I started doing Project Euler problems occasionally with the assumption that it was a good way to either (1) learn a new language, or (2) as a healthy way to keep practicing programming. It turns out, however, that what I *really* end up doing is "brute-forcing" problems that are really *math* problems.

So while I really should continue, I should do so by learning more math, instead of banging away at bad implementations. When I looked around for options for these, I realized that (as in so many other things) we're spoilt for choice! Options abound, ranging from the "Daily Programmer" subreddit, to dedicated (*free!*) practice sites like CodeEval, HackerRank, or CoderByte.

Eventually I just picked one at random and decided to start doing roughly one problem a day (I picked CodeWars, which has an amusing "dojo" feel to it). We'll see how long it lasts :)

**Edit**: There is a bigger list of "coding challenge" sites here.