2020.07.16 in #469
Perl Weekly Challenge - 069
Short and precise analysis of Strobogrammatic Number task.
2020.07.20 in #470
Perl Weekly Challenge 070
Simon found the edge case dealing with Character Swapping task and dealt with it care.
2020.08. in #475
Perl Weekly Challenge 075
Simon broke the task into smaller subtask and then worked through one by one. Well documented.
2020.08.09 in #472
Perl Weekly Challenge 072
Sweet and short blog as always.
2020.08.16 in #473
Perl Weekly Challenge 073
To the point and precise. Short and sweet blog.
2020.08.23 in #474
Perl Weekly Challenge 074
To the point and precise. Short and sweet blog.
2020.09.01 in #476
Perl Weekly Challenge 076
Simon is so precise in his narration. You can never miss the point.
2020.09.12 in #477
Perl Weekly Challenge 077
Simon shared 2 ways to solve the Lonely X task. Interesting Idea.
2020.09.16 in #478
Perl Weekly Challenge 078
Simon dicussing left and right approach for the Leader element task. I loved it.
2020.09.27 in #479
The Weekly Challenge 079
Well done, Simon, for nicely done blog.
2020.10.04 in #480
The Weekly Challenge 080
Cool minified solution to the task "Smallest Positive Number".
2020.10.05 in #481
The Weekly Challenge 081
Making good use of holiday, short and sweet blog.
2020.10.12 in #482
Weekly Challenge 082
Simon, one of my favroutie, whose blog I always look forward to. Must Read.
2020.10.19 in #483
Weekly Challenge 083
Simon using the power of regex to solve the words length task.
2020.10.27 in #484
Weekly Challenge 084
Simon's short and sweet blog post is on the spot.
2020.11.03 in #485
Weekly Challenge 085
Simon used the power of Math to solve the tasks.
2020.11.09 in #486
Weekly Challenge 086
Simon's short and simple blog post is still very intriguing.
2020.11.21 in #487
Weekly Challenge 087
Simon uses code comments to share the ideas behind his solutions.
2020.11.23 in #488
Weekly Challenge 088
Simon presenting a step-by-step solution to the Spiral Matrix is interesting.
2020.11.30 in #489
Weekly Challenge 089
Simon very elegantly used a brute-force technique to solve the Magic Matrix task. Just loved it.
2020.12.13 in #490
Weekly Challenge 090
Congratulations to Simon for becoming the Champion. Thanks for blogging on dev.to and promoting the cause.
2020.12.14 in #491
Weekly Challenge 091
Simon keeping it brief, short and precise. You won't miss the beauty of regex.
2020.12.21 in #492
Weekly Challenge 092
Simon kept his solution and discussion to the point. Good job.
2020.12.29 in #493
Weekly Challenge 093
Simon broke the task into subtasks and made it look like a walk in the park. Incredible.
2021.01.05 in #494
Weekly Challenge 094
Simon made the Anagram Grouping task look like a schoolboy task. Incredible.
2021.01.17 in #495
Weekly Challenge 095
Simon using the dev.to platform for blogging is a great way to promote the weekly challenge. Thank you, Simon.
2021.01.31 in #497
Weekly Challenge 097
Simon made the tasks look simple by breaking them into smaller tasks.
2021.02.06 in #498
Weekly Challenge 098
Simon correctly pointed out that the readN() task should have been task #2 as it turned out to be harder than task #2. He nailed it in the end.
2021.02.08 in #499
Weekly Challenge 099
Simon kept the discussion to the point. I loved it.
2021.02.15 in #500
Weekly Challenge 100
Simon came up with a cryptic one-liner. Decoding one-liners is always fun.
2021.03.04 in #502
Weekly Challenge 102
I love the honesty as Simon confessed his solution is not the most optimal solution. Please check out the whole story.
2021.03.09. in #503
Weekly Challenge 103
Cool promotion of Perl on dev.to. Well done and keep it up.
2021.04.04 in #506
Weekly Challenge 106
Simon shared his research while working on Decimal String task. We all get it for FREE, thank you.
2021.04.11 in #507
Weekly Challenge 107
Simon's List Methods task solution is very cool. Please check it out yourself.
2021.04.18 in #508
Weekly Challenge 108
What a coincidence, I also got some help from the same animated GIF. Nice to know that both of us follow the same path.
2021.04.27 in #510
Weekly Challenge 110
Cool use of map and logical-defined-or; thanks for sharing the magic.
2021.05.09 in #511
Weekly Challenge 111
Simply loved the creativity in accepting the matrix and target. Nice discussion about his approach.
2021.05.12 in #512
Weekly Challenge 112
Simon approached the Climb Stairs task in a very fun way. Loved it.
2021.05.17 in #513
Weekly Challenge 113
Simon's choice of data format for representing a binary tree is very smart. I liked the story behind it too.
2021.05.24 in #514
Weekly Challenge 114
Simon's use of brute force method made it compact and concise. Cool attempt.
2021.06.07 in #516
Weekly Challenge 116
Simon shared an interesting story about numbers. Thanks for sharing the story and solutions.
2021.06.14 in #517
Weekly Challenge 117
Thanks, Simon, for talking about Shroder Number. I didn't know about it. I learn so much by just reading the blogs by Team PWC. Thank you for your effort.
2021.06.23 in #518
Weekly Challenge 118
Simon also split task #2 into smaller tasks to make it easier to explain. I loved it. Thank you.
2021.06.29 in #519
Weekly Challenge 119
2021.07.05 in #520
Weekly Challenge 120
I am impressed with the regex solution for the task #1, very compact as always. Keep up the great work.
2021.07.24 in #522
Weekly Challenge 122
2021.07.27 in #523
Weekly Challenge 123
Simon never beats about the bush and always get to the point straight away. He always writes easy to read code. Keep up the great work.
2021.08.03 in #524
Weekly Challenge 124
Simon keeps the discussion to the point whether it is task #1 or task #2. You should definitely take a look. Thanks for sharing.
2021.08.16 in #526
Weekly Challenge 126
Simon kept the narrative short and to the point as always. Keep it up.
2021.08.29 in #527
Weekly Challenge 127
To the point blog post sharing the internals of the weekly contributions in Perl. Keep it up.
2021.08.30 in #528
Weekly Challenge 128
Simon broke the task into smaller actions giving us clear instructions to read the code. Always pleasure to read his blog.
2021.09.12 in #529
Weekly Challenge 129
I am a big fan of Simon style of blogging. He has the ability to say so much with few words. Keep it up.
2021.09.20 in #531
Weekly Challenge 131
Simon used regex power to solve the task this week. Thanks for sharing.
2021.10.09 in #533
Weekly Challenge 133
Simon is back with his blog after a short break. Keeping to his trend, it is short and to the point. Keep it up; great work.
2021.10.23 in #535
Weekly Challenge 135
Simon does not waste time and comes to the point straight away. I like his short and precise blog posts every week. Thanks for the support.
2021.10.31 in #536
Weekly Challenge 136
Simon sharing all the possible ways to deal with the weekly challenge. Always nice to know different ways to solve a task. Thanks for sharing.
2021.11.01 in #537
Weekly Challenge 137
Simon brought an interesting topic to the discussion. This is one of the benefits you have with a blog. So easy to share your knowledge. Thanks as always.
2021.11.09 in #538
Weekly Challenge 138
Simon is one of the few PWC members who always promotes the weekly challenge on dev.to. Thank you for supporting us.
2021.11.20 in #539
Weekly Challenge 139
This week we got bonus solutions in Python. Cool. Keep up the great work.
2021.11.25 in #540
Weekly Challenge 140
Simon presents us not only Perl but also Python solutions. For me it is a bonus, I love it.
2021.12.04 in #541
Weekly Challenge 141
The only member that I am aware of who blogs on the dev.to site and promotes the weekly challenge there. I am grateful for the support and encouragement.
2021.12.19 in #543
Weekly Challenge 143
A real calculator in Perl using regexes. Nice to keep it as reference. Well done.
2022.01.02 in #545
Weekly Challenge 145
Simon's use of a sliding window method to solve the Palindromic Tree task is really cool. Keep it up great work.
2022.01.05 in #546
2 Fractions and a Prime
Simon's use of Number::Fraction to deal with the 'Curious Fraction Tree' task is really interesting. Thank you for sharing new ideas.
2022.01.14 in #547
Look mum, no inputs
Simon picked up the typo in task 2. It was too late when I realised the typo. I loved the blog title too. Thanks for sharing.
2022.01.30 in #549
Weekly Challenge 149
Simon has shared not just Perl solutions, but also Python as bonus. Thanks for sharing your knowledge.
2022.02.06 in #550
Weekly Challenge 150
Simon keeps it short and simple. I find his discussion really to the point. Thanks for sharing.
2022.02.13 in #551
Weekly Challenge 151
Simon uses few words to explain the task and keep it simple, to the point. Thanks for your contributions.
2022.02.19 in #552
Triangles and rectangles
Nice packaged solution in Perl and bonus Python too. Blog is usual short and compact. Thanks for sharing.
2022.03.27 in #557
Three means and big bases
We welcome Simon back after a short break - we missed you and thank you, as always, for your contributions.
2022.04.03 in #558
It's a primathon!
A short and simple blog, with to-the-point discussion. Thank you for your support as always!
2022.04.17 in #560
Weekly Challenge 160
I am a big fan of Simon's short and simple blog style, which is to the point with no gimmicks. Thanks for your contributions.
2022.06.13 in #569
It's all about the numbers
Welcome back to blogging after a short gap. Short and precise blog about the solution. Keep it up great work.
2022.07.10 in #572
Weekly Challenge 172
Welcome back to blogging and thanks for sharing the special cases for the task. It gives us so much to think about.
2022.07.14 in #573
Weekly Challenge 173
Simon loves Python as well as Perl. So there you get the best of both world. Thanks for sharing the knowledge.
2022.07.24 in #574
Weekly Challenge 174
Python and Perl find the space together in the blog. Well done and keep it up.
2022.07.31 in #575
Totient numbers on a Sunday
Cool work on optimizing slow code to near perfect. Thanks for sharing the secrets. Well done.
2022.08.07 in #576
Big number, small numbers
Nice commentary using the power of Perl and Python. Well done.
2022.08.14 in #577
The Palindromic Prime Cyclops Algorithm
Simon pointed out very interesting aspect of the second task. You don't want to miss it.
2022.08.21 in #578
Quater-imaginary Business Date
Short and compact discussion, focussed on Perl and Python. Thanks for sharing the knowledge.
2022.08.28 in #579
The Ordinal Sparkline
Thank you Simon for the extra effort to get the Ordinal Number Spelling solution. Well done.
2022.09.04 in #580
Weekly Challenge 180
Short and concise blog post talking about Perl and Python solutions. Great work, keep it up.
2022.09.25 in #583
Welcome back, we always miss you. Thanks for your contributions as always. Keep it up great work.
2022.10.23 in #587
Magical Days Together with Triplets
Love the mix of Cricket and Coding. Good luck to my Kiwi support. Thanks for your contribution.
2022.10.30 in #588
Weekly Challenge 188
Bonus Python solution together with Perl being part of the blog post. Nice, well done.
2022.11.06 in #589
Letter and numbers
Nice comparison between Perl and Python. Thanks for spreading the word.
2022.11.13 in #590
Capital letters decoded!
Nicely explained the details of the task "Decoded List". Kudos for the effort.
2022.11.20 in #591
The cute recursive function
Smart observations make the task simple and easy to follow. Once again, we get Perl and Python discussed in the blog post.
2022.11.27 in #592
Weekly Challenge 192
As always, we got Perl and Python together playing with bits. Well done.
2022.12.04 in #593
The odd binary string
Simon style of breaking big task into subtasks makes it so easy to follow. Thanks for your contributions.
2022.12.11 in #594
For both Perl and Python fans, have fun. Well done.
2022.12.24 in #596
Weekly Challenge 196
Interesting bunch of Perl and Python creations. Keep it up great work.
2023.01.01 in #597
One place for both Perl and Python fans. Plenty to keep you busy.
2023.01.08 in #598
Weekly Challenge 198
Nice demo of code re-use. Why re-inventing the wheel, well done.
2023.01.14 in #599
It's all good
Like every week, we got Perl and Python twin solutions. Keep it up the momentum.
2023.01.22 in #600
Two hundred slices
Thank you for spreading the work on dev.to site and your kind message. We got the usual collection of Perl and Python, deadly combination.
2023.01.26 in #601
Python is not far behind Perl when it comes to one-liner. I am loving it. Well done.
2023.02.04 in #602
Weekly Challenge 202
Simon gone into the finer details this week, you don't want to miss it. Well done.
2023.02.19 in #604
Weekly Challenge 204
Clever use of procesing matrix data as input. Getting the best result using the available choices isn't easy. Python solution is always the bonus for us.
2023.02.20 in #605
Weekly Challenge 205
Use of CPAN can be handy when it comes to Perl. By the way Python is not far behind either.
2023.02.27 in #606
Weekly Challenge 206
I would recommend you checkout the task analysis and the whole process. Loved it.
2023.03.12 in #607
The H Word
Here we have friendly clash between Perl and Python. I really enjoy the competition. Keep it up great work.
2023.03.19 in #608
Weekly Challenge 208
You get the nitty gritty exposed in the blog post with examples. Well done.
2023.03.26 in #609
Interesting use of sets and not list. Very smart and unique. Well done.
2023.03.27 in #610
Keeping the Perl flag flying on dev.to for so long. Thank you.
2023.04.08 in #611
Weekly Challenge 211
Nice use of CPAN module to get the job done. Well done.
2023.04.16 in #612
Little more detailed analysis than regular. Still very concise, good job.
2023.04.23 in #613
Like always we have bonus Python solution as well as Perl. Using all the tricks in the book to get the result. Well done.
2023.05.07 in #615
Weekly Challenge 215
Brute force approach can be handy at times. Good one and keep it up.
2023.05.07 in #617
Weekly Challenge 215
Brute force approach can be handy at times. Good one and keep it up.
2023.05.14 in #616
Just love the combination of Perl and Python. It reminds me when I used to contribute. Great work, keep it up.
2023.05.28 in #618
The one about maximums
Simon nailed it and got the job done with precision. Keep it up great work.
2023.06.03 in #619
The cheapest way to the square
2023.06.11 in #620
2023.06.25 in #622
All the ducks. Two twenty two
Almost identical Perl and Python solutions. Nice attempt and thanks for sharing.
2023.07.01 in #623
Counting the coins
Breaking down task makes it easy to understand and follow, thanks for sharing.
2023.07.16 in #625
Weekly Challenge 225
You always get the bonus Python alongwith Perl. Enjoy the hack. Thanks for sharing.
2023.07.23 in #626
Moving and Removing
Perl and Python in action together. Enjoy one-liner specially in Python. Well done.
2023.07.30 in #627
Weekly Challenge 227
Like every week, we have Perl and Python solutions together. Thanks for sharing the knowledge with us.
2023.08.06 in #628
Weekly Challenge 228
Nice comparison betwwen Python and Perl solutions. You pick your favourite.
2023.08.27 in #632
Weekly Challenge 231
2023.09.10 in #633
2023.09.24 in #635
Adding and removing integers
Always fun to read about the story behind the final end result. Keep it up great work.
2023.10.08 in #637
Seize the greatness
You get the taste of Python along with Perl. Always a pleasure to read the post.
2023.10.15 in #638
Counting and sorting
Use of lambda in Python is fun. Even the Perl magic is worth checking.
2023.10.22 in #639
The one about regular expressions
Full use of regex in Perl and Python. Amazing.
2023.10.29 in #640
Weekly Challenge 240
Use of map in Perl and Python can be very effective. Check it yourself.
2023.11.05 in #641
Triplets and Sorting
Python is showing off its power. Always nice to learn new magics. Thanks for sharing.
2023.11.19 in #643
Weekly Challenge 243
straight forward solutions in Perl and Python like everyweek. You don't want to miss it.
2023.11.26 in #644
Weekly Challenge 244
This is incredible, one-liner in Python. Simply the best. Thanks for sharing.
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