Originally published at Perl Weekly 598
Happy New Year everyone !!!
Year 2022 saw the biggest release of Perl v5.36. It was released with big bang. There were lots of positive vibes around it. I had never seen such noise before. If you missed the fun then you can checkout my GitHub repository.
I am not a big fan of TIOBE but came across TIOBE Index for January 2023 talking about Perl going up slightly in the index recently. It is refreshing to see the progress. Who knows one day, it would reach the TOP 5 brackets.
Looking back the participation in The Weekly Challenge, it looks promising. Nearly 10K contributions in Perl by the members of Team PWC in the last 4 years.
What is new happening in Perl?
For me, personally, I am looking forward to the modern OO Corinna in core Perl.
Curtis wrote an interesting blog post recently where he shared his real life experience with Corinna.
Enjoy rest of the newsletter.
Your editor: Mohammad S. Anwar.
This Week in PSC (092)
More update on Perl v5.38.
Keeping Your Valuables Under Lock and Key
One problem multiple solutions. Highly Recommended.
Typed variables in Perl? Well do checkout the post.
Perl Regex Parsing with the g option
Context is imortant, why? You will find the answer in the post.
Finding Similar Image
Linux Magazine Column 50
AoC 2022/23 - Unstable diffusion
AoC 2022/24 - These elves require a lot of patience...
AoC 2022/25 - Wind down, hot air up!
AoC 2022/16 - Paying a debt
AoC 2022/16 - OMG what an improvement
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The Weekly Challenge - 199
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RECAP - The Weekly Challenge - 198
Enjoy a quick recap of last week's contributions by Team PWC dealing with the "Max Gap" and "Prime Count" tasks in Perl and Raku. You will find plenty of solutions to keep you busy.
Prime the Gaps!
Nice discussion about the task "Max Gap", thanks for sharing.
Prime the Gap
The power of Raku makes the solution simple and easy to follow. Great work, keep it up.
Mind The Gap
Lots of technical aspects discussed in the blog. You really don't want to miss it.
PWC198 - Max Gap
Clean straight forward solutions both in Perl and Raku. Thanks for your contribution.
PWC198 - Prime Count
Pleasantly surprised with the fun approach. Keep up the great work.
Master of Golf coding. The end result looks beautiful. Thanks.
Perl Weekly Challenge 198: Max Gap and Prime Count
Modular solutions makes the code easy to ready. Well done.
First Perl Code of the Year!
Well, not just Raku but SQL is part of the gang as always. Please do checkout.
Perl Weekly Challenge 198
Good use of CPAN module to solve the task elegantly. Keep it up great work.
Mind the gap!
Thanks for sharing the sort fun. Thanks for your contributions.
The Weekly Challenge #198
Well documented solutions. Always fun to follow the blog post.
Kotlin is the choosen one this week from the collection of gems. Keep it up great work.
Weekly Challenge 198
Nice demo of code re-use. Why re-inventing the wheel, well done.
The consistent contribution is the key factor. Thank you for your support.
2023.01 Humming Away
Great CPAN modules released last week;
MetaCPAN weekly report;
StackOverflow Perl report.
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