Last Week in Pony - May 28, 2017
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Items of note
The Pony standard library now includes a persistent set class. It was merged as part of the work being done on RFC 42.
Audio from the May 24, 2017, Pony development sync meeting is available. Lots of conversation during the development sync about Joe’s RFC to improve the performance characteristics of string concatention. We also had a good discussing arising from the stateful exceptions RFC.