Perlbuzz news roundup for 2009-07-11

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These links are collected from the Perlbuzz Twitter feed. If you have suggestions for news bits, please mail me at andy@perlbuzz.com.

  • Tim Bunce surveys customer relationship management systems in Perl (blog.timbunce.org)
  • Sending mail through Gmail with Perl (nixtutor.com)
  • From the DarkPAN: "The Perl community should move forward without worrying overly much about us that have to drive in the slow lane." (use.perl.org)
  • rgs's blog post about his resignation as bleadperl pumpking (consttype.blogspot.com)
  • How we should address the DarkPAN problem (perl-toddr.blogspot.com)
  • I think chromatic's points boil down to TAGNI: They Ain't Gonna Need It, where They is the unknown DarkPAN. I'm inclined to (agree.)
  • Patrick Michaud is looking for Rakudo release managers (use.perl.org)
  • perl/vendor/site explained (use.perl.org)
  • Top five non-technical mistakes made by programmers (makinggoodsoftware.com)
  • Six modules to help with complexity management (use.perl.org)
  • Test::Pod is now on github. Bug fixes welcome! (github.com)
  • CPAN Explorer gets props in Visual Complexity (visualcomplexity.com)
  • Upgrading Debian packages with newer CPAN releases (use.perl.org)

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