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Daily archive for Sunday, 11 March 2012

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Gabor Szabo (szabgab): How to build a dynamic web application using PSGI
Now that we have built our first web application using PSGI we can go a step further and build something that can respond to a query.

For the full article visit How to build a dynamic web application using PSGI

Caleb Cushing ( xenoterracide ): Adventures with SOAP using Perl: Part 2 ( SOAP::Data::Builder )

Start by reading the first 2 parts :

  1. Part 0 Prelude (setup server.pl)
  2. Part 1 SOAP::Lite
SOAP::Data::Builder is simply a wrapper around SOAP::Data and SOAP::Serializer for SOAP::Lite. I used it because it made my life easier building nested complicated S [...]
Zbigniew Lukasiak: WebNano - code experiments
WebNano is only a few hundreds lines - but you can arrange it in many many ways - and then you need to test it with all kinds of URL schemas and controller architecture. I do a lot of exploratory coding - testing all the possible arrangements. I feel [...]
Jess Robinson: Under the palm tree (week-1-of-cft.html)

Week 1 of CFT

As you may, or may not know, I left Sophos as of the end of Feb, and am now CFT (Copious-Free-Time) enabled. This is an attempt to document what I'm getting up to, to make sure I'm not wasting it.

Dentist

I visited the dentist twice this w [...]

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

This is the ten most rated questions at Stack Overflow last week.
Between brackets: question score & answers count
Built date: 2012/03/11 17:02:09 GMT


  1. Decrypt obfuscated perl script - [12/3]
  2. Why is "use namespace::autoclean" preferred to "no Moose"? - [9 [...]
Josetteorama: QCon – the End
On the second day, I met with Russ Miles, author of Learning UML 2.0, AspectJ Cookbook, Head First Software Development and soon (famous last words) Programming Spring. Why do I say “soon”? I think I had that conversation with Russ during QCon 2011 [...]
JT Smith: Posted Perl in a Trading Environment: A Multi-Pronged Success Story to JT Smith
Sean Blanton will give a talk at YAPC::NA 2012 described as: Perl has proven itself in our start-up trading strategy in many different areas: system and application administration, networking, data collection, reporting, website and recently analytic [...]
YAPC::NA: Perl in a Trading Environment: A Multi-Pronged Success Story

Sean Blanton will give a talk at YAPC::NA 2012 described as:

Perl has proven itself in our start-up trading strategy in many different areas: system and application administration, networking, data collection, reporting, website and recently analytics [...]

Tim Heaney (oylenshpeegul): asynchronicity
I've never played much with asynchronous page loads before and then it's come up three times this month. First, I saw this post on Any::Event, so I gave that try #!/usr/bin/env perl use v5.14; use warnings; use AnyEvent; use AnyEvent::HTTP; use Time [...]
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