I noticed members taking on the optional API challenge more regularly. Before only handfull members bother taking the challenge. I am also happy to see familiar faces coming back to the weekly challenge after short break. I hope they continue with it and enlighten us.
Adam solved the Fahrenheit-Celcius challenge in such a way that even a kid would follow it without any explanation. Simply Cool. He treated the second challenge of Identity Matrix in the similar fashion. Checkout his blog as well. [#1] [#2] [BLOG]
As always Arns came up with thorough explanation of his solutions to Challenge 011. It is always fun reading his blog. [BLOG]
Athanasius solution for Fahrenheit-Celcius challenge is nicely structured. For the Indentity Matrix challenge, he used the CPAN module Scalar::Util::Numeric. He also attempted to solve the API challenge. [#1] [#2] [#3]
Daniel only solved the first challenge Fahrenheit-Celcius challenge this time. His approach is really interesting. [#1]
Dave, as always, came up with full descriptive solution to the Farhenheit-Celcius challenge. He skipped the Identity Matrix challenge, instead solved the optional API challenge. Checkout his blog. [#1] [#3] [BLOG]
Duncan C. White
Gustavo is now regular face to the weekly challenge. You must read the comment in the script. It gives really interesting insight to the Fahrenheit-Celcisu challenge. For the Indentity Matrix, he took a simple straight forward path. [#1] [#2]
Jaldhar H. Vyas
Kian-Meng, our in-house #Perl5 reviewer, came up with one-liner to solve the Fahrenheit-Celcius challenge. For the Indentity Matrix challenge, she took the help of CPAN module Math::MatrixReal. [#1] [#2]
Pete, came back after a short break. I liked his solution to the Fahrenheit-Celcius challenge. I hope to see him regular now. [#1]
Last but not the least, I would like to request all members, at least the one who blogs, please send us your photo to use in the weekly blog, if not already sent.