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General Discussion

Suggestion - Code Challenges

I was just wondering/thinking that the hardest part for me once I learn something is often finding my 'own' projects to work on to stretch and reinforce the code I've just learned. Perhaps Treehouse could run some 'code challenges' for specific languages/abilities. You know, just give a general idea of what you want the end product to be, perhaps the languages to use, and people can submit their best answers.

The problem I have is that all my projects are BIG projects (in my head) and while AGILE programming is nice, it's a bit hard for me to even do that on my own.