I was wrong about the semantics of Raku’s sigils. What does that mean for their power? And what can the difference teach us about language design more broadly?
Finding flow while coding is sometimes tricky to do – it’s even trickier when encountering ‘someone else’s code’. We’ve all had the experience of reading code and crying, “WAT?!”. Working with high ‘wattage’ code is not just unpleasant, it costs time and money. The more WATs a program contains, the scarier it is, and sadly,Continue reading “Day 2: Less Variable Wattage = More Flow”