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Jonathan Worthington (jnthn): Grant status update
Over the last 3 months, I’ve been working on my Perl 6 Development Fund grant. Those of you following the blog will have seen plenty of posts in that time about what I’ve been up to. This post, 3 months … Continue reading
Sebastian Willing: Kollegen für Perl, PHP, Design, DevOps und Sysadmin gesucht

Zoe sieht beim Abendessen mein T-Shirt: "Was heißt denn Schpark Punkt Punkt Punkt Punkt Punkt fünf?" Sie lernt lesen und alles was Buchstaben hat, ist derzeit interessant. Zufällig war es ein Firmen T-Shirt von der letzten Weihnachtsfeier - und da st [...]

Thomas Klausner (domm): How to notify 1/14th of your users every fortnight
A few days ago I had to write a new spam script notifier. The script should spam inform users of new campaigns available on the website. Each user should get a mail every 14 days, and all users ...
Louis Erickson (laufeyjarson): PBP: 106 Automating Sorts
The PBP suggests using a module called Sort::Maker to build powerful sort functions without getting hung up in the details and possibly messing up the implementation. This introduces the Sort::Maker module, which I never used before, but it sure look [...]
Caleb Cushing ( xenoterracide ): Single Repository, one Aggregate
A Repository as defined in Domain Driven Design manages a single Aggregate. An aggregate may contain many entities, and value objects, but will have a single object as its root. Many of the Dao and even now some of the Repository implementations [...]
Dave Jacoby (/var/log/rant): Unstuck in Time and Space: An Investigation into Location over WiFi.
I track my location with Google and my phone, because I lack sufficient paranoia. To the right is my June 30.

I swear that I didn't leave the Greater Lafayette area. I certainly didn't teleport to the southern suburbs of Indianapolis.

This happens to m [...]
David Farrell sillymoose: Basic network hacking with Perl

A few scripts to get going

Louis Erickson (laufeyjarson): PBP: 105 Avoid string eval
The Best Practices suggest avoiding string eval. This is, in my opinion, a good idea, although I may not be as absolute as many people who follow the perlcritic rule are. In general, if you find yourself using string eval, I worry your design could b [...]
Dave Jacoby (/var/log/rant): Fixing an old logic issue
I am not especially proud of the code below.
It does it's job. Give it a request and a number of accessions and the names you want them to go by, and it changes them in the database.

Except...

Accessions are defined as zero-padded six-digit numbers, so [...]
Dave Rolsky (autarch): Managing Many .travis.yml Files
If you have a lot of distributions, you may also have a lot of .travis.yml files. When I want to update one file, I often want to update all of them. For example, I recently wanted to add Perl 5.22 to the list of Perls I test with. Doing this by hand [...]
Alberto Simões (ambs): CPAN PR-Challenge: June Report
I know this is getting a lame excuse. But with lack of time, the patch I had time to prepare this month is, again, small. It is mostly some extra tests: https://github.com/szbalint/WWW--Curl/pull/10 But better few than nothing......
Sinan Unur (Sinan): Include image data in your Perl script or module

Include image data in your Perl script or module

@kobame asks "What is a recommended method of storing binary data in the __DATA__ section?"

Following that principle, @DavidO posted an answer recommending Base64 encoding the binary data, and using MIME [...]

Sinan Unur (Sinan): Can the creators of Quorum write programs in Quorum?

Can the creators of Quorum write programs in Quorum?

A. Sinan Unur

June 10, 2015

Quorum is a programming language created by Stefik et al. In a 2011 paper, the authors infamously proclaimed:

Results showed that while Quorum users were afforded significan [...]

Sinan Unur (Sinan): Then they came for your Java and Ruby

Then they came for your Java and Ruby

A. Sinan Unur

June 08, 2015

Recently, brian d foy posted a challenge to rewrite a Perl example in Stefik et al. (2011). In that paper, the authors infamously proclaimed:

Results showed that while Quorum users were af [...]

Sinan Unur (Sinan): Multiple cohabitating versions of Perl on Windows

Multiple cohabitating versions of Perl on Windows

A. Sinan Unur

June 02, 2015

I just built my shiny new Perl 5.22.0 on my 64-bit Windows 8.1 system using Visual Studio 2013 Community Edition.

First, and foremost, thank you to all who contributes to the d [...]

Sinan Unur (Sinan): C++: Walking the filesystem with Boost

C++: Walking the filesystem with Boost

A. Sinan Unur

May 31, 2015

Last time, I left after putting together a short but complete program that processed command line arguments, and showed a help message.

Eventually, the program is supposed to walk director [...]

Sinan Unur (Sinan): Who is testing the tests?

Who is testing the tests?

A. Sinan Unur

May 26, 2015

I have no qualms with the basic premise of test-driven development. However, it doesn't take long before one realizes that any test that is even moderately complicated can itself become a source of bu [...]

Sinan Unur (Sinan): Golfing a word count program

Golfing a word count program

A. Sinan Unur

May 18, 2015

In "Can C++ become your new scripting language?", I put together a couple of short programs to compare some of the more modern features of C++ with some of the conveniences of using Perl.

The post g [...]

Sinan Unur (Sinan): Can C++ become your new scripting language?

Can C++ become your new scripting language?

A. Sinan Unur

May 16, 2015

Some background

The first programming language I truly loved was C. It took a while to get there: As a child, I started with Z80 assembly on the venerable ZX Spectrum. Those were the [...]

Sinan Unur (Sinan): Sending faxes using Perl on Windows

Sending faxes using Perl on Windows

A. Sinan Unur

April 23, 2015

Here is a minimal script to send a fax using Perl on Windows:

#!/usr/bin/env perl

use strict;
use warnings;

use Win32::OLE;
$Win32::OLE::Warn = 3;

my $doc = Win32::OLE->new('FaxComEx [...]
Sinan Unur (Sinan): Can programmers do statistics?

Can programmers do statistics?

A. Sinan Unur

April 11, 2015

I have a feeling that most programmer types assume Stats is trivial because the arithmetic involved in most of the basic concepts they have occasion to use is trivial.

In reality, people who ass [...]

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