2023.20 SO Survey

The 2023 Stackoverflow Developer Survey is now live. That in itself is not really Raku related, but that the Raku Programming Language is one of the options you can select for your programming language, is! Taking the survey will only take a few minutes of your life, and be your chance to boost the visibility of Raku when the survey results become available (/r/rakulang comments).


1 Problem, 5 Programming Languages by code_reports, revisits the Raku solution from the original 1 Problem, 16 Programming Languages video from about a year ago (/r/rakulang comments).

Wenzel’s Corner

Wenzel P.P. Peppmeyer tried out the new coercion features of the Raku Programming Language, and wrote a blog about it: Coercing coercion (/r/rakulang comments).


Weekly Challenge #217 is available for your perusal.

Core Developments

RakuAST developments this week:

  • Elizabeth Mattijsen in Rakudoc: implemented complete support for tables and completed support for the --doc command-line parameter.
  • The number of passing test-files with the new Raku grammar are now 138/150 (make test +0) and 814/1355 (make spectest +6).

Meanwhile still on Twitter

Questions about Raku


Updated Raku Modules

Winding down

Remember the people of Ukraine are still under attack, every single day. Слава Україні!  Героям слава!

Please keep staying safe, keep staying healthy, and keep up the good work!

If you like what I’m doing, committing to a small sponsorship would mean a great deal!

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