Thursday, July 10, 2014

1000+ Beginner Programming Projects (x-post /r/programming)

The original site and blog post ( is down, given all of us a 403 error. Until it's back online, you can use this post.

To the truly lazy who don't want to use the Google's cached link and prefer just the outline:

All the beginner project links:

1) Martyr2's Mega Project Ideas (110 Projects)

2) Programming Tasks (500+ programming tasks)

3) Project Euler (476 practice problems). Word of Caution: the site had it's login features hacked and compromised - you needed it to check your answers, but now the site says that answer checking is back online. Proceed with Caution.

4) Coding Bat (140+ Practice Problems)

5) Reddit's Beginner Projects subreddit (22 Problems so far)

6) Beginner Project1s List hosted on Github (93 Projects)

7) Daniweb Crucial Projects for Beginners (5 Projects)

8) Code Abbey (122 Problems)

9) Game programming beginner projects in Python (49 Projects)

Just want ideas for projects?

1) Internet Wishlist

2) The Idea Machine

The blog post's own recommended projects:

1) Build a calculator - go onto scientific for a harder challenge.

2) String Manipulation projects - so substrings, palindromes, comparison, splits etc.

3) Reminder App

4) Alarm App

5) Simulator games of your favorite sports


Added in /r/dailyprogrammer from the comments section. The original blog post didn't have this.

Submitted July 09, 2014 at 05:36PM by octnoir

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