RECAP - Perl Weekly Challenge - 019

Sunday, Aug 4, 2019| Tags: Perl5, Perl6


HEADLINES



The main attraction of last week challenge was Dave Cross. Why? Because it managed to brought Dave Cross back in action. He didn’t just stop there but he even blogged about it. We noticed some of the active members being busy getting ready for next week Perl Conference in Riga. We would like to thank each members for taking time out in the busy schedule and participarted in the weekly challenge.

Last but not the least, keep contributing to the weekly challenge, making sure we keep the focus on Fun and Knowledge Sharing.



DAMIAN CORNER



Watch this space for Damian’s blog about Perl Weekly Challenge. Damian picked up the Longest Common Substring task of Perl Weekly Challenge - 018.



Perl 5 Solutions



Adam Russell

Adam Russell

Adam re-used some code from previous week challenge. He used Sakamoto method to calculate “day of week”. [P5 #1] [P5 #2] [BLOG #1]


Andrezgz

Andrezgz

Andrezgz used the trick of dealing with months with 31 days to solve the Task #1. [P5 #1] [P5 #2]


Daniel Mantovani

Daniel Mantovani

Daniel introduction analysis of Task #1 shows the depth of his understanding. You can’t afford to miss out. [P5 #1] [P5 #2]


Dave Cross

Dave Cross

Dave Cross found the challenge tempting and couldn’t resist. He even blogged about it. [P5 #1] [P5 #2] [BLOG #1]


Dave Jacoby

Dave Jacoby

Dave blogging skill is unique and I am a big fan of his blog. Here also he shares interesting facts and figures with regard to the challenge. [P5 #1] [P5 #2] [BLOG #1]


Duane Powell

Duane Powell

Duane took the hack to another level by not only checking 31 days month but also interested only if the first day is Friday. [P5 #1] [P5 #2]


Duncan C. White

Duncan C. White

Duncan is one member, I always look forward to every week. He always shares his opinion about the weekly challenges. I am glad he liked it this time. He never hesitates in taking help of CPAN. [P5 #1] [P5 #2]


E. Choroba

E. Choroba

E. Choroba, while busy preparing slides for The Perl Conference in Riga, he quickly done the challenge and blog about it. [P5 #1] [P5 #2] [BLOG #1]


Guillermo Ramos

Guillermo Ramos

Guillermo introduced really unique approach to the Task #1. You must checkout yourself. [P5 #1] [P5 #2]


Gustavo Chaves

Gustavo Chaves

Gustavo cane back after a short break. It is always pleasure to see your contributions. [P5 #1] [P5 #2]


Jaime Corchado

Jaime Corchado

Jaime use of cal utility really surprised me. Does it solve the task? [P5 #1] [P5 #2]


Kian-Meng Ang

Kian-Meng Ang

Our in-house Perl5 reviewer got enough time this week to work on main task. I am so glad to see the solutions. [P5 #1] [P5 #2]


Lubos Kolouch

Lubos Kolouch

Lubos is the first who got to solve the task first as he was going to be away for whole week, he requested me to share the challenges in advance so that he could get it done before he disappears. [P5 #1] [P5 #2]


Mark Anderson

Mark Anderson

Mark really impressed me with his solutions week after week. His solution is always to the point. His hack appears to be unique. [P5 #1] [P5 #2]


Pete Houston

Pete Houston

Pete attempted the challenge after a short break. This is the beauty of the challenge that you are not tied to it. However we love to see you week after week. [P5 #1] [P5 #2]

Prajith P

Prajith P

Prajith also came back after short break. Welcome back, we hope to see youregular now. Checkout his solutions. [P5 #1] [P5 #2]


Steven Wilson

Steven Wilson

I was pleasantly surprised to see Steven attempting the optional API task. I hope he keeps doing every week. [P5 #1] [P5 #2] [P5 #3]

Walt Mankowski

Walt Mankowski

Walt shared his hack with other members i.e. deal with 31 days month starts on Friday. [P5 #1] [P5 #2]



Perl 6 Solutions



Arne Sommer

Arne Sommer

Arne, as usual, shows the power of Perl6 with line-by-line explanation. [P6 #1] [P6 #2] [BLOG #1]


Francis Whittle

Francis Whittle

Francis takes us through the solutions in Perl6. He made it look easy and simple. [P6 #1] [P6 #2] [BLOG #1]


Jo Christian Oterhals

Jo Christian Oterhals

After a short break, Jo Christian Oterhals came back and took the weekly challenge. Enjoy his very interesting blog. [P6 #1] [P6 #2] [BLOG #1]


Noud

Noud

Noud has been one the consistent contributors, mostly deals in Perl6. [P6 #1] [P6 #2]


Ozzy

Ozzy

Ozzy is also a big fan of Perl6 and shares his solution every week using his favourite language. [P6 #1] [P6 #2]


Randy Lauen

Randy Lauen

Randy is now a veteran member of the team. He shares his solutions in Perl6. [P6 #1] [P6 #2] [P6 #3]


Scimon Proctor

Scimon Proctor

Scimon seems to have abondoned Perl5 as we don’t see him playing with Perl5 in recent times. Checkout his solutions. [P6 #1] [P6 #2]



Perl 5 and Perl 6 Solutions



Athanasius

Athanasius

I have high regard for Athanasius and every other members who deals with both Perl5 and Perl6 equally. He has been giving equal importance to both. [P5 #1] [P5 #2] [P6 #1] [P6 #2]


Feng Chang

Feng Chang

Feng is one member, who consistently impressed every week. You must checkout his solutions. [P5 #1] [P5 #2] [P6 #1] [P6 #2]


Jaldhar H. Vyas

Jaldhar H. Vyas

Jaldhar just about managed to submit the solutions before the deadline. What I liked most is that he always blog about his solutions. [P5 #1] [P5 #2] [P6 #1] [P6 #2] [BLOG #1]


Joelle Maslak

Joelle Maslak

Joelle is the shining star of the team. She is also very popular among the team members. I have been getting great review about her solutions. You should checkout yourself. [P5 #1] [P5 #2] [P6 #1] [P6 #2]


Laurent Rosenfeld

Laurent Rosenfeld

Laurent back with this intensive analysis. You must checkout his blog first. [P5 #1] [P5 #2] [P6 #1] [P6 #2] [BLOG #1]


Roger Bell West

Roger Bell West

Roger showed his Perl6 for the first time. I was pleasantly surprised to see him taking on Perl6. [P5 #1] [P5 #2] [P6 #1] [P6 #2] [BLOG #1]


Ruben Westerberg

Ruben Westerberg

Ruben is one of the centurions of the team, currently ranked #4, as of today. It shows the consistent contributions to the weekly challenge. [P5 #1] [P5 #2] [P6 #1] [P6 #2]



Last but not the least, I would like to request all members, please send us your photo, that you already use on some other web platform, to use in the weekly blog, if not already sent.



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