I’ve been thoroughly enjoying Clash of Code, although I’ve observed that many challenges seem to share a similar level of difficulty. To my understanding, the problems are randomly selected and do not correlate with one’s rating.
As I’m currently preparing for interviews, I find the 15-minute time frame of Clash of Code challenges particularly appealing, as it closely resembles the 20-minute problem-solving rule often applied in interview scenarios.
While the time constraint provides a great simulation of real-world scenarios, I’ve noticed that the complexity and diversity of the problems could be improved. Most of the challenges I’ve encountered primarily involve string manipulation. There was one instance where a problem required matrix rotation, but I have yet to come across problems that necessitate the use of dynamic programming or recursion, or any that are comparable to Leetcode Medium difficulty.
Is there something I’m overlooking? Do Clash of Code challenges encompass these types of problems?