Bugs R Us - A Transit::Network Update
 Version 0.0.1 of «Transit::Network» had a serious bug in the vehicle
command, introduced just before it was published.
Planning Public Transportation with Raku
 Presenting my module «Transit::Network» and the accompanying program
«networkplanner», that can be used to plan and test public transportation
Amazingly Raku - Part 4, 5, 6, 7 and 8
 Five additional parts to this article, presenting the module «Game::Amazing»
and two games. And a maze editor.
Centenary Sequences with Raku
 Celebrating 100 Raku articles with 100 Sequences
 Mazes are fun. We can use Raku to create them, and to solve them (check if
they are traversable).
Seven Bridges to Raku - Part 5: Paris Metro
[81.5] The fifth part of the «Seven Bridges
series looks into how we can model a metro network, using Paris as an example.
Seven Bridges to Raku
 Way back in Pokemon Chiao, Raku
, I name
dropped Euler and his
Bridges of Königsberg
Now the time has come for doing something about those bridges, so to speak...
Rash Again - The promise
 Part seven about Rash, the Raku Shell
Rash - A Raku Shell
 Raku has good support for running external programs, so why not write
I have set up a framework for maintaining a semi-automatic Keyword
. 10 articles are currently indexed, with more to come.
Raku and the (Re)blessed Child
 Why doesn't «rebless» work in Raku anymore?
 About my «Beginning Raku» book and course.
From Perl 6 to Raku (With Love)
 About the language rename, and this new website.
Easy as Six
 Corrections and comments to my «Easy as Six» talk at PerlCon 2019 in Riga.
DIY Cryptography with Raku
 This article presents a home made cryptographical algorithm by yours truly.
Cryptography DIY is a bad idea, but I'll have a go at it anyway.
Raku Gather, I Take
 Displaying files with gather/take, a powerful mechanism for semi-asyncronous
 Everything you'd ever want to know (and much, much more) about the
colon (the :
character) in Raku.
Gibberish by Raku
 A Gibberish Generator, giving us random gibberish in return for a real text.
Raku EU Edition
 Raku adapted to EU Usage, where we use €
to identify scalars.