Hey, I am new in programming. I don't know much about it. That's why I am seeking for help here. I confused which language should start learing first . And also needed suggestion for which books I should follow.
Thanks in advance.
I think this will help.
Besides, you can follow this one when you can solve easy Adhoc problems. Good luck and let me know if you want to know anything more or you don't understand something of those posts.
Hello everyone! I am Md Mahbubul Hasan from Bangladesh. I entered competitive programming world probably back in 2003 when I was in class 10. Unfortunately tutorials, editorials etc was not mu...
I think the blog of Shakil Ahmed ( from AUST ) is also good. It has some excellent ( to me ) tutorials and editorials on a few problems of intermediate level.
Here it is: Shakil Ahmed's Blog
How can I overcome the fear of Dynamic Programming?
First of all we are sorry that it's too late.
Let me tell you a common problem I face in contests.
"I read the problem statement and I understand that pretty well. But either I don't know how to approach or I get stuck in fixing bugs."
Sometimes it takes more than an hour to fix the bugs and the contest ends.
This is a common scenario for beginners like me.
For a beginner normally there are 3 types of problems in a contest ( especially in onsite ones). (Maybe these are true for experts too :p)
There are hundreds of ways and nothing is bad at all.
You need to choose the one you feel comfortable.
Let me tell you something. If you don't like this, go on, find your own and let others know who need your help.
There are dozens of online judges and it's not a mission to solve all the problems :p.
But we will pick the problems which are necessary for our training.
Besides, we will try to participate in as many contests as possible.
Till now we have this list (In no particular order):
Have eyes on these for regular contests: