2014.02.17 in #135
Changes during week 7 of 2014 Feb 17
MoarVM has it own web site, doc.perl6.org became prettier among many other news. Including a section on how can you get involved.
2014.03.10 in #138
Changes for week 10 of 2014 Mar 10
This is the Perl 6 weekly
2014.03.17 in #139
Week 11 of 2014
The Perl 6 weekly blog
2014.04.14 in #143
Week 15: Performance Work continued
The Perl 6 weekly
2014.05.05 in #146
2014.18: More supply ops, loop labels, more async I/O on jvm
The Perl 6 weekly.
2014.06.30 in #154
2014.26: On-Stack-Replacement, stability, ...
2014.10.06 in #168
2014.40: Weekly changes in and around Perl 6
timotimo reviews what happened in the world of Perl6 this week.
2015.01.07 in #181
2015.01 Get ready to Party!
Will 2015 be the year Christmas will come? It's way too early to say -- first, let's see about Easters -- but things are nonetheless stirring in the Perl 6 world.
2015.01.25 in #183
Gathering Up Steam Again
On the Perl6 horizon: quick way create hashes with objects for keys, more helpful warning messages, optimizations, and more!
2015.01.26 in #184
The latest news from Perl 6 (apart from, you know, that talk). MoraVM got 20% faster,
2015.02.17 in #187
I like trains! Fast trains, that is ...
The weekly Perl 6 update: performance improvements; the 'long' type, and stricter laxness, among other things.
2015.03.16 in #190
2015.10 FOSDEM Videos and Role Conflicts
What happened on the Perl6 front this week. Plus a nice bunch of Perl6 videos from FOSDEM.
2015.03.24 in #192
Perl 6 weekly happenings
Lazy deserialization of objects has been re-enabled in MoarVM, which should give "much better memory usage and speed when starting up a program that doesn't use every class there is". Also a rakudo release, some documentation improvements, and a bunch of other things too!
2015.04.08 in #194
Happy easter, enjoy your unsigned types!
Unsightly? Never. But unsignly? From this week on.
2015.05.12 in #199
2015.19: Events & Conferences
A summary of many Perl 6 things going on at various events.
2015.06.23 in #205
Catching Up Is Hard To Do
The Perl 6 Weekly feel in limbo for 3 weeks, and now liztormato is playing catch up. Exhausting work for them, but this means a plump, juicy collection of links for us.
2015.07.06 in #207
2015.27 It was HOT
A collection of pointers to many things going on in the Perl 6 world in the week to 6th July.
2015.07.27 in #210
2015.29/30 FastForwarding To The Present
What went on in the Perl6-sphere this week.
2015.08.10 in #212
The Onset Of Upheaval
This week, a brooding thundercloud called "Great List Refactor" -- what is hoped to be the last big storm before Christmas -- appears at the edge of the Perl6 skyscape.
2015.09.28 in #219
All that is happening in the Perl 6 world.
2015.10.05 in #220
A New Face!
The weekly(ish) roundup of Perl 6 news: a new look for perl6.org; the ring operator implemented; a bunch of blog posts and new modules.
2015.10.19 in #222
Nothing massive was brewed this week, but a few nice juicy bugfixes happened.
2015.10.27 in #223
The main news this week was the official release of Perl 6 beta. Christmas is getting closer!
2015.11.09 in #225
Halloween is behind us. As Ed Stark would undoubiously say: Christmas is coming.
2015.11.30 in #228
Arrays Shape Up, Curli Lands and Supply Splits
Quite a lot of stuff happening in Perl6-land this week: a new Rakudo version, a new tutorial, a new Advent calendar, and lots of small stuff falling into place.
2015.12.07 in #229
The usual weekly round-up of Perl 6 news, blog posts, and links to the first week's articles in the Perl 6 advent calendar.
2015.12.22 in #231
2015.52: Closer and closer to the Release
It feels like an awful lot has happened since this was posted, as this is talking about the run-up to the Christmas release of Perl 6, but I still included it for completeness.
2016.03.07 in #242
In the new things this week in Perl 6-land: one of the good introduction tutorials to Perl 6 is now available in French and German.
2016.03.15 in #243
2016.11 JS Fueling Up
The latest news from the Perl 6 world.
2016.05.22 in #252
2016.20 Packaging Progress
The weekly round-up of Perl 6 news.
2016.05.24 in #253
2016.21 A Quick One From Houston
2016.05.30 in #254
Conference Season Taking Off
Conference Season is just about to start, and the Perl 6 enthusiasts will be happy to learn there are quite a few offerings for the language this year.
2016.06.06 in #255
2016.23 Friendlier Bisecting
2016.06.21 in #257
A Quick One From Orlando
An overview of what is happening in the world of Perl6.
2016.07.18 in #261
Perl 6 Weekly - The Zoffix Has Landed
A roundup of Perl 6 news, the headline of which was that Zoffix has been made a core member of the Rakudo project.
2017.02.14 in #291
More Than One Zero
The weekly collection of Perl 6 news.
2018.03 in #346
Delays and Delights - Rakudo Perl 6 performance analysis tooling - Grant Report #1
Bits and pieces: Non-crashy multi-threaded profiles; Faster Heap Snapshots; Web Frontend; Faster Profile File Writing
2018.07.26 in #366
The Garbage Collector
Get the inner details of garbage collection by none other than by TimoTimo himself. I had the pleasure of meeting him personally at the German Perl Workshop 2018. It is worth reading if the subject fancy you.
2018.11.05 in #381
Rakudo Perl 6 performance analysis tooling - Grant Report #5
2019.09.15 in #425
Rakudo Perl 6 performance analysis tooling - Grant Report #11
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