheses||LeetCode||Link|
|12||Set Matrix Zeros||LeetCode||Link|
|14||Split Array into Fibonacci Sequence||LeetCode||Link|
|20||Next Greater Element I||LeetCode||Link|
|21||Next Greater Element II||LeetCode||Link|
|23||Maximum Product of Word Lengths||LeetCode||Link|
|26||Top K Frequent Words||LeetCode||Link|
|3||Change the Signs||CodeChef||Link|
|4||Matchsticks to Square||LeetCode||Link|
|7||Largest Sum of Averages||LeetCode||Link|
Graphs and Trees
|1||All Nodes Distance K in Binary Tree||LeetCode||Link|
|3||Cheapest Flight Within K Stops||LeetCode||Link|
|4||Cracking the Safe||LeetCode||Link|
|6||Flatten Binary Tree||LeetCode||Link|
|7||Making A Large Island||LeetCode||Link|
|9||Remove Invalid Parenthesis||LeetCode||Link|
|10||Sum of Distances In a Tree||LeetCode||Link|
|12||Number of Islands||LeetCode||Link|
|13||Largest-Value in Each Tree Row||LeetCode||Link|
|14||Construct a Binary Tree from in-order and Postorder Traversal||LeetCode||Link|
|15||Add One Row to Tree||LeetCode||Link|
|2||Remove Nth Node from End of List||LeetCode||Link|
|3||Remove Duplicates from Sorted List I||LeetCode||Link|
|4||Remove Duplicates from Sorted List II||LeetCode||Link|
|6||Swap Nodes in Pairs||LeetCode||Link|
|7||Linked List Components||LeetCode||Link|
|2||Minimum Window Substring||LeetCode||Link|