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Pragmatic Perl/Raku developer, Identity and Access Management, Unix/Linux, Security DevOps Engineer
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Elizabeth Mattijsen Jun 26
Damian Conway demoing refactoring of Raku code using the Comma IDE
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Curtis “Ovid” Poe 🇺🇸🇫🇷✊🏾 Jun 24
Perl 7: If your Perl is old-school, that's OK. Use Perl 5 and we'll keeping supporting you. If you your Perl isn't old-school, use Perl 7 and get new features. If you're not sure, ask us and we'll hold your hand to help you understand. We're here to make sure you're OK.
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The Perl Foundation Jun 24
You can watch the presentations for the virtual conference on YouTube, there is a curated playlist here:
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brian d foy Jun 24
I started a Perl 7 FAQ, because I don't have a better place to put this at the moment:
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brian d foy Jun 24
Perl 7 will be v5.32, with different default setting. Less boilerplate at the beginning of the code. It's a jump in the number but not a big change to the codebase.
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Elizabeth Mattijsen Jun 27
An interesting comparison between Perl 7 and Raku:
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Elizabeth Mattijsen Jun 22
This Rakudo Weekly News announces a timely Rakudo Compiler release, interesting grant reports, a comparison with Ruby and the usual assortment of goodies:
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Tadeusz Sośnierz Jun 14
Sad and angry, I blug:
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Elizabeth Mattijsen Jun 8
The German Heise Magazine has a multi-page article about Raku by Herbert Breunung in a "Programming Language" special edition (paywalled, German):
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kephra lk Jun 9
Replying to @kephra_lk
der Artikel: (hinter der Bezahlwand)
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Marcel Salathé Jun 6
Die Contact-Tracing-App: wie Schweizer Forscher Apple und Google überzeugten
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Elizabeth Mattijsen May 18
New CI pipelining, a conference schedule, new Rakudo Star release candidates, Bioinformatics and Autorotating. All that and more in the latest issue of the Rakudo Weekly News:
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Alexander Kiryuhin May 10
The Rakudo 2020.05.1 Compiler point release! This release of implementation includes a fix of relocatability for Windows users. Users of other platforms are welcome to play with 2020.05. Approximate date of 2020.06 is June 20. Stay tuned!
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JJ Merelo Apr 28
Just a reminder (also for myself) that you can create your module using the repo template
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The Perl and Raku Conference Apr 20
Registration for is open! For just $10.00 you'll get to attend the 3-day Conference in the Cloud on June 24-26. Reserve your spot today!
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Elizabeth Mattijsen Apr 20
Creating a shell in Raku, Rakudoc in Javascript, grammars for binary data, getting 70% off and much more: the newest Rakudo Weekly News. Check it out:
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It's FOSS - Linux Blog Apr 14
Here's something to help you get the latest Git version installed:
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GitHub Apr 14
Today we’re announcing free private repositories with unlimited collaborators for teams with GitHub Free, and reducing the price of our paid Team plan to $4 per user/month. All of the core GitHub features are now free for everyone. Learn more:
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Curtis “Ovid” Poe 🇺🇸🇫🇷✊🏾 Apr 13
I'll write an article later, but for now, here's a github repo with the tools that we use to keep a dead-simple workflow.
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Elizabeth Mattijsen Apr 13
Jonathan Worthington explains his views on macros in Raku, how they will be implemented and what additional features this will bring. Also developments, RakuDist and CRAI. Check it out in this weeks Rakudo Weekly News
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