The Amazing Idea: (/s) Then it occurred to me the other day that I/we could set up a repository on Github for debugging exercises, it would of course be open source, free as in speech, and all that good stuff. I figure each exercise would consist of:
- A JS file with a specific bug (or bugs in more advanced cases)
- A separate file with hints as to how to find the problem and possibly the answer at the end of the file, but I don’t want to encourage peeking (cause I’m lazy , and don’t want to give myself an easy way out)
- An HTML file with which to test the JS code (Maybe we put the hints here)
I did some searching and found this, which is pretty much what I was thinking of, but small and copyrighted. I’d like to have something that we could work on, expand, and update as a community, a Free Code Camp Community Debugging Practice Repository, if you will. I think if we could get just a few people working on it together we could make something pretty awesome. Plus, it would be good practice collaborating on an open-source project.
What do you gals/guys think? Anyone interested? Thoughts/Suggestions/Unrelated puns welcome.