After 9 months, we’ve managed to hit our second major Sample Programs milestone: 250 code snippets.
As mentioned earlier this month, transitioning the Sample Programs articles is only half the battle. I’ve also begun some consolidation efforts on the site.
Since launching the Sample Programs project in March of this year, I’m proud to say we’ve just hit 100 languages in the repo.
Once again, I find my creation from over two years ago growing. At this stage, I’ve decided to move my Sample Programs series to GitHub Pages.
As an open source project grow, sometimes you need to rework some of your contribution guidelines to improve the quality of pull requests.
It’s time to kick off another Sample Programs in Every Language series. Meet File IO in Every Language, a series on file interaction.
When you think about it, most people have projects rotting in version control. In fact, I’m willing to bet we all have a GitHub Graveyard.
Once again, we’re kicking off another Sample Programs series. Now, it’s time to learn Fizz Buzz in Every Language.
As my commitment to open source grows, I’ve decided to finally create The Renegade Coder GitHub Organization.
When I first launched Hello World in Every Language, I got a lot of comments about the articles not showing many language features. In response, I’m launching Reverse a String in Every Language.