DataBread : TOOL TO TRACK YOUR ALGORITHMIC RATINGS

DataBread


Hello Guys,

I take the pleasure in introducing you to DataBread.

Following are some of it’s great and unique advantages which you cannot find anywhere else.

  1. It is a tool where you get all your contest ratings in a generalized or aggregate form at one place(from CodeForces, CodeChef, HackerRank, SPOJ and HackerEarth for now).

  2. The website also has an option to add a link to your LinkedIn Profile.
    This makes the website an awesome choice for organisations which hire on the basis of Competitive Programming.

  3. Also the Leaderboard contains coders from all over the world.
    This can be filtered according to your Institution or Country name, so now it’s easy to find your Friends there.

  4. The User profile page consists of details about a particular user which include all of their provided usernames to their profiles and their LinkedIn Account links.
    You may reach the user profile page either directly through the Leaderboard or through the User Search Page.

  5. Also, the website is growing immensely, 200+ users Already onboard, and it’s not even a month.


So for now,
All the Best.
Code Hard

UPDATE


Added Analysis on the User Profile Page
Check Your Profiles HERE. It shows the percentage of your ratings taken in account while calculating DataBread Ratings.

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Looking Forward to see you on the LeaderBoard.

Register Yourself HERE

Drop Your COMMENTS below

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Great Job.

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@mathecodician thank you.

So far, I did not find anything extra to suggest. It even has link for LinkedIn Profile. I mean, you people essentially took care of everything, so I can just say that 'Bravo! Well done!!" :slight_smile:

EDIT 1- BTW, what was the motive behind doing this? I am just asking what purpose you people had in mind when you all thought that “Yeah! Lets do this!”. I might be able to give some suggestions if I know the aim. :slight_smile:

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@vijju123 Thank you so much for the appreciation. :smiley:

As far as the motive is concerned, it was just to make sure that all of your progress in competitive programming is available at a single place. This can prove to be really helpful for organisations which shortlist candidates on the basis of competitive programming and save them from the headache of peeping into each of their profile individually.

Also you can filter the leaderboard according to your institution and rank yourself among your friends. Its always fun competing with friends.

If you like it why not give it a try? :slight_smile:

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I see. Then you have done a good job. You people included almost all major sites. The only thing I might say is that keep a track of such websites and keep on adding new ones/removing obsolete old ones. Staying updated with the trend is what will immensely help you. I wish you lots of success :slight_smile:

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It’s a nice initiative but there should be a provision that you can see the leader-board of the friends after adding them rather than showing that entire leader-board to everyone(Just a suggestion).

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Actually you can filter the Leaderboard by your institution name. That might help in finding your friends.

Thank You :slight_smile:

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Nice work and congrats to all the team members. Interface and web designing is so nice and user-friendly that any one can share or login here. I personally suggest you to contact to Codechef by email. And tell him about about your work.

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Thank You. :slight_smile:

I tried it just now. great work ! It would be nice if you can provide an analysis also…like total submissions WA , TLE , problems solved etc or maybe i didn’t noticed that feature

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Its really a nice effort … it shows love for the competitive programming…cheers to them:)

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Can you add a feature so that we can add other people’s account. Because otherwise only a few people who get to know about this will be shown on the leaderboard and by using this feature we can add many more people so as to increase the size of the leaderboard.

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It would be better if you share databread with your friends instead of adding them. This would help to maintain integrity of our database otherwise there could be duplicate users also.

This is our facebook page. You can share it with your friends.

And yes thanks for your suggestion :smiley:

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Thank you. :smiley:

great job!! The website is simple and fluid. Its like a perfect combo!

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Thanks, why don’t you register yourself and be a part of it? :smiley:

Hey dear! It just occurred to me (trivial Q but its important nonetheless)-

How are you guys making sure that one is entering correct usernames? One may potentially abuse/exploit databread by entering wrong usernames.

Eg- Person X may enter username of some other person Y, who is a top coder/has high ratings on hackerrank/SPOJ etc to inflate his ratings or show himself a more desirable candidate by this ill-trick.

Since your motive was also directed towards organisations hiring individuals, how are you making sure that the information entered by the person is authentic?

(You don’t have to tell how actually, just reply with Yes or No to imply that the issue has been already addressed to. :slight_smile: )

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Yes. Already have a way to cope up with this.
Thank you.

:slight_smile:

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Thanks for reply! Its good that you guys are prepared :slight_smile:

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