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Gabor Szabo (szabgab): Perl related crowdfunding on Kickstarter and ?
Fundraising or crowdfunding is not easy. Here I collect all the Perl-realted crowdfunding campaigns I can find. (Still work in process)

For the full article visit Perl related crowdfunding on Kickstarter and ?

Michiel Beijen (Mike__B): No more JavaScript in .tt files

If you are (for any reason) watching the OTRS repository on GitHub, you may have noticed a lot of commits last year on master, which were commented with something like “JavaScript refactoring”. In case you were wondering what that was abo [...]

Michiel Beijen (Mike__B): No more JavaScript in .tt files

If you are (for any reason) watching the OTRS repository on GitHub, you may have noticed a lot of commits last year on master, which were commented with something like “JavaScript refactoring”. In case you were wondering what that was abo [...]

Perl.org NOC: Fast and secure Perl docs and CPAN modules with help from Fastly

Fastly

We'd like to thank Fastly for hosting www.cpan.org and perldoc.perl.org on their world class global CDN. 

As of last week, the sites are also available using https://!

   So you can now securely read the Perl core documentation or download over [...]
Moritz Lenz: Perl 6 By Example: Plotting using Matplotlib and Inline::Python

This blog post is part of my ongoing project to write a book about Perl 6.

If you're interested, either in this book project or any other Perl 6 book news, please sign up for the mailing list at the bottom of the article, or here. It will be low volum [...]

Caleb Cushing ( xenoterracide ): Goodbye blogger, migrating this weekend

Well it’s the end of a decade of blogging with blogger for me. Though you’ve probably noticed I haven’t really been blogging for the last 2 years. I hope that’s a combination of these 2 things, but no promises.

  1. writing a tech blog with blogger is incr [...]
Caleb Cushing ( xenoterracide ): Abandoning all Perl modules

As of today I have decided to remove myself as maintainer/co-maintainer of all my Perl modules. Feel free to adopt them

Caleb Cushing ( xenoterracide ): 10 ways of implementing Polymorphism

Firstly what is Polymorphism and why is it so important? Polymorphism is the ability to have a many implementations of a behavior that conform to a single interface. Put in perhaps slightly better, pragmatic terms, you have one implementations of a c [...]

Caleb Cushing ( xenoterracide ): Using Spring to create a full REST API in less than 60 lines of code

Spring with Spring Data is awesome. Seriously, I’ve never been able to throw up a full HATEOAS REST web service this fast. To start, I’ll admit my headliner lie, I’m not counting the pom.xml.

cloc [...]
Caleb Cushing ( xenoterracide ): Writing deprecation notices in perl, optionally with Moose

Sometimes you want to remove behavior from your code in a future version, here’s the right way to do it.

package DeperecatedMethod;
use Moose;
our @CARP_NOT = ( 'Class::MOP::Method::Wrapped', __PACKAGE__ );

has value => (
        isa     =>  [...]
Caleb Cushing ( xenoterracide ): Java Privacy, broken by design

It is worth prefixing that none of the following arguments apply to anything using the keyword static which makes things more procedural (or in some cases functional, than Object Oriented.

The suggestion in Java is to give the least required permissio [...]

Caleb Cushing ( xenoterracide ): Two Hundred Posts

My blog is 6 years old and 200 posts, and over 120k hits, Probably my first interesting post is when decided I was switching to git from svn, and it’s not very interesting, and I think much more poorly written than I write things now. Since the [...]

Caleb Cushing ( xenoterracide ): Matching Hex characters in a Regex

I’ve noticed a common problem with regular expressions and Hex Characters, so I thought I’d blog about it. The most common way to regex a UUID, or SHA1 or some other hex encoded binary value is this (and I’ve seen this in Perl libra [...]

Dave Cross (perlhacks): What Training Should I Run In Amsterdam?

The Perl Conference (formerly known as YAPC) in Amsterdam is getting closer. Oh, sure, it’s not imminent, but in five months time it will all be over. And there’s a lot to get done in those five months. I’m glad I’m not one of the organisers. But the [...]

miguel prz (niceperl): (cxxiv) 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 Votes Abstract
1 Cache::Memcached::Fast 0.25 12 Perl client for memcached, in C language
2 Code::TidyA [...]
miguel prz (niceperl): (cclvi) metacpan weekly report - RPi::WiringPi & WiringPi::API
This is the weekly favourites list of CPAN distributions. Votes count: 34
Week's winners (+2): RPi::WiringPiWiringPi::API
Build date: 2017/03/18 08:44:49 GMT

Clicked for first time:
  • App::RPi::EnvUI - One-page asynchronous grow room environment control w [...]
miguel prz (niceperl): (cclxxxi) stackoverflow perl report
These are the ten most rated questions at Stack Overflow last week.
Between brackets: [question score / answers count]
Build date: 2017-03-18 08:40:48 GMT

  1. Why isn't my overload::constant sub triggered when I use a string variable? - [7/2]
  2. Why memory leak [...]
Caleb Cushing ( xenoterracide ): Using Spring to create a full REST API in less than 60 lines of code

Spring with Spring Data is awesome. Seriously, I’ve never been able to throw up a full HATEOAS REST web service this fast. To start, I’ll admit my headliner lie, I’m not counting the pom.xml.

cloc [...]
Caleb Cushing ( xenoterracide ): Writing deprecation notices in perl, optionally with Moose

Sometimes you want to remove behavior from your code in a future version, here’s the right way to do it.

package DeperecatedMethod;
use Moose;
our @CARP_NOT = ( 'Class::MOP::Method::Wrapped', __PACKAGE__ );

has value => (
        isa     =>  [...]
Caleb Cushing ( xenoterracide ): Java Privacy, broken by design

It is worth prefixing that none of the following arguments apply to anything using the keyword static which makes things more procedural (or in some cases functional, than Object Oriented.

The suggestion in Java is to give the least required permissio [...]

Caleb Cushing ( xenoterracide ): Two Hundred Posts

My blog is 6 years old and 200 posts, and over 120k hits, Probably my first interesting post is when decided I was switching to git from svn, and it’s not very interesting, and I think much more poorly written than I write things now. Since the [...]

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