Perlbuzz news roundup for 2012-04-02

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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.

  • "The measure of a civilization is how it treats its weakest members." So too it is with how an open source project treats its newbies.
  • A recap of the Israeli Perl Workshop 2012 (blogs.perl.org)
  • Who is a contributor to Perl? (perlmonks.org)
  • RT @OvidPerl Perl version 5.15.9 has 521,047 tests all of which just passed. #software #testing #tdd #perl
  • Perl-based search engine DuckDuckGo is taking off: (duckduckgo.com)
  • Discounts on bulk orders of Modern Perl for user groups (modernperlbooks.com)
  • New beta version of HTML::Lint validates HTML entities (perlbuzz.com)
  • The two most premature optimizations: Optimization of non-working code, and of unmeasured code. (perlmonks.org)
  • Devel::Cover reports in vim (blogs.perl.org)
  • Syntax coloring in the debugger (blogs.perl.org)
  • How to install BerkeleyDB (blogs.perl.org)
  • What I learned teaching Perl for advocacy (blogs.perl.org)

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