2019.03.10 in #398
Perl 6 EU Edition
Interesting and smart Perl 6 examples. One advise about EVAL was new to me, about we must specify 'use MONKEY-SEE-NO-EVAL' to make EVAL safe and less dangerous.
2019.04.16 in #404
Perl 6 P(i)ermutations
Arne has been very creative with his solution for the weekly challenge as always.
2019.04.28 in #405
Perl 6 Anagrams
Arne Sommer blogging skill is unbelievable. He is too good. Checkout his work and you will know what I am talking about.
2019.05.12 in #407
Perl 6 The Niven Ladder
2019.05.14 in #408
Perfect Indentation with Perl 6
Arne blog is exceptional in a way that anyone can follow it without any trouble. I have been following his blog since the start of the weekly challenge and I have noticed a very catchy blog title every week.
2019.05.25 in #409
Squared Ranking with Perl 6
Arne with his unique style of writing amazes me every week. I just love reading his blog.
2019.06.01 in #410
Roman Numerals with Perl 6
Arne Sommer, being on vacation last week, still managed to solve one of the challenge. If you look at the quality of his technical writing, it is priceless. A very good reference point for anyone learning Perl 6, very well explained in details.
2019.06.08 in #411
FC Matrix with Perl 6
As always Arns came up with thorough explanation of his solutions to Challenge 011. It is always fun reading his blog.
2019.06.11 in #412
The Euclid Path with Perl 6
The line-by-line explanation of the solution by Arne Sommer is unmatachable.
2019.06.22 in #413
Hofstadter, Friday and Perl 6
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.
2019.06.29 in #414
Van Eck, US States and Perl 6
2019.07.05 in #415
Prime Vigenere and Perl 6
Arne blog as usual as its best. You can't afford to skip it.
2019.07.13 in #416
Pythagoras Bitcoin with Perl 6
Arne is as usual sharp and crystal clear in his understanding and explanation. Ideal for someone new to the language.
2019.07.21 in #417
Ackerman, URL and Perl 6
Arne used multisubs to solve the Ackermann function. He then used Perl6 Grammar to solve URL parser task. Great blog to read.
2019.07.27 in #418
Substrings and Queues with Perl 6
Arne's blog make the learning of Perl6 feature simple and easy to follow. Highly recommended.
2019.07.29 in #419
Word Wrapped Weekends, Perl 6 Edition
Arne, as usual, shows the power of Perl6 with line-by-line explanation.
2019.08.09 in #420
Amicable Split with Perl 6
What a moment, it was for PWC, Arne shared his solution during his talk at The Perl COnference in Riga. I was sitting in the audience and got the opportunity to ask few Perl6 questions.
2019.08.15 in #421
Euler's URL with Perl 6
As always, Arne's started with the magical power of Perl6. You would want more of Perl6 after reading his blog.
2019.08.27 in #423
Random Differential Decomposition with Perl 6
With his unique blogging style, Arne, presented his Perl6 solution in a simple and elegant way. Whether you know Perl6 or not, you are going to love his blog.
2019.08.30 in #423
A Prehistoric Perl 5 & 6 Fizz-E-Buzz
Arne joined the team during thet second week of Perl Weekly Challenge. Therefore he missing the first challenge. With so positive energy among the team these days, he decided to take the first challenge as well.
2019.09.05 in #424
Small Inversions with Perl 6
You are going to love the solution to task #1 by Arne. He simply killed it.
2019.09.15 in #425
Pokemon Chiao, Perl 6
Being a big fan of Arne, I can't stop reading the blog. He is simply the best. You can't afford to miss his blog.
2019.09.19 in #426
String Angling with Perl 6
Arne making use of custom type for Stones and Jewels task is interesting. His use of diagram makes it follow the code.
2019.09.29 in #427
Historical Intersection with Perl 6
One thing special about Arne's blog other than his writing skill, is the catchy title.
2019.10.06 in #428
Perl 6 Binary Clock
Arne discussed Task #1, Unicode vs ASCII in particular in great detail. You can't afford to miss it.
2019.10.11 in #429
Bracen C with Perl 6
As always Perl6 doesn't need lots of coding. Checkout the Perl6 magic.
2019.10.17 in #430
Christmas Twelfth Cometh Perl 6
If you want to fall in love with Raku, just read the solution to Christmas day task by Arne. I bet you will not be disappointed.
2019.10.24 in #431
Dynamic Zero with Raku
Arne explained how dynamic variable name is not a good idea and how you can still get it done in Raku, if you want.
2019.11. in #432
The Raku Instance Bar
Arne mentioned $*ARGFILES in great details. You can't afford to miss it.
2019.11.06 in #433
Addition and Multiplication with Raku
As always, Arne, came up with another gem from Raku. You will learn something new every week as far as Arne's blog is concerned.
2019.11.13 in #434
Sliced Dispatch, the Raku Way
Arne showing the power of REPL of Raku. You wont be disappointed.
2019.11.20 in #435
Morse and Remorse with Raku
Every week, Arne, presented solutions with something new to most of us (Perl Fan). It was "antipairs" this time.
2019.12.01 in #436
Vin Knapsack Meets Raku
Arne made reading Raku code so easy even for someone new to Raku. Amazing Skill.
2019.12.07 in #437
Weekdays, Daylight and Raku
This week, I found Raku solutions easy to follow. Arne had his magic all over as always.
2019.12.14 in #438
Datefinder General, A Raku Wordgame
Arne comes up with Raku magic every week. This week, he came up with "subset where".
2019.12.22 in #439
Reverse Polish Guest Book, Raku Edition
Arne has been a great supporter of Raku and best source of knowledge.
2019.12.22 in #439
Day 22: Off Course
2019.12.26 in #440
Multiple Fun with Arrays and Raku
Arne never stops surprising me with Raku magic every week. Must Read.
2020.01.03 in #441
Attractive Leonardo Numbers with Raku
Arne's one-line Raku solution is the highlight. You don't want to miss it.
2020.01.12 in #442
Octally Balanced Braces with Raku
Arne shows off the power of Raku every week. Do checkout if you want to learn more about Raku.
2020.01.18 in #443
Olympic Numbers with Raku
Arne is undoubtly one of the best Raku expert. Please do checkout.
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