Platform hosts coding battles that could land software engineers great gigs

CodeFights connects software engineers and coding experts around the world in challenging “fights” where they get to flex their coding muscle and face up against others. Winning means a chance to land on the leaderboard or even a job at companies like Uber.

In the platform, coders sign up for an account and get immediate access to the forum, tournaments, challenges and battles against bots. These bots are designed to represent challenges tech companies might face on any given day.

Users, nicknamed “Codefighters,” can challenge one another to a duel. They can also join organized tournaments, compete against members in earning the top place and rake up experience points. An average challenge will comprise of three to five challenges of varying degrees of difficulty. Coders who can do it the quickest, with a priority on accuracy, win.

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