Merry Christmas!

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!

2 thoughts on “Merry Christmas!

  1. Greetings from Christchurch, Dorset.

    Very edifying to see Advent was observed by spectest target after my Perl6 build.The Perl community and its fraternal founder prove that automata needn’t be made by antonomists.


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