RECAP - Perl Weekly Challenge - 013

Sunday, Jun 23, 2019| Tags: Perl5, Perl6

This week, Joelle Maslak sent us the first solution in Perl6 as Pull Request [#265]. Then came Scimon Proctor, again in Perl6 as Pull Request [#266]. Kevin Colyer submitted the next in Perl6 as Github gist. By now, I started thinking where are all #Perl5 hackers. I didn’t have to wait longer, Pete Houston sent us the solution in Perl5 by email. Finally we had our first complete solution in Perl5 by Dave Jacoby as Pull Request [#271]. Chart started looking balanced.

The Perl Weekly Challenge 013 is also very special as it is the first challenge that has prize associated with it. It is always nice to be rewarded but we will keep the focus on Fun and Knowledge Sharing.


Adam Russell

Adam Russell

Adam is a very active member of the team. His blog introduced me to few interesting links. You should check it out yourself. [#1] [#2] [BLOG]

Andrezgz

Andrezgz

Like, most of the members, Andrezgz also used DateTime module to solve the friday challenge. For recursive method challenge, he kept it simple and clean. I noticed something really special $/. Any guesses? [#1] [[#2](https://github.com/manwar/perlweeklychallenge-club/blob/master/challenge-013/andrezgz/perl5/ch-2.pl]

Arne Sommer

Arne Sommer

Arne is one of my favourite team member and I always make sure to read his blog for one reason and that is to learn Perl6. [BLOG]

Athanasius

Athanasius

For the first, Athanasius blogged about his solutions to the Perl Weekly Challenge. Congratulations. [#1] [#2] [BLOG]

Daniel Mantovani

Daniel Mantovani

I love the comment in the source code. It is so much fun and very informative. [#1] [#2]

Dave Jacoby

Dave Jacoby

Dave literaly wrote this blog while attending the keynote by Sawyer X at TPCiP. You can’t afford to miss his blog. [#1] [#2] [BLOG]

Duncan C. White

Duncan C. White

I like the use of Date::Manip and Function::Parameters. It makes code so easy to follow. You can’t miss the small notes in the source code. [#1] [#2]

E. Choroba

E. Choroba

Choroba always blog about the weekly challenge solution. I always learn something new from his blog. Please do check his blog. [#1] [#2] [BLOG]

Guillermo Ramos

Guillermo Ramos

Guillermo solved the Friday challenge without any complications. Such a clean solution. Like other members, he also used memoize for the second recursive method challenge. He even attempted the optional API challenge. Congratulations. [#1] [#2] [#3]

Gustavo Chaves

Gustavo Chaves

I missed Gustavo’s blog this time. However his solution to this week challenge was very pretty and precise. [#1] [#2

Jaldhar H. Vyas

Jaldhar H. Vyas

Jaldhar has been participating regularly to the challenge every week but this is the first time he blogged about it. Checkout his blog. [#1] [#2] [BLOG]

Joelle Maslak

Joelle Maslak

Joelle is one of the few members who always attempt the API challenge. However we missed her BLOG this week. [#1] [#2] [#3]

Kian-Meng Ang

Kian-Meng Ang

Our in-house Perl5 Reviewer, is now regularly solving the optional API challenge. The Friday challenge solution is simple and straight forward. [#1] [#3]

Laurent Rosenfeld

Laurent Rosenfeld

Laurent’s blog is always special and very informative. He not just talks about the challenge solution but also takes you to the edge case and shows how to deal with it. [#1] [#2] [BLOG]

Lubos Kolouch

Lubos Kolouch

Lubos is the newest member of the team from Czech Republic. He didn’t waste any time and submitted the solution in the very first week. Welcome on board. [#1] [#2]

Maxim Nechaev

Maxim Nechaev

Maxim made the Friday challenge looks kids play. His recursive method challenge solution simply blown my mind. He is too good. You must check out his code. [#1] [#2]

Neil Bowers

Neil Bowers

Neil Bowers took the optional API challenge to another level and published interface to Words API. Checkout his blog about his story. [BLOG]

Pete Houston

Pete Houston

Pete only solved the Friday challenge but I liked the way he used Time::Piece and Time::Seconds. A very unique and different approach. [#1]

Ruben Westerberg

Ruben Westerberg

Ruben also used Time::Piece and Time::Seconds just like Pete Houston but his approach is so different. This is the power of Perl. [#1] [#2]

Scimon Proctor

Scimon Proctor

Simon has been contributing to the Perl Weekly Challenge since the first week. However recently he is only focussing in #Perl6 solutions. After a long gap, he blogged about his soluions. BLOG]

Steven Wilson

Steven Wilson

Steven has been one of the consistent contributors of the Perl Weekly Challenge. However this is the first time, he blogged about his solutions. I must say, he has impressed me with his writing as well now. [#1] [#2] [BLOG]

Yozen Hernandez

Yozen Hernandex

Yozen, is one of the few members, I always look forward to. His solutions are always clear and precise. The narrative in his blog is easy to follow. [#1] [#2] [BLOG]


Last but not the least, I would like to request all members, please send us your photo to use in the weekly blog, if not already sent.

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