Perlbuzz news roundup for 2009-08-19

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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.

  • 2009 WebGUI Users Conference Sep 10-11 (plainblack.com)
  • perl101.org's source is now at http://github.com/petdance/perl101/tree/master I welcome contributions.
  • The PAUSE security updates re: Perlmonks security breach are complete. Thanks Adam+Andreas. (use.perl.org)
  • How to boost your career by contributing to open source projects (theworkinggeek.com)
  • Help perl101.org become a great tool for Perl newcomers (perlbuzz.com)
  • Help Tim Bunce update his Perl Myths talk (blog.timbunce.org)
  • What a tangled web Kwalitee culting has accidentally woven (use.perl.org)
  • On today's episode of Dreadful APIs of Doom, PHP's print_r() function: (us.php.net)
  • Jacinta Richardson: A Perl-only conference, and the most awesome community (use.perl.org)
  • perldoc.perl.org source code on github (use.perl.org)
  • Yuval Kogman: Delimited Continuations for Perl (blog.woobling.org)
  • Alias: We must promote the First Time Experience before we promote Six (use.perl.org)
  • Community contributions for those who don't feel rockstarry enough yet (perlbuzz.com)
  • Typography and perception of Perl (blog.newint.org)
  • This is why you use Perl's \b zero-width assertion when replacing words. (selinker.livejournal.com)
  • Why company-based PAUSE accounts are a bad idea. (use.perl.org)

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