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Sebastian Willing: Reference found where even-sized list expected

I started working myself though a long list of unfixed warnings today and encountered something I didn't see before: Reference found where even-sized list expected at project/Something.pm:573. The message seems to be clear, but do you find the proble [...]

Olaf Alders: MetaCPAN Welcomes Liquid Web as a Hosting Sponsor
MetaCPAN would not exist as we know it, if it weren't for our sponsors. I'm particularly happy to say that we have some incredibly supportive hosting sponsors who understand our needs and provide us with the gear that helps us...
Jonathan Worthington (jnthn): Taking a short break
Just a little update. When I last posted here, I expected to write the post about what I got up to in the second week of May within a couple of days. Unfortunately, in that next couple of days I … Continue reading
Pattawan Kaewduangdee (oiami): OSDC Nordic 2015
After I finished the Outreach Program for Women (OPW) or now is known as Outreachy program in August 2014, I moved to Germany to study my master degree.  I was busy with my first semester of study, so unfortunately that I didn't have much time t [...]
Alexandr Alexeev (afiskon): Регулярные выражения в C++11 и парсинг логов Nginx
Ранее мы уже выясняли, что C++ никогда не умрет, и знать низкоуровневые вещи приходится, даже если фултайм пишешь на Scala. Поэтому я решил уделять некоторое время пописыванию небольших программок на C/C++. Тем более, что с тех пор, когда я активно э [...]
miguel prz (niceperl): (xxix) CPAN great modules released last week
This is a list of great CPAN modules released last week. A module is considered great if its favorites count is greater or equal than 12.

# CPAN module Version Date Votes
1 App::Sqitch 0.9992 2015-05-20 25
2 CPAN::Changes 0.400001 2015-05-23 19
3 Catalyst::Runtime 5.9 [...]
miguel prz (niceperl): (clxi) metacpan weekly report - App::cpanminus & Mojolicious
This is the weekly favourites list of CPAN distributions. Votes count: 163
Week's winners (+3): App::cpanminus, Mojolicious
Build date: 2015/05/23 20:32:43 GMT

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miguel prz (niceperl): (clxxxvi) stackoverflow perl report
This is the ten most rated questions at Stack Overflow last week.
Between brackets: [question score / answers count]
Build date: 2015-05-23 20:21:13 GMT

  1. What is a magical array in Perl? - [12/3]
  2. perl sort 2d array with references - [4/1]
  3. Perl soap::lite a [...]
Luca Ferrari (fluca1978): CPAN PR Challenge: May done!
In order to recover from the April failure, I decided to do my May assignment as quick as possible.
And just a few days after I was on Mouse I placed a Pull Request:
As you can see I'm still doing more a clean-up refactoring, and this allows me to impr [...]
Alberto Simões (ambs): CPAN PR-Challenge: May Report
Somehow I missed to post my April report. Don't remember well what was the PR. It was something basic, as I lack the time for real work. This month I prepared a Pull Request on removing HTML from result entries...
perlcodesample: DBIx::Custom 0.35リリース - DBIx::Custom::Whereクラスにjoin属性の追加
DBIx::Custom 0.35をリリースしました。DBIx::Customは、Perlでデータベースへの操作を簡単に行うための便利なモジュールです。DBIのラッパーとして動作します。 DBIx::Custom - CPAN 今回は、DBIx::Custom::Whereクラスに、join属性を追加しました。select分では、whereを記述するためには、joinを記述する必要がある場合が多いです。 そこで、DBIx::Custom::Whereクラスでもjoinを設定することができるよ [...]
Luca Ferrari (fluca1978): CPAN PR Challenge: April skipped!
I totally missed the April assignment.
I was assigned to Net::Pcap, that was definetively too much complex for my skills.
And besides, I did not have even time to study it in deep.
Sorry guys.
Ricardo SIGNES (rjbs): perl has built-in temp files

I use temporary files pretty often. There are a bunch of ways to do this, and File::Temp is probably the most popular. It's pretty good, but also pretty complicated. A big part of this complication is that it's meant to keep your filename around unti [...]

Booking.com dev blog: How We Spent Two Days Making Perl Faster

This is a story about a significant new optimization to the Perl interpreter. It is a story about battling code complexity. And it is a story about wanting to have our cake and eat it too.

A recent Booking.com hackathon provided us the opportunity to [...]

f00li5h: Announcing-putty_shortcut_sync.pl:-Create-Shortcuts-to-PuTTY-hosts
Announcing putty_shortcut_sync.pl: Create Shortcuts to PuTTY hosts
f00li5h: Announcing MojoMojo::Plugins::SensibleFeed
Announcing MojoMojo::Plugins::SensibleFeed
Dave Cross (perlhacks): Building TwittElection

I was asked to write a guest post for the Built In Perl blog. I wrote something about how I built my site, TwittElection, for the recent UK general election. In the UK we have just had a general election. Over the last few weeks many web sites have s [...]

perlancar: Introducing lib::filter
lib::filter is a pragma that can help you while debugging your applications by simulating the absence of some modules. You can: Test your application using only core modules (this is basically the same as using lib::core::only): % perl -Mlib::filter [...]
Olaf Alders: MetaCPAN Thanks Bytemark for Two Years as a Hosting Sponsor
Today I'd like to take a moment to recognize Bytemark, which has been a MetaCPAN hosting sponsor for over 2 years now. When our original hosting sponsor was no longer able to support us, we found ourselves in a tight...
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Slight language warning.

The PaleoFuture blog on Gizmodo had a review of Tomorrowland from a Robot from the Future today, and of course it's in binary. I saw that shortly after coming in, and I thought "Hey, that'd be an interesting exercise to use to [...]
miguel prz (niceperl): (xxviii) CPAN great modules released last week
This is a list of great CPAN modules released last week. A module is considered great if its favorites count is greater or equal than 12.

# CPAN module Version Date Votes
1 AnyEvent::HTTP 2.22 2015-05-14 25
2 Capture::Tiny 0.30 2015-05-16 55
3 Carton v1.0.21 2015-05-15 [...]
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