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Chris Travers: PGObject Cookbook Part 1: Introduction

Preface


I have decided to put together a PGObject Cookbook, showing the power of this framework.  If anyone is interested in porting the db-looking sides to other languages, please let me know.  I would be glad to provide whatever help my ti [...]
John Napiorkowski: New Perl Catalyst Development Branch "Holland" Now Open
Hello Catalyst Lovers and Users! Let's see if we can get one more release of Catalyst out the door in time for Advent 2014 (see 2013 if you are not familiar)! For this release we've moved issue tracking from Questhub to Github Issues. Questhub is fan [...]
CPAN Testers: CPAN Testers Summary - August 2014 - Agents of Fortune

Happy CPAN Day. If you weren't aware last month, Neil Bowers took on a promotion of the first CPAN Day. A day to celebrate the birth of CPAN. Although the concept of CPAN started before 16th August 1995, that was the day that the first true upload oc [...]

Louis Erickson (laufeyjarson): PBP: 040 Multiline Strings
The PBP suggests breaking your strings on any embedded newlines so they look in code something like they’ll look when output. It’s not a bad idea, and I generally support it. I don’t find it as useful as it could be, because things [...]
NAP Tech Blog: Releasing NAP::policy to the world
We published an article on this site, over two years ago, describing our policy / pragma module. Today we are releasing it to the world, in its own public GitHub repository. I’m not going to detail what the module does, … Continue reading
Herbert Breunung: YATOP5R (y a thought on Perl roadmap)
You propably seen that rant as well as what it caused. I'm neither core dev nore very prolific Perl guy but I stuck around for some years and seen a lot from near - so I had the the urge...
Chris Travers: LedgerSMB 1.4.0 Released

15 September 2014, London. The LedgerSMB project - all-volunteer developers and contributors - today announced LedgerSMB 1.4.0.

Based on an open source code base first released in 1999, the LedgerSMB project was formed in 2006 and saw it's 1.0 release [...]
Perl TV: DTrace War Stories (English 22:03)

Several stories of how DTrace saved someone's day when nothing else could.

You too can wield this power and be the envy of your community.

Resources

miguel prz (niceperl): (cl) stackoverflow perl report

This is the ten most rated questions at Stack Overflow last week.
Between brackets: [question score / answers count]
Build date: 2014-09-12 19:01:16 GMT


  1. Difference between \*DATA and *DATA - [6/1]
  2. Reverse the order of key, value in an array conversion to [...]
miguel prz (niceperl): (cxxv) metacpan weekly report - Pry

This is the weekly favourites list of CPAN distributions. Votes count: 148

Week's winner: Pry (+5)

Build date: 2014/09/12 18:58:42 GMT


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Dave Jacoby (/var/log/rant): Leveraging the Forecast.io API
A while ago, I got an API key for Forecast.io, with the intention of writing something that takes a look at the day to say whether I could bike to work without getting weathered on. I have not written that, and I certainly haven't started biking to w [...]
Peter Rabbitson (ribasushi): How does <email>@cpan.org work?
In the recent year I notice more and more instances that mail to ribasushi@cpan.org is silently swallowed. I know this because I communicate with the senders through other channels, and I've even received forwards of copies of emails which as...
Gabor Szabo (szabgab): Some new MetaCPAN features
Perlybook integration: Each pod page and each release page now have two additional links to download MOBI and EPUB version of the current pod or the combined pod of the whole distribution. The CPAN Author dashboard (can be reached from...
vti: Go infrastructure for Perl developers

So I have decided to look into the Go language a bit closer. Last time I ended doing just a simple tutorial. This time I decided to rewrite this blog engine (http://github.com/vti/Twist) in Go. The result can be found on GitHub (http://github.com/vti [...]

Louis Erickson (laufeyjarson): PBP: 039 Long Numbers
Great big numbers full of digits are hard to read and be sure they’re right, so the PBP suggest using the magic underscore in the numbers to spread them out and make them more readable. And it is true, it helps: Can you afford it? Apparently no [...]
Sinan Unur (Sinan): Scraping PDF documents without losing your sanity

The epiphany came when I was trying to extract usable information from a bunch of documents.

Some people insist on distributing essential information in PDF format making it very hard to make use of said information.

Now, I have never really made it pa [...]

Chris Travers: Math and SQL Part 6: The Problem with NULLs
This will be the final installment on Math and SQL and will cover the problem with NULLs.  NULL handling is probably the most poorly thought-out feature of SQL and is inconsistent generally with the relational model.  Worse, a clear mathema [...]
David Farrell sillymoose: Get a weather report at the terminal with Perl

WWW::Wunderground::API makes it easy to pull weather data for your area

Perl TV: Growing Perl Developers (English 51:23)

The sound and the video is broken between 2:38-3:58 , please skip that part. The actual talk ends at 25:20 and then it is QA.

We hire lots of really smart people that really know software development, architecture, and scaling critical systems. There [...]

Jeffrey Kegler: Parsing: a timeline
[Cross-posted by invitation from its home on the Ocean of Awareness blog.] 1960: The ALGOL 60 spec comes out. It specifies, for the first time, a block structured language. The ALGOL committee is well aware that nobody knows how to parse such a langu [...]
Louis Erickson (laufeyjarson): PBP: 038 Leading Zeroes
Best Practice: Don’t pad decimal numbers with leading zeroes. In my mind, this isn’t a best practice. It’s an error. You can’t pad decimal numbers with leading zeroes – they turn into octal numbers and are wrong. The boo [...]
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