2020.12.22 in #492
Perl weekly challenge 92
James dealing with Insert Interval in a very unique way. Must Read.
2021.01.09 in #494
Perl weekly challenge 94
James's short and precise blog post for a quick read.
2021.01.15 in #495
Perl weekly challenge 95
Thanks, James for promoting the use of CORE::* methods. A simple and easy-to-follow blog post.
2021.01.30 in #497
Perl weekly challenge 97
James's one liner for Caesar Cipher task is impressive. Even the binary substrings solution is very clever.
2021.02.12 in #499
Perl weekly challenge 99
The best part of this blog post is the discussion of the "Unique Subsequence" task. I read this section twice, just to make sure I understood it
2021.02.16 in #500
Perl weekly challenge 100
James turned out to be a big fan of Perl one-liners. I loved his code.
2021.03.04 in #502
Perl weekly challenge 102
Most of all, I fell in love with the solution to task 2. Very clever solution. Well done.
2021.03.12 in #503
Perl weekly challenge 103
Great example of compact coding with nice indentation. Looks beautiful. Well done.
2021.03.16 in #504
Perl weekly challenge 104
James spoilt us with different variations of FUSC sequence. Keep it up.
2021.03.26 in #505
Perl weekly challenge 105
The fighting spirit of James is evident in his solutions. He decided to invent his own nth_root() function.
2021.04.11 in #507
Perl Weekly Challenge 107
James is becoming the master of one-liners now. I really enjoyed his List Methods solution.
2021.04.27 in #510
Perl Weekly Challenge #110
I loved the discussion about memory usage for the Transpose File task. It is always a pleasure to read code showing the memory utilisation. Thanks for sharing.
2021.05.07 in #511
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James presented us with an exceptional performance matrix with analysis. Thanks for sharing.
2021.05.14 in #512
Perl Weekly Challenge #112
James is unbeatable when it comes to performance analysis. What an honour to have him in the team.
2021.05.19 in #513
Perl Weekly Challenge #113
James's code presentation is always the best. It makes reading the code so simple. Also with the detailed task analysis is very handy as well.
2021.05.29 in #514
Perl Weekly Challenge #114
James's focus on performance is the highlight. Plenty to learn from his work. Keep up the great work.
2021.06.12 in #516
Perl Weekly Challenge #116
James found the second task easier than than the first and he proved it with his solutions. Oops.
2021.06.18 in #517
Perl Weekly Challenge #117
I always look for James's solution and his story behind the solution. He is so good at looking beyond the task and giving his opinions. I simply loved it. Keep it going.
2021.06.22 in #518
Perl Weekly Challenge #118
James has nailed task #2 with plenty of different solutions. Take your sweet time to go over each one of them.
2021.07.04 in #519
Perl Weekly Challenge #119
2021.07.05 in #520
Perl Weekly Challenge #120
James always comes up with compact solutions. This week also he came up with a clinical approach with bit operations. Well done.
2021.07.12 in #521
Perl Weekly Challenge #120
As always, James came up with a performance matrix solution. I loved his solution to The Travelling Salesman; so easy to follow. Thanks.
2021.07.25 in #522
Perl Weekly Challenge #122
2021.07.28 in #523
Perl Weekly Challenge #123
James impressed me with his performance matrix. He is not scared of trying a different approach to improve the performance. Keep up the great work.
2021.08.04 in #524
Perl Weekly Challenge #124
James pushed the bar higher as far as task #1 is concerned. For the Tug of War task, he once again presented his solution with a performance matrix. I simply love the matrix; it tells a nice story.
2021.08.13 in #525
Perl Weekly Challenge #125
James kept the discussion to the minimum this time, I noticed. Generally I see the performance matrix at the end.
2021.08.16 in #526
Perl Weekly Challenge #126
James's love for a performance matrix is always the first thing I notice. It tells the complete story behind each approach. Thanks for sharing.
2021.08.24 in #527
Perl Weekly Challenge #127
James used his domain knowledge whilst dealing with the weekly challenge. Thanks for your contributions.
2021.09.04 in #528
Perl Weekly Challenge #128
James' genomic approach to the Minimum Platform tssk is really cool. There is plenty to learn from his work. Thanks for sharing.
2021.09.12 in #529
Perl Weekly Challenge #129
I loved the code re-use in this week contributions. It shows power of Perl. Thanks for sharing the knowledge.
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