Last Week in Pony - March 04, 2018

Sunday, March 04, 2018 | Posted in Last Week in Pony

Last Week In Pony is a weekly blog post to catch you up on the latest news for the Pony programming language. To learn more about Pony check out our website, our Twitter account @ponylang, our users’ mailing list or join us on IRC.

Got something you think should be featured? There’s a GitHub issue for that! Add a comment to the open “Last Week in Pony” issue.

Last Weeks Playground

Celebrate!

I hereby celebrate the creation of the weekly Pony Last Weeks Playground section.

You have a wicked Pony Playground example that you want to share? Some cool language feature you just found out about and want let people know it exists? Some surprising behavior that you find interesting? Some weird bug, that gives you a headache? Or just something really elegant that wouldn’t be possible to express in other languages?

No matter what, share it! There is no good or bad or simple or advanced.

The Rules

  • Add some module docstring at the top of your playground link in which the sharable feature of the code below is explained.
  • Submit your Playground Link (Use the Gist button and share the appearingPlayground link) as a comment to the current Last Week in Pony Issue.
  • Take part in the voting Process by adding a +1 reaction on the comment.
  • In case of a tie, I am executing my powers as Last Week in Pony author to decide which one should be featured.
  • There can be only one!

As I just invented this crazy section, I am taking the freedom to post the first link:

Last Weeks Playground

This one is about generic primitives.

Pony Development Sync

The Pony developers met on their weekly sync call on Wednesday February 28, 2018. Check out the recorded audio.

The next one is scheduled for Wednesday, March 07, 2018 at 03:30 PM (GMT-05:00) America/New York via zoom. Join the Dev Mailing List to get all the details. We’d love to have you there.

RFCs

Final Comment Period

Pending

Active (Waiting for Implementation)

Interested in making a change, or keeping up with changes to Pony? Check out the RFC repo. Contributors welcome!

AUTHOR

Matthias Wahl

Matthias is a mediocre programmer who is obsessed with lightweight concurrency primitives and property based testing. Secret Superpowers include: Confusing people on IRC.