List of Problemsets
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Online judges with (mostly) ACM problems
- UVa Problemset - http://acm.uva.es/p - The Valladolid University Online Judge. Over N problems, for a reasonable value of N. The problems are culled from old contests, and online contests.
- ACM-ICPC Live Archive - http://acmicpc-live-archive.uva.es/nuevoportal/ - The 2000's ACM-ICPC Live Archive Around the World. Contains actual problems from regionals and finals from 2000 on.
- IOI - International Olympiad in Informatics - http://olympiads.win.tue.nl/ioi/, http://www.ioinformatics.org
- TopCoder - http://www.topcoder.com - Quasi-weekly programming competitions from algorithms to components to marathons.
- Canadian Computing Competition - A two-stage annual olympiad. For solutions up to 2015, see this categorization of past Stage 1s by topic. For more recent problems (with some solutions) along with those used in the second stage of the competition, click here.
- SPb IFMO Training Sessions - http://neerc.ifmo.ru/trains/ (Note, all problems appear to be in Russian)
- South African Computer Olympiad - http://olympiad.cs.uct.ac.za/old/ - Archive of finals and IOI training contests
- CodeChef - http://www.codechef.com - Ongoing monthly algorithm programming competitions and short weekend challenges with prizes. Also has practice problems ranging from easy to hard.
- Panda Online Judge - https://pandaoj.com - Contains hundreds of competitive programming problems, also acts as virtual judge for other online judges, have helpful features for users.
- URI Online Judge - http://www.urionlinejudge.com.br/ Programming practice site for students and teams with several problems divided into 8 categories covering several programming subjects
- Project Euler - http://projecteuler.net - Project Euler consists of challenging mathematical or computer science problems.
- Open Source Instititute - http://www.osix.net - Increasingly difficult "programming puzzles" to solve, including steganography, cryptography and plain-old algorithms.
- Python Challenge - http://www.pythonchallenge.com/ A series of cute puzzles to solve. You don't have to use Python (but some problems reference specific Python libraries)