Day 18: What is my concurrent or parallel Raku program doing?

Raku makes it easy to introduce a bit of parallelism into a program – at least, when the solution lends itself to that. Its asynchronous programming capabilities also shine when building concurrent applications. During the last year, I’ve enjoyed employing both of these in my work. However, I also discovered that something was missing. ItContinue reading “Day 18: What is my concurrent or parallel Raku program doing?”

Day 16: Raku powered jmp-ing to the coalface

Santa makes sure his elves can get to and from the workplace quickly. I wish it was the same for computer programming! Sometimes it takes a while to wade through a codebase to find where the real work needs to happen. jmp is a Raku powered command-line utility I use for searching and jumping aroundContinue reading “Day 16: Raku powered jmp-ing to the coalface”

Day 15 – Santa had too much eggnog

Santa had too much eggnog We’re just over a week from Christmas and Santa is sending his elves the final present lists. Unfortunately, Santa had a bit too much eggnog and so the list that he sent to his elves was … not the greatest. Take a look at some of it: Santa somehow managedContinue reading “Day 15 – Santa had too much eggnog”