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Perl 6 Advent Calendar 2013: Table of Contents

November 30, 2013

This post serves as a table of contents for the 2013 Perl 6 advent calendar. Links to new posts will appear here during the course of this month.

See also: table of contents for 2012, 2011, 2010, 2009.

Perl 6 Advent Calendar 2012: Table of Contents

December 1, 2012

This post serves as a table of contents for the 2012 Perl 6 advent calendar. Links to new posts will appear here during the course of this month.

See also: table of contents for 2011, 2010, 2009.

Perl 6 Advent Calendar 2011

December 1, 2011

For the third year in a row, we are going to post something about Perl 6 every day until Christmas. This post will serve as a table of contents for the entire month.

Day 1: Catching Up With Perl 6
Day 2: Grammar::Tracer and Grammar::Debugger
Day 3: Buffers and Binary IO
Day 4: Traits — Meta Data with Character
Day 5: The Flip-Flop operator
Day 6: Tetris on Niecza
Day 7: Adventures in writing a simple grammar profiler
Day 8: Lexicality and Optimizability
Day 9: Contributing to Perl 6
Day 10: Documenting Perl 6
Day 11: Privacy and OOP
Day 12: Exploratory Parsing with Perl 6
Day 13: Bailador — A small Dancer clone
Day 14: Meta-programming: what, why and how
Day 15: Something Exceptional
Day 16: Where Have All The References Gone?
Day 17: Gtk Mandelbrot
Day 18: The view from the inside: using meta-programming to implement Rakudo
Day 19: Abstraction and why it’s good
Day 20: Paired up Hashes
Day 21: Native libraries, native objects
Day 22: Operator overloading, revisited
Day 23: Idiomatic Perl 6
Day 24: Subs are Always Better in multi-ples
Day 25: Merry Christmas!

Merry Christmas!

December 25, 2010

The people who brought you this year’s Advent Calendar had a blast doing so — it’s exciting to get to present new and old Perl 6 features to new and old readers. Thanks everyone! And Merry Christmas!

Day 1 – Reaching the Stars
Day 2 – Interacting with the command line with MAIN subs
Day 3 – File operations
Day 4 – The Sequence Operators
Day 5 – Why Perl syntax does what you want
Day 6 – The X and Z metaoperators
Day 7 – Lexical variables
Day 8 – Different Names of Different Things
Day 9 – The module ecosystem
Day 10 – Feed operators
Day 11 – Markov Sequence
Day 12 – Smart matching
Day 13 – The Perl6 Community
Day 14 – nextsame and its cousins
Day 15 – Calling native libraries from Perl 6
Day 16: Time in Perl6
Day 17 – Rosetta Code
Day 18 – ABC Module
Day 19 – False truth
Day 20 – The Perl 6 Synopses
Day 21 – transliteration and beyond
Day 22 – The Meta-Object Protocol
Day 23 – It’s some .sort of wonderful.
Day 24 – Yule the Ancient Troll-tide Carol
Day 25 – Merry Christmas!

Perl 6 Advent Calendar

December 1, 2009

In the grand tradition of previous Perl Advent Calendars, we are going to post something we like about Perl 6 every day in December until Christmas.  This post will be updated daily to link to each post as a sort of table of contents, or you can follow this blog in the normal way you follow blogs.

Day 1: Getting Rakudo
Day 2: The Beauty Of Formatting
Day 3: Static Types and Multi Subs
Day 4: Testing
Day 5: Metaoperators
Day 6: Going Into Hyperspace
Day 7: Looping For Fun and Profit
Day 8: .comb Your Constraints
Day 9: Having Beautiful Arguments And Parameters
Day 10: A Regex Story
Day 11: Classes, Attributes, Methods, and More
Day 12: Modules and Exporting
Day 13: Junctions
Day 14: Going to the Rats
Day 15: .pick Your Game
Day 16: We Call It “The Old Switcheroo”
Day 17: Making Snowmen
Day 18: Roles
Day 19: Whatever
Day 20: Little Big Things
Day 21: Grammars and Actions
Day 22: Operator Overloading
Day 23: Lazy Fruits From the Gather of Eden
Day 24: The Perl 6 Standard Grammar
Merry Christmas!


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