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Use JSON in Perl 6, article published

I wrote an article for codementor.io on how to use JSON in Perl 6.

It’s a good tutorial and introduction to Perl 6 which hasn’t seen wide adoption yet. It’s a solid language which has had a lot of thought put into it and the libraries that exist for it so far are good. Since it’s still Perl, it has that hack-y, fast-paced feel to it where you feel like you can quickly put together a one-off script to get the job done or put together an MVP (Minimal Viable Product). However, since Perl 6 is better designed, you can build a well-structured, well-engineered large project.

Learning new languages and how they work can help make you a better programmer and introduce new ways of thinking that can make it easier for you to find solutions to technical problems.

Rudolf Olah is a software development expert with over 8 years of professional software developer experience. He has produced the video courses "Reactive Programming in Python with RxPy, PyQt5 and Tornado" and "Learning AngularJS Testing" for PacktPublishing. Rudolf offers web development training courses for individual developers and for web development teams. He writes about tech leadership, career coaching and project management.