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Daily archive for Sunday, 14 October 2012

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kd: ... I like to push the pramalot ...
During a recent trip to Sydney I visited the Camelot Lounge. Nothing to do with small children, or arthurian legends, it contains much camel memorabilia. Being a very short train ride (two stops) from the OSDC venue, I thought it...
Dave Rolsky (autarch): Renaming Type
A while back, I posted an announcement of my Type distro. The name Type was always somewhat of a placeholder, and I recently found out that the Type namespace is owned by someone else. It looks like the owner deleted this distro long ago, so I could [...]
Dave Rolsky (autarch): Renaming Type
A while back, I posted an announcement of my Type distro. The name Type was always somewhat of a placeholder, and I recently found out that the Type namespace is owned by someone else. It looks like the owner deleted this distro long ago, so I could [...]
Ulrich Habel (rhaen): Using redis for job queues in Perl
There are alot of different ways to implement job queues in all kinds of programming languages. One approach which is very common is to use SQL database backends and a table. Every row contains a job to run and several job runners are connecting to t [...]
kimmel: Commented on Preliminary results - Survey about Newcomer experience in Perl + One week reminder in Kevin Carillo

Why not just use a bar chart to show the breakdown of the results?

Pie charts fail when there are more than a few items. http://www.stevefenton.co.uk/Content/Pie-Charts-Are-Bad/ A bar chart is much faster to scan and easily understand for this kind of [...]

Rhaen: Using redis for job queues in Perl
There are alot of different ways to implement job queues in all kinds of programming languages. One approach which is … Learn more
miguel prz (niceperl): (l) stackoverflow perl report

This is the ten most rated questions at Stack Overflow last week.
Between brackets: [question score / answers count]
Build date: 2012-10-14 05:57:11 GMT


  1. Why does Perl's string multiplication not warn on undef? - [18/1]
  2. text processing - python vs perl pe [...]
Yanick Champoux (yanick): Fine-Tuning the 'vim-project' Plugin For My Perl Needs

I'm a vim man. Sure, from time to time I hit mid-line editing crisis and feel the need to go and try out some other more flashy editors. But, so far, I've always returned to dear ol' Vim.

Of course, when it comes to hacking code, it comes handy when t [...]

Yanick Champoux (yanick): Fine-Tuning the 'vim-project' Plugin For My Perl Needs

I'm a vim man. Sure, from time to time I hit mid-line editing crisis and feel the need to go and try out some other more flashy editors. But, so far, I've always returned to dear ol' Vim.

Of course, when it comes to hacking code, it comes handy when t [...]

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