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Daily archive for Thursday, 04 April 2013

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Vyacheslav Matyukhin (mmcleric): Play Perl is a Startup
Yep. I'm leaving my daily job at Yandex in 2 months to see how far I can take the concepts behind http://play-perl.org/. I spent 7 years at Yandex, it's pretty much the only job I ever had. I never...
David Farrell sillymoose: Perl arrays 101 - create, loop and manipulate

Arrays in Perl contain an ordered list of values that can be accessed using built-in functions. They are one of the most useful data structures and frequently used in Perl programming.

David Farrell sillymoose: Perl arrays 101 - create, loop and manipulate

Arrays in Perl contain an ordered list of values that can be accessed using built-in functions. They are one of the most useful data structures and frequently used in Perl programming.

David Farrell sillymoose: Perl arrays 101 - create, loop and manipulate

Arrays in Perl contain an ordered list of values that can be accessed using built-in functions. They are one of the most useful data structures and frequently used in Perl programming.

Kevin Dawson (bowtie): App::Midgen, update notice + some colour
switched output format type from cfile to cpanfile `midgen -f cpanfile' thanks for the kick Miyagawa++ nb, if you have written an `.midgenrc' file suggest you either edit it or delete it and start again, opps....
Sinan Unur (Sinan): Linode, please don't stop messing with my uptime!

As I have mentioned before, I am a happy Linode customer. I mean, Linode just keeps on rocking! I have never in my life encountered a business that is such a pleasure to deal with and provides a product so well-functioning that you forget how life us [...]

Sinan Unur (Sinan): Linode, please don't stop messing with my uptime!

As I have mentioned before, I am a happy Linode customer. I mean, Linode just keeps on rocking! I have never in my life encountered a business that is such a pleasure to deal with and provides a product so well-functioning that you forget how life us [...]

chromatic: How to Identify Clunky Perl 5 Code
If you're going to learn Perl programming, you need to know which code to avoid. Here are three suggestions to help.
miguel prz (niceperl): The essential perl hacker's toolkit‎ - video
Recently, I found this video from YAPC::NA 2012, titled "The Essential Perl Hacker's Toolkit‎", by Stephen R. Scaffidi. It's a tour over a set of useful CPAN distributions. I like it.



You can find the proposed module list in this document
Tokuhiro Matsuno: Test::CallCounter だした
@tokuhirom++ “@soh335: @xaicron mock::guard よく使ってるんですけど、呼ばれた回数だけカジュアルに取れるのが ( cpan に ) あるといいですね!”— さいくろん (@xaicron) April 4, 2013 use Test::
Tokuhiro Matsuno: Perl6 の速度にかんするメモ - 20130404
http://blog.64p.org/entry/20120130/1327912149 ↑2012年1月だと、 Perl6 がすげーはやくなった! みたいなこといってて、たしかにだいぶはやくなった感じはする。10, 000回もインクリメントするスクリプトも7秒以内におわる。
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