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Perlbuzz news roundup for 2012-09-10

September 10, 2012 Code craft, CPAN, Perl 5, Perl 6 No comments

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Perlbuzz news roundup for 2012-09-04

September 4, 2012 Conferences, CPAN, Perl 5, Perl 6 No comments

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Perlbuzz news roundup for 2012-08-27

August 27, 2012 Community, CPAN, Perl 5, Perl 6 No comments

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Perlbuzz news roundup for 2012-08-20

August 20, 2012 CPAN, Perl 5 No comments

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Perlbuzz news roundup for 2012-08-13

August 13, 2012 CPAN, Perl 5, Perl 6, Windows No comments

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Perlbuzz news roundup for 2012-07-23

July 23, 2012 Community, Conferences, CPAN, Perl 5 No comments

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Perlbuzz news roundup for 2012-07-09

July 9, 2012 Community, Conferences, CPAN, Perl 5, Perl 6 No comments

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Perlbuzz news roundup for 2012-06-25

June 25, 2012 Community, Conferences, CPAN No comments

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Perlbuzz news roundup for 2012-06-18

June 18, 2012 Community, Conferences, CPAN, Perl 5, Perl 6 No comments

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  • Perl for Big Data: “Hadoop is overrated. Come see what modern Perl can do.” (blog.yapcna.org)
  • Why I use Perl: Reliability (modernperlbooks.com)
  • Any language would be improved if it had Perl’s testing and library culture. (news.ycombinator.com)
  • YAPC::NA 2012’s legacy for future organizers (blogs.perl.org)
  • Evolving tests and code in small steps (modernperlbooks.com)
  • mod_perl 2.07 released, works w/Perl 5.16 (blogs.perl.org)
  • HTML::Tree 5.00 fixes memory leak problems (blogs.perl.org)
  • “Our meritocracy is broken.” — @schwern at #yapcna
  • “The people who want to use Perl are those we should be building the community for.” — @schwern at #yapcna
  • Larry Wall had to hack a 25-year Perl ribbon at #yapcna. (twitter.com)
  • perlybook.org generates epub/mobi ebooks of Perl module documentation.
  • Ovid’s “Beginning Perl” available online for free (blogs.perl.org)
  • “There are no stupid questions” says Mojolicious’ @tempire. “Nobody will be mean to you in #mojo IRC channel.” Bravo for publicly stating.
  • When subgroups of your community find it necessary to say “We will not be mean to you,” your community has a Big Problem.
  • Arduino/Dancer-enabled mobile-enhanced door (blogs.perl.org)
  • Boston Ruby works to be beginner-friendly (openhatch.org)
  • Reflections on YAPC::NA 2012 (blogs.perl.org)
  • How @mithaldu put the YAPC videos on YouTube (blogs.perl.org)
  • Rakudo Perl 6 on Android (blogs.perl.org)
  • YAPC::NA recap from Sawyer_X (blogs.perl.org)
  • Calculating technical debt with Perl::Critic (elliotlovesperl.com)

Perlbuzz news roundup for 2012-06-04

June 4, 2012 CPAN, Opinion, Perl 5 No comments

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  • Perl for Big Data: “Hadoop is overrated. Come see what modern Perl can do.” (blog.yapcna.org)
  • Why I use Perl: Reliability (modernperlbooks.com)
  • Any language would be improved if it had Perl’s testing and library culture. (news.ycombinator.com)
  • Artistic License 2.0 means you don’t need any dual-licensing or “same terms as Perl” boilerplate. Just use Artistic 2. (perlbuzz.com)