2019.04.04 in #402
Perl Weekly Challenge 002
Adam Russell joined the team in the second week but solved last week challenge as well. Here he explains the solution to the second challenge.
2019.04.14 in #403
Perl Weekly Challenge 003
2019.04.16 in #404
Another Week Another Challenge
Adam Russell taking on another challenge and shares his experience.
2019.04.26 in #405
Interesting use of Fundamental Theorem of Arithmetic, Adam showed it helped him solve Anagrams challenge.
2019.05.09 in #407
Perl Weekly Challenge 007
2019.05.14 in #408
Perl Weekly Challenge 008
Adam solutions always focus on performance. Read the blog to find out more.
2019.05.26 in #409
Perl Weekly Challenge 009
Adam is one of the consistent blogger about weekly challenge. He again came up with clean solution with lots of explanation.
2019.06.02 in #410
Perl Weekly Challenge 010
I love the way Adam Russell approached each challenge. It made me re-wired my own solution.
2019.06.09 in #411
Perl Weekly Challenge 011
Adam made the challenge looks like a child's play. Please take a look.
2019.06.16 in #412
Perl Weekly Challenge 012
Adam, as always, came up with detailed solution for the challenge 012.
2019.06.23 in #413
Perl Weekly Challenge 013
Adam is also very active member of the team. His blog introduced me to few interesting links. Check it out yourself.
2019.06.30 in #414
Perl Weekly Challenge 014
2019.07.14 in #416
Perl Weekly Challenge 016
I enjoyed the discussion of the task in the blog as it shows the thought process. Highly Recommended.
2019.07.19 in #417
Perl Weekly Challenge 017
Adam literaly converted the task spec into perl subroutine. It can't be any simpler. Great use of Parse::Yapp, I must confess it took me long to get my head around.
2019.07.28 in #418
Perl Weekly Challenge 018
Adam use of Class::Struct brought back good old memories. This is the beauty of weekly challenge that you are free to experiment with different ideas. You must read the blog.
2019.07.31 in #419
Perl Weekly Challenge 019
Adam re-used some code from previous week challenge. He used Sakamoto method to calculate "day of week".
2019.08.11 in #420
Perl Weekly Challenge 020
I noticed, Adam, attempted Perl6 for the first time. Please do checkout his blog.
2019.08.24 in #422
Perl Weekly Challenge 022
I loved the comment by Adam that he learnt LZW compression for the first time. I am relieved that I am not the only one. I loved his compression algorithm.
2019.09.08 in #424
Inverted Index Formatting
The best part of Adam's blog is his detailed explanation of his solution.
2019.09.15 in #425
Pokemon Name Ladder
Adam made use of graph theory to solve Pokemon sequence task. It is always fun to read the blog.
2019.09.15 in #425
Chaocipher Card Simulation
Adam used card deck to show his solution to Chaocipher. A very interesting take, must read.
2019.09.22 in #426
Perl Weekly Challenge 026
Adam, ex-Champion, came up with his unique blog. You can't afford to miss it.
2019.09.29 in #427
Perl Weekly Challenge 027
Adam shares how he used standard formula to figure out intersection of two lines.
2019.10.06 in #428
Perl Weekly Challenge 028
Adam solved the "Digital Clock" using POE::Component::Schedule and some ANSI escape codes. Please do checkout.
2019.10.13 in #429
Perl Weekly Challenge 029
I simply loved how Adam explained with an include C file and steps to execute.
2019.10.19 in #430
Perl Weekly Challenge 030
Reading Adam's blog always enjoyable, specially the section NOTE in the end.
2019.10.26 in #431
Perl Weekly Challenge 031
Adam took the challenge to another level by doing in C++. Please do checkout the blog for more details.
2019.11.03 in #432
Perl Weekly Challenge 032
Adam has been consistent with C++ solutions now a days.
2019.11.10 in #433
Perl Weekly Challenge 033
Adam used Perl formatting magic very beautifully for Task #2. Even Raku solution looks very similar to Perl. Great.
2019.11.17 in #434
Perl Weekly Challenge 034
A very short and precise blog, specially the Task #2 solution.
2019.11.23 in #435
Perl Weekly Challenge 035
As always the case, Adam, once again presented the solutions elegantly.
2019.12.01 in #436
Perl Weekly Challenge 036
Adam blogged about Task #1: VIN validation.
2019.12.08 in #437
Weekdays and Daytimes
Adam went one step further and fetched the data using web scraping technique. A very good use of HTML::TableExtract.
2019.12.15 in #438
Perl Weekly Challenge 038
Adam used the power of regex to solve the task. Please do checkout.
2019.12.22 in #439
Adam, like every week, is bang on the topic. Interesting Read.
2019.12.29 in #440
Perl Weekly Challenge 040
Adam's Notes made it so special this week. Thank you Adam.
2020.01.05 in #441
Perl Weekly Challenge 041
A very interesting trick used in Attractive number task by Adam. Please do checkout.
2020.01.12 in #442
Adam made use of pure Perl solution without any dependency.
2020.01.19 in #443
Perl & Prolog
Adam introducing Prolog beautifully. Must Read.
2020.03.10 in #451
More Perl & Prolog
Adam used Prolog once again to solve the weekly challenge.
2020.04.19 in #456
Graph Visualization (for small graphs)
Adam took us to the trip of Graph Visualization. Interesting Read.
2020.04.26 in #457
Inverting a Binary Tree
Adam seems to be having fun with Graphs these day. His print tree attempt is worth reading.
2020.05.09 in #459
Partition A Linked List
Adam solved the task completely with proper Linked List rule.
2020.05.17 in #460
Perl Weekly Challenge 060
Adam Find Numbers solution is really interesting. Check it out.
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