2015.07.05 in #206
Perl5 to Perl6 conversion a la Perl::Critic
... and it is called Perl::Mogrify
2015.07.25 in #209
Perl::ToPerl6 released to CPAN
Jeff has released the first version of Perl::ToPerl6, a module which will convert (parts of) your code to the equivalent Perl 6 syntax. It's version 0.1, so doesn't handle everything yet. You could help with that maybe? Some lucky soul may even get it next month in the Pull Request Challenge :-)
2015.08.30 in #214
Jeff has released a new version of Perl::ToPerl6, his tool for translating Perl 5 to Perl 6.
2016.02.13 in #238
From Regular Expressions to Grammars: Pt. 2
Jeff continues his series on Perl 6 regular expressions and grammars, which has so far been about the former.
2016.09.14 in #269
Join me online for 3 hours of Perl 6 training courtesy O'Reilly
2016.10.11 in #273
Perl6::Parser available for Perl 6
Jeff's first release of a Perl 6 module for parsing Perl 6. As Jeff says, this might be handy for pretty printers, syntax highlighting, etc.
2017.04.05 in #299
You won't believe this one quick Perl 6 optimization hack!
Jeff clickbaits us, then shows a quick hack that speeds things up in the Perl6::Parser test suite.
2017.11.26 in #331
Test All The Things
Jeff takes us through testing in Perl 6.
2018.01 in #337
Check out Tree Surgery for a quick guide on how to easily walk generic trees of Perl 6 data.
2018.01.11 in #338
Abusing multiple-dispatch creatively
Okay, Jeff--I understand you were hacking on Perl 6 POD trees, but this is some serious voodoo.
2018.03.21 in #349
ALTLR4::Grammar v0.1.0 to Perl 6 CPAN
Jeff has released a module to convert ANTLR4 lexer/parser grammars tfom ANTLR to Perl 6.
2018.07.11 in #364
Perl6 Readline update
DrForr short and easy update of Perl6 Readline.
2018.07.24 in #366
Perl 6 Tutorial at TPC in Glasgow
DrForr is giving training on Perl 6. There is still time left to join the course. Please join now.
2019.12.02 in #437
Rewriting Perl Code for Raku III: The Sorceror
2020.01.15 in #443
Call for FOSDEM 2020 Booth volunteers
2020.03 in #451
Jeff Goff (DrForr)
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