2020.03.20 in #452
CY's Take on Perl Weekly Challenge #052
Cheok-Yin first attempt to blog about his contributions.
2020.03.22 in #452
To-Study Plan: a beginning to OO in Perl
Cheok-Yin Fung shared his plan to learn OO in Perl. He already received worthy advise by brian d foy.
2020.03.27 in #453
Tree as a tool for enumeration - CY's take on PWC#053 Task 2
Cheok-Yin showed how to use Tree to solve the Vowel String task.
2020.03.29 in #453
Rotation in R^2 - CY's take on PWC#053 Task 1
Cheok-Yin blog is never boring to read.
2020.04.04 in #454
CY's take on PWC#054
Cheok shared his fight to resolve the Extra credit task. Must Read.
2020.04.19 in #456
the Giant Planet of Perl
Cheok-Yin shared his discovery in the Giant Planet of Perl. Nice reading.
2020.04.26 in #457
CY's take on Perl Weekly Challenge on #057
Cheok-Yin shared his fun with the Invert Tree task. A very interesting story.
2020.05.09 in #459
CY's take on Perl Weekly Challenge #059
Cheok-Yin shared LISP solution to the Linked List task, interesting.
2020.05.15 in #460
CY's Post on PWC#060: Numbers with Headache
Check out how Cheok-Yin took the Find Numbers task to another level. Must Read.
2020.06.05 in #463
CY's Recent Submission for PWC(061-063)
Cheok-Yin shared combined blog for Challenge 61-63. Short and Precise.
2020.06.15 in #464
CY's Post on PWC#064 - my shortcomings
Cheok-Yin analysis of code performance is great. Check it out.
2020.07.06 in #467
CY's Take on PWC#067
Cheok-Yin never misses the opportunity to suprise us. You can't afford to miss the blog.
2020.08.14 in #473
CY's Recent Submission for PWC(068-073)
Cheok-Yin presents collection of blogs in one place. I simply love the narration.
2020.08.24 in #474
Self Challenge and Weekly Challenge (CY's Take on #074 Task 1)
I wish a longer blog from Cheok-Yin. I find his blog very addictive.
2020.08.29 in #475
Time Challenge (CY's Take on PWC#075 Task 1)
Cheok-Yin has done thorough performance analysis of her solutions in Perl, Python, Lisp and Java. Plenty of interesting facts and figures.
2020.08.30 in #475
How and What to do in Programming (CY's Take on PWC#075 Task 2)
Cheok-Yin took the bonus task first of printing Histogram, then followed up to deal with the main task.
2020.09. in #477
Expand one into two - CY's Take on TWC#077
Cheok-Yin task analysis is worth reading. Highly Recommended.
2020.09.06 in #476
Sum of Individuals Gives Meaning - CY's Take on PWC#076
Cheok-Yin used Goldbach's conjecture to solve "Prime Sum" task. She shared her fight with the other task "Word Search".
2020.11.15 in #486
CY's Take on PWC#086
Cheok-Yin impressed me with his blog post. It looks like a chapter from a text book. Great Job.
2020.11.29 in #488
CY's Take on PWC#088
Cheok-Yin's blog is always fun to read. Plenty to absorb on the meat of the solution.
2020.12.06 in #489
CY's Brute-Force Take on Task 2 of PWC#089
Cheok-Yin is another gem of a blogger. She can take you to another world with her writings.
2021.01.09 in #494
CY's Take on PWC#094
I like the fighting nature of Cheok-Yin. Don't give up; you are doing great.
2021.04.26 in #509
CY's Take on PWC#109
Cheok-Yin took the challenge to another level. You have to check it out yourself. Keep it up.
2021.05.03 in #510
CY's Take on PWC#110
I loved his frank admission the checking other contributions and building a different solution is not an easy job. Kudo to your efforts.
2021.05.18 in #513
CY's Take on The Weekly Challenge #113
Cheok always surprises me with something new and this week also we got two very clever solutions. Keep it up.
2021.06.27 in #518
CY's Take on The Weekly Challenge #118 Task 1
You should definitely check out her interpretation of task #1. I enjoyed it thoroughly.
2021.06.27 in #518
CY's Puzzle Created for The Weekly Challenge #118 ‐ Pre-processing
Cheok-Yini, being the creator of the task #2, took special interest in explaining every little thing about the task. I appreciate her sincerity.
2021.07.07 in #520
CY's Take on The Weekly Challenge #120 ‐ Histories, Experiences, Reflections
Cheok-Yin's blog is always fun to read. I am pleasantly surprised to see Team PWC share information and help each other.
2021.07.09 in #520
How I Uploaded a CPAN Module
Cheok-Yin's first hand experience on how to upload a CPAN module.
2021.07.22 in #522
Random Thought: Exposure of Perl in the Academic Circles
A very nice collection about the usage of Perl in Academic Circles.
2021.07.31 in #523
CY's Take on The Weekly Challenge #123 ‐ N-cube
It makes me proud to see the progress in Cheok-Yin. The quality of her blog is the proof. Highly Recommended.
2021.09.03 in #528
CY's Take on The Weekly Challenge #128
A very special presentation of the Minimum Platform task, complete with unit tests. Great job.
2021.09.08 in #529
Basic Data Structure Experiments with Object::Pad
Cheok-Yin shared the brilliant use of Object::Pad. I am impressed by the design and clarity. Keep it up.
2021.09.26 in #531
CY's Take on The Weekly Challenge #131
Cheok-Yin shared a bonus solution in Julia as well as Perl. Well done and keep it up.
2021.11.14 in #538
CY's Take on The Weekly Challenge #138 Task 1 and Some Previous Tasks on Calendar Date
Cheok-Yin is back with a cool blog post, collections of more than just one week. I loved the narrations. Keep it up great work.
2021.12.12 in #542
2022.01.15 in #547
CY's Take on The Weekly Challenge #147
Cheok-Yin is back to blogging with a bang. She has a very interesting style. You don't want to skip it.
2022.01.26 in #549
CY's Take on The Weekly Challenge #149 Task 2
Cheok-Yin'd blog post is full of variations of the same task. Enjoyable post, as always. Thanks for sharing.
2022.05.01 in #562
CY's Take on The Weekly Challenge #162
Nice blog about the use of Julia to solve the weekly challenge. Thank you for sharing.
2022.05.17 in #565
CY's Take on The Weekly Challenge #165
Cheok=Yin's blog is lot more than just the solutions and I loved that. Keep it up great work.
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