Real Time Programming for Bioinformatics (and for fun)

Are you using CodersCrowd ? No ? You should ! :) What first started as a side project for me became rapidly something I'm excited to work on. Each time I think of a new feature, I just run and sketch some pros and cons, draw a cartoon and open my editor and let…

We have a new home !

I received a considerable amount of feedbacks concerning the layout, and suggestions to make user experience at CodersCrowd as smooth and enjoyable as possible. Whereas a lot of CodersCrowd members seem to be comfortable with the tabular presentation of the latest published problems, I recieved a lot of suggestions to…

Cypherization: Optimizing Cypher Queries

Post by Alex Frieden I have been working with genomics data and neo4j for about a year now. One of the biggest piece of advice is how you architect your queries for any moderately sized set of data. However, we need some background first: Vcf Files Variant Call Format files…

Runnable Gists : Bioinformatics Sandbox

A few months since CodersCrowd went online, and the amount of comments I received to criticize some of its functions and to improve some feature were a source of joy for me each time I read my emails. At the time I am writing this article, we are 573 users…

Personal Branding : Use Your CodersCrowd public page to show your programming skills

As a registered member at CodersCrowd, you own a public page that is built and updated automatically as you contribute and share codes and knowledge. Your public profile page is accessible through a link like this one : http://coderscrowd.com/app/vcard/user/**<YOUR_USERNAME>** Which will give…

Solving problems at CodersCrowd : Where to Start

Building a programmer reputation at CodersCrowd starts with solving others problems. We have several programming languages implemented so far, so it is very easy to pick one problem and work on it. First login to your account. You will be able to see the list of all codes posted on…