Originally published at Perl Weekly 643
Yesterday was my birthday. Usually we go out for a dinner with my family, but this time it did not feel appropriate, we are not really in the mood of celebrations. Then I realized this year I'd like you, dear readers, to do me a favor, read my birthday wishes and help make them come true! Please, don't send a mail with Happy Birthday in it unless you read my wished and can also comment on them. Thank you!
I mentioned earlier that I struggle finding Perl-related content to include. Last week I looked more thoroughly at the content of what Mohammad sent and I had to realize that the vast majority of the posts are in the Weekly challenge section. There are hardly any other posts. So I was happy to receive a request from Roy Schestowitz to mention the article about A Perl-Based Static Site and Gemini Capsule Generator: The Story of tuxmachines.org and techrights.org
In other news I am really glad by all the people who subscribed to my newsletter about Rust. Is is growing at a nice pace. My other newsletter about Israel also got quite a few new subscribers. Even the one in Hungarian about Israel grew. If you are interested in either of these topics and would like to know what I think about them, then subscribe now!
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Enjoy your week!
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A Perl-Based Static Site and Gemini Capsule Generator: The Story of tuxmachines.org and techrights.org
I have no idea what is a Gemini capsule, but Roy the author contacted me and then wrote a blog post I can link to. So here it is.
I guess there is nothing to do with Perl in this, and I personally don't like horror movies, but I love to see the passion of Ricardo and that he makes all this public.
First I thought he is writing about the programming languages, but apparently not. He just released an application called Juliagraph for drawing Mandelbrot and Julia fractals.
Is Perl still relevant? ask the author, tags the question with perl. Is there anyone in the Perl community who would want to comment on this?
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Enjoy a quick recap of last week's contributions by Team PWC dealing with the "Reverse Pairs" and "Floor Sum" tasks in Perl and Raku. You will find plenty of solutions to keep you busy.
Use of do..for construct? Really cool, thanks for sharing.
Keep it short and simple, nice. Good job, keep it up.
The exevution of verbose mode is really fun. Thanks for your contributions as always.
Love the process of making the solutions better. Incredible, keep sharing.
Good use case of CPAN module, smart move. Well done.
A complete command line solution, yet simple. Good job and thanks for sharing.
Raku once again showing off the power. This is really usefull to someone new to Raku. Thanks for your consistent support.
PDL is in action. Just love it, you don't want to miss it.
Good decision of keeping it simple and not going overboard. Well done.
Great commentary on the use of 'combinations' of Raku. Highly recommended.
Compact solutions in Raku. Don't forget we got Python as bonus too. Thanks for everything.
PDL used in one-liner this week. Thank you for your support and contributions.
Thanks for sharing the power of Perl functional features. Simply the best.
Musical background to this week solutions. Wow, this is truly incredible.
A very different and unique approach to solve the task. You should definitely checkout.
Simple use of 2-loops is good enough. Sweet simple solutions.
User defined creation for combinations in language that don't support natively. Highly recommended.
straight forward solutions in Perl and Python like everyweek. You don't want to miss it.
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