RECAP - Perl Weekly Challenge - 011

Monday, Jun 10, 2019| Tags: Perl5, Perl6

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 Russell

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]

Alicia Bielsa

Alicia approached the Fahrenheit-Celcius challenge is a very unique style. You must take a look. I also liked how she deals with the Indentity Matrix challenge so cleanly. [#1] [#2]

Andrezgz

Andrezgz used while loop very smartly to solve the Fahrenheit-Celcius challenge. Even the Identity Matrix solution is very elegant. Please do take a look. [#1] [#2]

Arne Sommer

As always Arns came up with thorough explanation of his solutions to Challenge 011. It is always fun reading his blog. [BLOG]

Athanasius

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 Mantovani

Daniel only solved the first challenge Fahrenheit-Celcius challenge this time. His approach is really interesting. [#1]

Dave Jacoby

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

Duncan solution to the Fahrenheit-Celcius challenge is very interesting. You must take a look. For Indentity Matrix, he cleverly used the cool trick. [#1] [#2]

E. Choroba

I simply loved both the solutions to the Farhenheit-Celcius and Indentity Matrix challenge by Choroba. On top, he even explained in details in his blog. [#1] [#2] [BLOG]

Feng Chang

Feng, joined the weekly challenge with the bang. He skipped the Fahrenheit-Celcius challenge but solved the Identity Matrix and API challenge. [#2] [#3]

Gustavo Chaves

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

I was pleasantly surprised by the timely submission of solutions this time. I really admire his dedication. Please do checkout his solution to both the challenges. [#1] [#2]

Joelle Maslak

Joelle is also one of the few who always take on the optional API challenge. This time, I did miss her blog very badly, But never mind, I still had her solution to read. [#1] [#2] [#3]

Kian-Meng Ang

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]

Kivanc Yazan

Kivanc, of Pull Request Club fame, solved the weekly challenge with lots of detailed description in the code. He solved the Identity Matrix challenge without using any library. [#1] [#2]

Laurent Rosenfeld

No one can beat, Laurent, in my opinion with his detailed approach to each week challenge. He is simply the Genius. I admire his dedication. [#1] [#2] [BLOG]

Maxim Nechaev

Maxim is now regular to the weekly challenge. He always surprised me with his solutions every week. [#1] [#2]

Pete Houston

Pete, came back after a short break. I liked his solution to the Fahrenheit-Celcius challenge. I hope to see him regular now. [#1]

Ruben Westerberg

Ruben made the Fahrenheit-Celcius challenge looks like kids play. I loved it. He kept the Indentity Matrix solution also very simple. [#1] [#2]

Steven Wilson

Steven attempted the API challenge this week, I am very impressed. His solutions to the other two challenges are really cool as well. [#1] [#2] [#3]

Yozen Hernandez

I am becoming fan of Yozen now. I love reading his blog. Checkout his solutions. [#1] [#2] [BLOG]

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.

SO WHAT DO YOU THINK ?

If you have any suggestions or ideas then please do share with us.