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Try something to store Kata and other experimentations on code...

Here is some kata I have try to do. I build this repo with a branch per language. I store only kata that I have done (or start) with a language. Each Kata's subject are in sub directory. For version, I try to tag before I start a new version Kata (tag with kata's name and version).

Ok, I add directory with kata subject, a readme to explain it and try to add test for some languages Let see if I can do that...

For now, there is 3 branch:

  • Haskell
  • Ruby
  • Go

La plupart de ces exercices sont selectionné par moi à partir des sources suivantes:

  • Le coding dojo
  • un site sur le TDD qui vise à regrouper lui aussi une serie d'exercice

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