This year’s advent calendar is over, and it leaves us lots of articles on metaprogramming, applications, useful Raku modules, how to migrate from Perl, programming techniques and even how to work with Raku inside containers. No more articles until next year, and the call is already open: if you want to tell something about RakuContinue reading “Happy new year!”
If you’re in the business, you’ve probably by now heard about containers. They can be described as executables on steroids, or also, as its namesake, a great way of shipping applications anywhere, or have then stored and ready to use whenever you need them. These kinda-executables are called images, and you can find them inContinue reading “Day 9: a chain (or Russian doll) of containers”
After being in beta for quite some time, GitHub actions were finally introduced to the general public in November 2019. They have very soon become ubiquitous, over all combined with the other release that were recently made by GitHub, the package (and container) registry. We can put them to good use with our Raku modules.Continue reading “Day 6 – Put some (GitHub) Actions in your Raku (repositories)”
You can’t change the past. You can’t even change the future, in the sense that you can only change the present one moment at a time, stubbornly, until the future unwinds itself into the stories of our lives. — Larry Wall.