2011.11.02 in #15
Examining MP3 Tags
Solomon Foster (colomon) takes the newly release Niecza Perl 6 for a ride to handle his collection of 23,564 MP3 files.
2012.01.15 in #25
Last Piece of Pi
Solomon Foster (colomon) tells us about his Perl 6 project that a year ago lacked the implementation in both Rakudo and Niecza but today ...
2012.05.23 in #44
Solomon Foster (colomon) has posted a whole series of articles about ABC. This one explains that it is a partial implementation of the ABC notation - the text-based music notation system and the de facto standard for folk and traditional music. In other posts he writes about error handling in ABC (I wonder if that would be avoiding false sounds?) and optimization. One thing that stands out is that opposing popular belief, this is a production system written in Perl 6. If you read this article, then check out the 'previous' and 'next' posts as well.
2012.10.05 in #63
Sums of Fourth Powers
Some interesting Perl 6 code examples by Solomon Foster (colomon). For example, operations on infinite ranges.
2012.10.10 in #64
STEP is a format of CAD files aka. ISO-10303. Solomon Foster uses the grammar extension capabilities of Perl 6 to be able to build a strict parser that will enforce the standard, and one, that can also parse real-world, not so standard files.
2012.10.16 in #65
Solomon Foster is making more steps.
2014.10.13 in #169
Flattening and such
Solomon Foster (colomon) is being confused by the flattening (or not) behaviour of Perl 6. So what can mere mortals say?
2015.02.02 in #185
Rakudo To-Do List
2015.07.02 in #206
Fun and Easy Fibonacci Trick
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