We believe in "learn by doing". You will be practising a lot in all courses, whether solving programming exercises or creating complex projects. We have lessons for all different levels of programming experiences; it does not matter if you are a beginner or an experienced coder, you will find your place here.
In addition to the courses, you also will be writing code to solve practical programming exercises. Neps has an Online Judge; a software the evaluate your code in real-time, thanks to it you will know if your solution is correct, if it is wrong, maybe it is too slow or have further problems. This way, you know that you are really learning the content.
You can use only the Online Judge feature and practice solving hundreds of programming exercises available. However, the best way to enjoy Neps is to enrol in one of the courses, where you will both learn the content and practice simultaneously.
Learn to code is not the only thing that you will be doing it Neps. During your journey, you can get in contact with thousands of students around the world to share knowledge and have fun learning together. Many of our students have a great time chatting on our Discord server.
If you are a true beginner you can start from the very basic, learning concepts like "what is a computer?" and "what is a programming language?". Quickly you will learn how to program and will be training advanced concepts like Dynamic Programming, Graphs and Complex Data Structures (yes, you can start in the advanced part if you already know your way through programming).
Our platform will evaluate your code in real-time. In some seconds you will know if your code is correct, if it is wrong, maybe it is too slow, and so on... This way will you know that you are really learning the content and not just pretending 😄.
Some people are doing a computer science-related course at the university and want a supplementary material. They enjoy Neps because it is super interactive and have an amazing community. Be able to exchange knowledge with people all around the world is amazing.
Some people are training for programming competitions like IOI or ICPC. Neps is one of the best sites in the world do it. In addition to having an online judge (a software that checks the correctness of submitted code), it also teaches most of the concepts required in such competitions. All in one place.
Some people are already working (or want to start they career) in big tech companies. Such companies require its programmers to have a solid knowledge of basic programming techniques and algorithms. To keep their skills always sharp, these programmers use Neps to learn and practice.
We have a Discord Server with thousands of students. It is the perfect place to share your knowledge and experiences with people that want to improve as much as you do. You can discuss solutions to programming exercises, talk about some programming technique or even talk about some course that you are taking this semester at the University. In short, it is a nice place to meet nice people 😉.
Neps has a Progression System that allows you to track your skills through different subjects. Additionally, it also has rankings where you can evaluate yourself against students all around the world. This two systems combined help you to keep yourself always motivated and ready to achieve the next goal.
We regularly host programming competitions where you are required to solve programming exercises under time pressure. But that is not all, at Neps you can create your own competitions. You can use any programming exercise available at Neps or create your own. Competitions are a great way to have fun with friends!
At Neps we are all about community! So everyone can create new programming exercises and share them with the community. If you have a PRO subscription you can even create your own competitions to have fun with friends or challenge people in your institution.
To keep you updated with the latest news we have a Blog. There you will find the news about Neps like new features and development updates. Additionally, we also post news about programming like recommendations of tools, tips and tricks and tutorials that may not fit in one of our courses.
We will start migrating our Professor's Platform only after the Early Access.