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A New Release Of Cro::RPC::JSON

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UPDATE I had to pull out versions 0.1.0 and 0.1.1 from CPAN. See the followup post. I don’t usually announce regular releases of my modules. But not this ti...

A Good Word About JavaScript

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What I do like about JavaScript is how elegant many of their solutions to own f*ckups!

Runtime vs. Compilation, Or Reply #2

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The friendly battle continues with the next post from Wenzel where he considers different cases where strict typechecking doesn’t work. The primary point he ...

On Coercion Method Return Value

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As Wenzel P.P. Peppmeyer continues with his great blog posts about Raku, he touches some very interesting subjects. His last post is about implementing DWIM ...

A Note On Raku Performance

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Just another day before Christmas and one more great Raku Advent Calendar article: Day 14: Writing Faster Raku code, Part I. Nothing foreshadowed a surprise ...

The Report On New Coercions Part 2

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I didn’t expect my previous report to have a continuation, but here it goes. When the initial implementation of new coercions was merged, I started checking ...

The Report On New Coercions

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The Merge of PR 3891 completes my work on new implementation of coercion in Rakudo. When I was starting with it my only intention was about to find a task to...

An article about Proxy is finally complete

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After month and a half full of many events, I finally got time to complete one more article for the Advanced Raku For Beginners series.

The Election Time

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Just a reminder to anybody passing by this blog that the election to Raku Steering Council is going on now and will be taking place until Sep 20. More detail...

The Raku Steering Council Election

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I’m not the blogging kind of person and usually don’t post without a good reason. For a long while even a good reason wasn’t enough for me to write something.