Raku

My Work Environment

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Just have noticed that normally I have 4 editors/IDEs running at the same time: Comma for modules and an in-house project Vim for scripts, blog and art...

An Error In The Roles Article

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The recently published article contained a factual error, as was pointed out by Elizabeth Mattijsen. I stated that named arguments do not work in role parame...

Did you know that …

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Raku is full of surprises. Sometimes I read something what that me like “oh, really?”. Sometimes I realize than a fact evident for me is not so obvious for o...

A Long Promised Article About Roles

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A while ago I promised a couple of people an article about Raku roles. To be frank, it was a long time ago. The plan was to cover a number of other subjects ...

Config::BINDish Module First Release

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Soon after Test::Async time has came for the first release of Config::BINDish. At first, I didn’t plan the module whatsoever. Then I considered it as a littl...

Test::Async v0.1.1 Release

9 minute read

This had to be a decent release announcement with a little bit of bragging about the new features in Test::Async. But it wouldn’t be me unless I screw up in ...

Re-release Of Cro::RPC::JSON

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For a couple of reasons I had to revamp the module and change it in a non-backward compatible way. To avoid bumping api again and because versions 0.1.0 and ...

A New Release Of Cro::RPC::JSON

5 minute read

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...

Runtime vs. Compilation, Or Reply #2

3 minute read

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

2 minute read

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

10 minute read

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

8 minute read

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

10 minute read

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...

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.

Metamodel Introduction Article. Operators

2 minute read

I’m publishing the next article from ARFB series. This time rather short one, much like a warm up prior to the main workout. But I’d like to devote this pos...

A New Article

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A new article of Advanced Raku For Beginners series is published now. With a really surprising subject this time!

Nil As No Data

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In response to a Wenzel P. P. Peppmeyer post I have a thing to add.

New Articles Redaction

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In the Everything Is An Object. MOP. article I made a shameful error

New Role Of Roles In Raku

15 minute read

My morning started today with a cup of cold tea and an IRC request. The latter was coming from Elizabeth Mattijsen asking to write a paragraph on my recently...

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publication

An Error In The Roles Article

2 minute read

The recently published article contained a factual error, as was pointed out by Elizabeth Mattijsen. I stated that named arguments do not work in role parame...

A Long Promised Article About Roles

1 minute read

A while ago I promised a couple of people an article about Raku roles. To be frank, it was a long time ago. The plan was to cover a number of other subjects ...

Metamodel Introduction Article. Operators

2 minute read

I’m publishing the next article from ARFB series. This time rather short one, much like a warm up prior to the main workout. But I’d like to devote this pos...

A New Article

less than 1 minute read

A new article of Advanced Raku For Beginners series is published now. With a really surprising subject this time!

New Articles Redaction

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In the Everything Is An Object. MOP. article I made a shameful error

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article

An Error In The Roles Article

2 minute read

The recently published article contained a factual error, as was pointed out by Elizabeth Mattijsen. I stated that named arguments do not work in role parame...

A Long Promised Article About Roles

1 minute read

A while ago I promised a couple of people an article about Raku roles. To be frank, it was a long time ago. The plan was to cover a number of other subjects ...

Metamodel Introduction Article. Operators

2 minute read

I’m publishing the next article from ARFB series. This time rather short one, much like a warm up prior to the main workout. But I’d like to devote this pos...

A New Article

less than 1 minute read

A new article of Advanced Raku For Beginners series is published now. With a really surprising subject this time!

New Articles Redaction

less than 1 minute read

In the Everything Is An Object. MOP. article I made a shameful error

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role

An Error In The Roles Article

2 minute read

The recently published article contained a factual error, as was pointed out by Elizabeth Mattijsen. I stated that named arguments do not work in role parame...

A Long Promised Article About Roles

1 minute read

A while ago I promised a couple of people an article about Raku roles. To be frank, it was a long time ago. The plan was to cover a number of other subjects ...

Runtime vs. Compilation, Or Reply #2

3 minute read

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

2 minute read

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 ...

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MOP

The Report On New Coercions Part 2

8 minute read

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

10 minute read

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...

New Role Of Roles In Raku

15 minute read

My morning started today with a cup of cold tea and an IRC request. The latter was coming from Elizabeth Mattijsen asking to write a paragraph on my recently...

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asynchronous

Test::Async v0.1.1 Release

9 minute read

This had to be a decent release announcement with a little bit of bragging about the new features in Test::Async. But it wouldn’t be me unless I screw up in ...

Re-release Of Cro::RPC::JSON

less than 1 minute read

For a couple of reasons I had to revamp the module and change it in a non-backward compatible way. To avoid bumping api again and because versions 0.1.0 and ...

A New Release Of Cro::RPC::JSON

5 minute read

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...

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threaded

Test::Async v0.1.1 Release

9 minute read

This had to be a decent release announcement with a little bit of bragging about the new features in Test::Async. But it wouldn’t be me unless I screw up in ...

Re-release Of Cro::RPC::JSON

less than 1 minute read

For a couple of reasons I had to revamp the module and change it in a non-backward compatible way. To avoid bumping api again and because versions 0.1.0 and ...

A New Release Of Cro::RPC::JSON

5 minute read

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...

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module

Config::BINDish Module First Release

1 minute read

Soon after Test::Async time has came for the first release of Config::BINDish. At first, I didn’t plan the module whatsoever. Then I considered it as a littl...

Test::Async v0.1.1 Release

9 minute read

This had to be a decent release announcement with a little bit of bragging about the new features in Test::Async. But it wouldn’t be me unless I screw up in ...

Re-release Of Cro::RPC::JSON

less than 1 minute read

For a couple of reasons I had to revamp the module and change it in a non-backward compatible way. To avoid bumping api again and because versions 0.1.0 and ...

A New Release Of Cro::RPC::JSON

5 minute read

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...

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roles

An Error In The Roles Article

2 minute read

The recently published article contained a factual error, as was pointed out by Elizabeth Mattijsen. I stated that named arguments do not work in role parame...

A Long Promised Article About Roles

1 minute read

A while ago I promised a couple of people an article about Raku roles. To be frank, it was a long time ago. The plan was to cover a number of other subjects ...

New Role Of Roles In Raku

15 minute read

My morning started today with a cup of cold tea and an IRC request. The latter was coming from Elizabeth Mattijsen asking to write a paragraph on my recently...

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council

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.

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RSC

The Election Time

less than 1 minute read

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

1 minute read

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.

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core

The Report On New Coercions Part 2

8 minute read

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

10 minute read

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...

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coercion

Runtime vs. Compilation, Or Reply #2

3 minute read

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

2 minute read

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 ...

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reply

Runtime vs. Compilation, Or Reply #2

3 minute read

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

2 minute read

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 ...

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Cro

Re-release Of Cro::RPC::JSON

less than 1 minute read

For a couple of reasons I had to revamp the module and change it in a non-backward compatible way. To avoid bumping api again and because versions 0.1.0 and ...

A New Release Of Cro::RPC::JSON

5 minute read

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...

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Vikna

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performance

A Note On Raku Performance

10 minute read

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 ...

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JavaScript

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test

Test::Async v0.1.1 Release

9 minute read

This had to be a decent release announcement with a little bit of bragging about the new features in Test::Async. But it wouldn’t be me unless I screw up in ...

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config

Config::BINDish Module First Release

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Soon after Test::Async time has came for the first release of Config::BINDish. At first, I didn’t plan the module whatsoever. Then I considered it as a littl...

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fact

Did you know that …

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Raku is full of surprises. Sometimes I read something what that me like “oh, really?”. Sometimes I realize than a fact evident for me is not so obvious for o...

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error

An Error In The Roles Article

2 minute read

The recently published article contained a factual error, as was pointed out by Elizabeth Mattijsen. I stated that named arguments do not work in role parame...

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editor

My Work Environment

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Just have noticed that normally I have 4 editors/IDEs running at the same time: Comma for modules and an in-house project Vim for scripts, blog and art...

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IDE

My Work Environment

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Just have noticed that normally I have 4 editors/IDEs running at the same time: Comma for modules and an in-house project Vim for scripts, blog and art...

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misc

My Work Environment

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Just have noticed that normally I have 4 editors/IDEs running at the same time: Comma for modules and an in-house project Vim for scripts, blog and art...

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