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But, sometimes that’s not good enough, and we want to practice new things. Coding is a lot about creativity, your ability to come up with new and interesting ideas; but sometimes, due to the large amount of time spent tackling common problems, we forget about creativity. I’m not quite sure whether that is the reason coding challenges were made, but they certainly help with the part where you need to think of your own stuff to program. We could say that coding challenges are great for: 1. 2. HackerEarth provides a SaaS application to do automated assessment of technical and logical skills of candidates. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 9. 10. 11.
You need to download the ADT (Android Development Tools) Bundle to develop, run and debug apps. The bundle includes the essential Android SDK components and a version of the Eclipse IDE with built-in ADT. The ADT Bundle includes everything you need: Eclipse + ADT pluginAndroid SDK ToolsAndroid Platform-toolsAndroid platformAndroid emulator Click on Get Android SDK ADT Bundle to get started. Install the SDK and Eclipse IDE Select a workspace The ADT stores your projects in a folder called workspace.