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.
2021.09.13 in #530
Perl Weekly Challenge #130
Nice use of a bitwise operator to deal with the Odd Number task. Cool hack to flatten the tree before checking if it is BST.
2021.09.26 in #531
Perl Weekly Challenge #131
Beautiful solution and cool use of map. However, not easy to follow but laid out nicely.
2021.09.29 in #532
Perl Weekly Challenge #132
James shed light on the value of Hash Join. I wasn't aware of it before. Thanks for sharing.
2021.10.10 in #533
Perl Weekly Challenge #133
James is a stylish programmer who creates well crafted code. Incredible.
2021.10.15 in #534
Perl Weekly Challenge #134
To me, the highlight of the week is the solution to the Pandigital Numbers task. It has James' special touch. Keep it up; great work.
2021.10.20 in #535
Perl Weekly Challenge #135
James is known for writing beautiful-looking code. He did it again this week, Thanks for promoting Perl.
2021.10.29 in #536
Perl Weekly Challenge #136
James's use of binary and bit operators makes the code compact. I love this compact yet readable solution. Great work, thanks for sharing.
2021.11.01 in #537
Perl Weekly Challenge #137
James has, once again, gone beyond the task and shared his analysis of the Lychrel Number task. It is always pleasure reading his blog. Thanks for sharing.
2021.11.08 in #538
Perl Weekly Challenge #138
James' observation about the task is unique. He has the ability to get to the bottom of each task and shares the knowledge. You really don't want to miss out. Thank you for sharing your experience with us.
2021.11.19 in #539
Perl Weekly Challenge #139 - Whats recurring
James always writes elegant code. Above all, it is easy to read and follow. Thanks for your hard work.
2021.11.24 in #540
Perl Weekly Challenge #140
If you are looking for cute and beautiful solutions then James is the man for you. He is exceptional when it comes to performance-oriented solutions. Thanks for sharing your knowledge with us every week.
2021.12.07 in #542
2021.12.19 in #543
Perl Weekly Challenge #143
No one can beat James in writing beautiful Perl code. I wish I could. Thanks for sharing compact solutions.
2021.12.25 in #544
Perl Weekly Challenge #144
James's contributions week after week impress me a lot. I learn a lot from his contributions. Thanks for sharing.
2022.01.03 in #545
Perl Weekly Challenge #145
James's solution is always magical and compact. And on top of that you get a detailed description. Thanks for your contributions.
2022.01.03 in #546
Perl Weekly Challenge #146
James is known for compact and elgant solutions. I simply love his solutions. Thanks for your contributions.
2022.01.11 in #547
Perl Weekly Challenge #147
The highlight of James' blog is always the interesting facts behind the task. There is plenty to learn from his work. Keep it up great work.
2022.01.23 in #548
Perl Weekly Challenge #148
James is known for compact solutions. This week he shared very cool solutions too. You don't want to miss it.
2022.01.24 in #549
Perl Weekly Challenge #149
James is known for compact solutions. His solution is not easy to read, but his blog post makes it easy to follow. Thanks for your contributions.
2022.02.06 in #550
Perl Weekly Challenge #150
James keeping up his tradition of compact solutions. Loved the Fibonacci Words solution. Keep it up; great work.
2022.02.12 in #551
Perl Weekly Challenge #151
It feels nice that some team members still call the weekly challenge by the name 'Perl Weekly Challenge'. James presents a nice challenge to me every week. I always look forward to his compact and precise solution. Thank you for sharing your knowledge with us.
2022.02.17 in #552
The Weekly Challenge #152
James ability to make task appears simple and then solve it accordingly. Keep it up great work.
2022.03.02 in #554
The Weekly Challenge #154 - do and redo there is no try!
James is not afraid of using bit operator. It makes code compact, very clever. Thanks for sharing the knowledge.
2022.03.08 in #555
The Weekly Challenge #155
James is known for his compact solutions. This week, we got pisano_period(), showing his Perl power. Keep it up, great work.
2022.03.15 in #556
The Weekly Challenge #156
James presents solution with clarity. It makes even the harder task appears simple, great quality to have. Keep it up.
2022.03.25 in #557
The Weekly Challenge 157
James is well known for his compact and scalable solutions. Footnotes to each solution explain the coding choices in a solution and additional background.
2022.03.31 in #558
The Weekly Challenge 158
The relative performance analysis of different approaches for Challenge 1 is a very useful inclusion here. I appreciate the hard work put in every week. Thanks for sharing your knowledge with us.
2022.04.05 in #559
The Weekly Challenge 159
A very thorough solution, like every week. I wish I could do the same complete with performance matrix. Keep it up great work.
2022.04.11 in #560
The Weekly Challenge 160
I admire the quality of solutions shared by James every week. Plenty to learn from; thanks for sharing your knowledge with us.
2022.04.22 in #561
The Weekly Challenge 161
I am not surprised James dealing with bonus challenge. Highly recommended.
2022.04.30 in #562
The Weekly Challenge 162
I loved decoding compact solution every week. Thanks for sharing knowledge with us.
2022.05.08 in #563
The Weekly Challenge 163
If you are looking for more than just the solutions then you have reached the right place. Highly Recommended.
2022.05.10 in #564
The Weekly Challenge 164
James golf solution is worth checking out. The bonus optimized and cache solutions not to missed. Thanks for sharing.
2022.05.18 in #565
straight through the point!
I am a big fan of James's style of coding. It feels like reading a poetry. Incredible, thanks for your contributions.
2022.05.27 in #566
The Weekly Challenge 166
As usual James blog is full twist and turns. My personal favourite is the interesting observations. Keep it up great work.
2022.06.02 in #567
The Weekly Challenge 167
James is a daring hacker, also follow the difficult path and share the journey with us. The final solution solution looks so beautiful as always. Keep it up great work.
2022.06.06 in #568
The Weekly Challenge 168
James, being the most daring contributors, he lived upto his reputation, once again. You don't want to miss out. Highly recommended.
2022.06.14 in #569
The Weekly Challenge 169
As always the case, James once again shared detailed analysis. Worth checking it out. Thank you.
2022.06.20 in #570
The Weekly Challenge 170
James playing golf here and present us shortest solution. Clever attempt, well done.
2022.06.28 in #571
The Weekly Challenge 171
A very smart approach to merge the two tasks. Well done. Highly Recommended.
2022.07.05 in #572
The Weekly Challenge 172
James shared interesting edge cases and its workings. Highly recommended.
2022.07.11 in #573
The Weekly Challenge 173
James solution always surprised me, you don't want to miss it. Highly recommended.
2022.07.18 in #574
The Weekly Challenge 174
James classic one-liner is the highlight. I am a big fan of his compact solution. Well done.
2022.07.29 in #575
The Weekly Challenge 175
James always challenge us with his analytical and technical skill. I love reading his code. Thanks for sharing.
2022.08.05 in #576
The Weekly Challenge 176
James bonus part of the blog is not to be missed. Highly recommended.
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