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21.08.2019
Sébastien Combéfis
Lecturer at ECAM
Bebras Junior Fr

À l’aide d’une vieille balance retrouvée dans mon grenier, qui permet de comparer le poids de...

758 answers
401 good - 357 bad
 
21.08.2019
Martin Alexander Neumann
Research and Teaching Assistant at Karlsruhe Institute of Technology
Java

Given the following map:

371 answers
134 good - 237 bad
 
01.10.2019
Gilles Meyer
Freelance AI consultant at GMind analytics
Machine Learning .NET

ML.NET can be further extended to function with ML librairies like;

913 answers
73 good - 840 bad
 
21.08.2019
Jean-François Henrard
Senior Analyst Developer at Groupe Open Belgium
Java

What is the result of this code ?

421 answers
144 good - 277 bad
 
09.09.2019
Sylvain Le Gouellec
Expert Technique Junior .NET at CGI
.NET

Que retourne cette fonction ?
static int ReturnSomeWhat()
{

206 answers
171 good - 35 bad
 
21.08.2019
Daniel Penninck
Co-Founder & advisor at Block0.io
Java

What is the output of the following code:

378 answers
192 good - 186 bad
 
21.08.2019
José San Román
VP of Engineering at ING Bank Spain
Java

What is the output when executing this code?

449 answers
161 good - 288 bad
 
26.03.2018
Sébastien Combéfis
Lecturer at ECAM
Bebras

Castor Béatrice a découvert cinq sortes de potions magiques qui ont les effets suivants :

120 answers
37 good - 83 bad
 
21.08.2019
François Lechat
Senior Consultant at Intys FSA
Agile/Scrum

What is the role of management in Scrum ?

148 answers
131 good - 17 bad
 
02.10.2019
Olivier Matis
Xamarin

Xamarin is using AOT compiling for iOS applications, it means :

364 answers
142 good - 222 bad
 
21.08.2019
Fabian Vilers
Software Craftsman at Dev One
.NET

Which of the following display the number 42?

96 answers
27 good - 69 bad
 
21.08.2019
David Hernie
Partner Business Evangelist at Microsoft Belux
.NET

What are two benefits that are realized by compiling Windows apps with .NET Native?

97 answers
48 good - 49 bad
 
21.08.2019
Thomas Clauwaert
Network & Infrastructure

Imagine setting up a Linux virtual machine (for example Debian) with a NAT network interface on...

709 answers
50 good - 659 bad
 
21.08.2019
Thierry Severs
Chef de travaux at ISIB
Java

The following statements are all in the same package :

274 answers
0 good - 274 bad
 
27.09.2019
Suzanne Kieffer
Research Associate at Université Catholique de Louvain
UX/Usability

Which one of Nielsen’s principles do these interactive components most fit?

187 answers
72 good - 115 bad
 
21.08.2019
Oliver Szymanski
IT Consultant at Source Knights Ltd
Java

Look at this Java main method:

195 answers
19 good - 176 bad
 
01.10.2019
Fabien Dehopré
Senior Frontend Developer at Satellit
ES6

What part of the following statement is optional?  const foo = (a) => { return a * a; };

558 answers
88 good - 470 bad
 
01.10.2019
Gilles Meyer
Freelance AI consultant at GMind analytics
Machine Learning .NET

Microsoft.Extensions.ML:

222 answers
143 good - 79 bad
 
26.03.2018
Sébastien Combéfis
Lecturer at ECAM
Bebras

Le bebrocarina est un instrument de musique populaire chez les castors.

380 answers
307 good - 73 bad
 
21.08.2019
Gilles Flisch
Microsoft Tailor Made Development Manager at Elia
UWP .NET

How do I update a tile automatically with no push notification.

262 answers
249 good - 13 bad
 
21.08.2019
Suzanne Kieffer
Research Associate at Université Catholique de Louvain
Database

In software engineering, which model is normally developed to be instantiated as a database ?

74 answers
8 good - 66 bad
 
21.08.2019
Bebras Community
Bebras Junior Fr

Voici un tableau qui résume les données collectées sur les jeunes élèves qui étudient à l’école...

892 answers
5 good - 887 bad
 
21.08.2019
Vincent Lycoops
Java

"Considering the following code, what will be displayed on the standard output?"

251 answers
80 good - 171 bad
 
01.10.2019
Fabien Dehopré
Senior Frontend Developer at Satellit
JavaScript

What is the value of x.length after running the following code?

200 answers
200 good - 0 bad
 
21.08.2019
Sébastien Combéfis
Lecturer at ECAM
Bebras

Kim en Wim spelen een spelletje op een bord van 4 bij 4 velden.

377 answers
365 good - 12 bad
 
21.08.2019
Philippe Roose
Head of Computer Science Department & LIUPPA/T2I Research Team at IUT de Bayonne / UPPA
Java
public class A {
  public static void main(String[] args) {
    int i=0...
266 answers
171 good - 95 bad
 
21.08.2019
Gilles Flisch
Microsoft Tailor Made Development Manager at Elia
.NET

When calling a WebApi service protected with OAuth 2.0.

93 answers
55 good - 38 bad
 
21.08.2019
José San Román
VP of Engineering at ING Bank Spain
Java

How many objects will be created if Strings are created this way?

928 answers
36 good - 892 bad
 
26.03.2018
Sébastien Combéfis
Lecturer at ECAM
Bebras

Les Castors et les Alligators jouent ensemble à un jeu.

547 answers
450 good - 97 bad
 
21.08.2019
Mani Sarkar
Software Craftsman, Java/JVM Developer, Conf speaker, Blogger, various dev. comm. & conf, infra/containers/virtual tech & Steering Committee M at DevoxxUK
Java

How would you refactor the below block of code, such that its performant, easy to read and...

139 answers
7 good - 132 bad