What is Kode Indonesia?

Kode Indonesia is a place where programmers come together to solve problems in a wide range of Computer Science domains such as algorithms, machine learning, or artificial intelligence and get discovered by top companies.

Why should I solve challenges?

Fun. What's more exciting than solving challenging problems? We're constantly adding helpful features to make our platform the best possible experience.

Jobs. Looking for a job at an awesome company? You can get hired by participating in practices and challenges!

Glory. As you solve more challenges, you earn points and move up the Leaderboard.

Community. We're constantly growing our strong community of developers who discuss problems, learn, compete, and collaborate together.

Learning. Expand your knowledge by learning new programming topics and techniques by going through our challenges and editorial solutions. We believe the best way to learn something is by doing it! Have a look at our Tutorial domains.

Can I use Kode Indonesia to earn money or get a job?

Yes! There are a few options:

Compete. We run competitions with cash prizes. For our sponsored competitions, we even connect you to companies who are hiring as long as you opt-in to being contacted. Check out our upcoming competitions to start competing!

Jobs. Solving the coding challenges at our Jobs page lets you apply for software engineering positions at a variety of companies at once, or even just the companies you're interested in working for.

Paid Contributor. You can create your own challenges and become a paid contributor.

How do I create challenges on Kode Indonesia?

Check out our platform, and once you're familiar with it, we're always looking for talented problem setters and testers! Apply to be a paid contributor by contacting us at support@kodeindonesia.com

Can I create my own contest?

Yes! Contact us at support@kodeindonesia.com to create custom contests using Kode Indonesia challenges, or write your own original content.

How does scoring work?

Check out our Rules page for a comprehensive overview of how we score challenges and determine leaderboard positions.

Latest update: September 28, 2017 19:08