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Jonathan Worthington (jnthn): Complex cocktail causes cunning crash
I did a number of things for Perl 6 yesterday. It was not, however, hard to decide which of them to write up for the blog. So, let’s dig in. Horrible hiding heisenbugs It all started when I was looking … Continue reading
perlancar: Getopt modules 09: Getopt::Declare, Getopt::Euclid, Docopt
About this mini-article series. Each day for 24 days, I will be reviewing a module (but 3 modules for today) that parse command-line options (such modules are usually under the Getopt::* namespace). First article is here. In 2012, the Python option p [...]
perlancar: Getopt modules 08: Getopt::Tiny
About this mini-article series. Each day for 24 days, I will be reviewing a module that parses command-line options (such module is usually under the Getopt::* namespace). First article is here. Getopt::Tiny is a module written in 1999-2002 by David [...]
perlancar: Getopt modules 07: Getopt::Std::Strict
About this mini-article series. Each day for 24 days, I will be reviewing a module that parses command-line options (such module is usually under the Getopt::* namespace). First article is here. Getopt::Std::Strict is a module written by Leo Charre [...]
Sinan Unur (Sinan): Another Lenovo 3000 N100 bites the dust

Another Lenovo 3000 N100 bites the dust

It happened again.

My Lenovo 3000 N100 died.

This time, it happened while I was working on something. I was typing something, nothing particularly demanding was going on in the backgr [...]

Active State: The Open Source Languages Company: Update
Since we announced the new direction for ActiveState on November 1st (you can read more about The Open Source Languages Company in my prior blog), we've been having great conversations with these new language communities and with our existing and pro [...]
perlancar: Getopt modules 05: Getopt::Valid
About this mini-article series. Each day for 24 days, I will be reviewing a module that parses command-line options (such module is usually under the Getopt::* namespace). First article is here. Getopt::Valid is yet another module that wraps Getopt [...]
perlancar: Getopt modules 06: Opt::Imistic
About this mini-article series. Each day for 24 days, I will be reviewing a module that parses command-line options (such module is usually under the Getopt::* namespace). First article is here. Option parsing modules can be categorized into two: tho [...]
Dave Cross (perlhacks): Hacking Symbol::Approx::Sub

In October, for (I think) the second year, Digital Ocean ran Hacktoberfest – a campaign encouraging people to submit pull requests to Github repos in exchange for free t-shirts. A few of us thought that this might be a good way to do a small bit of e [...]

Joel Berger (jberger): Meta::Hack 2016
MetaCPAN is the community developed and maintained website and api for finding and learning about Perl modules. This year, we dedicated a long weekend to improving it and oh what a weekend it was!...
perlancar: Getopt modules 04: Getopt::Compact
About this mini-article series. Each day for 24 days, I will be reviewing a module that parses command-line options (such module is usually under the Getopt::* namespace). First article is here. Getopt::Compact is a module that was first released in [...]
perlancar: Getopt modules 03: Getopt::Long::Descriptive
About this mini-article series. Each day for 24 days, I will be reviewing a module that parses command-line options (such module is usually under the Getopt::* namespace). First article is here. Note that from this day on, all the reviewed modules ar [...]
miguel prz (niceperl): (cix) 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 CryptX 0.044 18 Crypto toolkit
2 DBD::mysql 4.041 39 A MySQL driver for the Perl5 Databa [...]
miguel prz (niceperl): (ccxli) metacpan weekly report
This is the weekly favourites list of CPAN distributions. Votes count: 30
This week there isn't any remarkable distribution
Build date: 2016/12/02 18:40:37 GMT

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miguel prz (niceperl): (cclxvi) stackoverflow perl report
These are the ten most rated questions at Stack Overflow last week.
Between brackets: [question score / answers count]
Build date: 2016-12-02 18:38:20 GMT

  1. When does perl free its lexical variable from memory? - [5/4]
  2. Why doesn't a filehandle need a sigil [...]
Chris Fields: Day 2 – Bioinformatics with Perl 6
Originally posted on Perl 6 Advent Calendar:
Summer of 2016 and I’m preparing to help teach a class on metagenomics with my boss, Dr. Bonnie Hurwitz, at The University of Arizona. She and I are both alumi of Dr. Lincoln Stein’s lab when h [...]
perlancar: Getopt modules 02: Getopt::Std
About this mini-article series. Each day for 24 days, I will be reviewing a module that parses command-line options (such module is usually under the Getopt::* namespace). First article is here. Getopt::Std is the other core module that comes with Pe [...]
Active State: Grep is Losing Its Grip
Grep is the ubiquitous command line tool for finding lines in files that match a pattern. Originally invented by computer science luminary Ken Thompson in November 1974, it was originally developed for the Unix operating system, but is available toda [...]
Michiel Beijen (Mike__B): OTRS API Documentation Improved

Did you know that there is extensive documentation available on OTRS, including Perl and JavaScript API docs? The Perl API documentation has seen some improvements recently, including Improved table of contents Syntax highlighting for Perl code snipp [...]

perlancar: Getopt modules 01: Getopt::Long
About this mini-article series. Each day for 24 days, I will be reviewing a module that parses command-line options (such module is usually under the Getopt::* namespace). Today, our module is Getopt::Long. I actually have reviewed it in a couple of [...]
Olaf Alders: meta::hack Wrap-up Report
We had a great four days at meta::hack a couple of weeks ago. I've tried to briefly summarize what we accomplished....
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