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#SeasonsOfServerless Solution 5: Tteok-guk for The New Year

nitya profile image Nitya Narasimhan ・Updated on ・3 min read

🚨 🌟🌟🌟 Our new challenge is LIVE! 🌟🌟🌟 🚨

This article is part of #SeasonsOfServerless.

Each week we will publish a challenge co-created by Azure Advocates with some amazing Student Ambassadors around the world. Discover popular festive recipes and learn how Microsoft Azure empowers you to do more with Serverless Functions! 🍽 😍.

Explore our serverless Resources here and learn how you can contribute solutions here.


🍽 | Seasons Of Serverless

We are now entering WEEK 6 of #SeasonsOfServerless developer challenge series!! It's never too late to join in and learn about festive traditions around the world - and explore a bit of code in the process!

Want to learn more about what #SeasonsOfServerless is and how you can participate? Start by reading this post:


πŸ‡°πŸ‡· | 'Tteok-guk for The New Year' Challenge (Week 5)!

Our chefs last week were Microsoft Student Ambassadors You Jin Kim, Hong Min Kim and Aaron Roh from Korea! And they joined Cloud Advocates Justin Yoo to share a wonderful New Year tradition - eating tteok-guk (rice cake soup) - to signify long life and prosperity. Watch the teaser video to learn more.

From the project brief

In Korea, when New Year begins, everyone eats tteok-guk (rice cake soup). There are various shapes of tteok, but especially for greeting New Year, garae-tteok is the most popular to make the soup. As garae-tteok has a long and cylindrical shape, people wish to live long, by eating tteok-guk. When cooking tteok-guk, the garae-tteok is sliced into small pieces, which look like coins. This coin-like shape is believed to bring wealth.

This recipe calls for several steps, and we want to create an automated process to set reminders for each step.


πŸ‘¨πŸΌβ€πŸ³ | Our Chefs Weigh in!

Want to see how our chefs solved this challenge? Join Justin Yoo and our Microsoft Student Ambassadors (You Jin Kim, Hong Min Kim and Aaron Roh) as they talk about the challenge, why they chose it, and how they solved the problem!

Want to deep dive into the code or thinking behind this? Check out Justin's post for more:

Don't forget that you can check out all community solutions to all challenges right here on our website.

If you port an existing solution to a different coding language, just leave us a comment and share your code! We'd love to see it! πŸŽ‰


πŸ† | Thanks for the submissions!

They setup a great challenge and we are so excited to see all the submissions that came in from the developer community!!

Want to learn how others solved the challenge, potentially with a different programming language?

Check out our Contributors Hall Of Fame for Week 5!

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πŸ™‹πŸΌβ€β™€οΈ | It's not too late to join us!

🚨 🌟🌟🌟 Our new challenge is LIVE! 🌟🌟🌟 🚨

This article is part of #SeasonsOfServerless.

Each week we will publish a challenge co-created by Azure Advocates with some amazing Student Ambassadors around the world. Discover popular festive recipes and learn how Microsoft Azure empowers you to do more with Serverless Functions! 🍽 😍.

Explore our serverless Resources here and learn how you can contribute solutions here.

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