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You can read the newsletter on the web, if you prefer.
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Hi,

A long time ago I participated in many discussions about the Perl community
and how to bring in more people to it, but nowadays I am not sure what that
subject would cover. Others are discussing it.

As for me, I try to help people whether it is with knowledge about Perl,
other programming languages, or other technologies. I hope sometimes my
work is useful to others as well. Which brings me to the recent seesion I
had with FErki in which he helped me and the other participants get started
with automation using Rex ( https://code-maven.com/automation-with-rex ).
Next week we are going to have another session (
https://code-maven.com/elk-with-rex ) to which you are invited.

Enjoy your week!

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WebService::Fake update
https://github.polettix.it/ETOOBUSY/2021/03/08/webservice-fake-update/
=20
One of the virtues of Perl is the long backward compatibility, but the
developers of Mojolicious play by a different ruleset. They are ready to
break backward compatibility to allow for development. It certainly has a
disadvantage when it bites you, but maybe that's a better choice than
being stuck with features that could be provided in a better way, or that
were just plain wrong even when they were introduced. Perl has plenty of
both. By being ready to pay the price of incompatible changes Mojolicious
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The Perl debugger can be your superpower
https://dev.to/mjgardner/the-perl-debugger-can-be-your-superpower-2d3o
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I can totally agree that the Perl debugger is an awesome tool and knowing
it will give you new powers. A long time ago I even recorded a few videos
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https://perlmaven.com/using-the-built-in-debugger-of-perl ), but now that
I look at it, well, I guess I should record a better version of it.
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dibspack-basic enhancement for packages
https://github.polettix.it/ETOOBUSY/2021/03/09/dbp-packages-from-file/
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Fun with dot=20
https://dev.to/thibaultduponchelle/fun-with-dot-2ijm
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A dot is such a tiny charcter, but it can cause so much trouble.
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The Unknown Design Pattern
https://dev.to/ovid/the-unknown-design-pattern-1l64
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The Entity-Component-System to create a class that can represent a milita=
ry
grade combat suit that functions as armor, as a weapon, and even as a
medkit.
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Writing Declarative Software
https://dev.to/ovid/writing-declarative-software-375o
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A path function in dibs
https://github.polettix.it/ETOOBUSY/2021/03/13/dibs-path-function/
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I failed to pause before blogging
http://blogs.perl.org/users/ben_bullock/2021/03/i-failed-to-pause-before-=
blogging.html
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Why did PAUSE misunderstand Ben's code?
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Twenty years ago...
http://blogs.perl.org/users/salvador_fandino/2021/03/twenty-years-ago.html
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It is fun to recall good old memories, especially remembering your first.=
..
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Relatively easy ways to catch memory errors
http://blogs.perl.org/users/ben_bullock/2021/03/relatively-easy-ways-to-c=
atch-memory-errors.html
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If you're using XS and C in your Perl module, you might have to worry abo=
ut
memory errors. - Oh personally I have had to deal with memory leaks in
pure-Perl modules as well. It is a lot of frustration. And fun, when you
finally catch it. But this post is about mallocs.
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Thoughts on Session Cookies w/ Perl Mojolicious
https://blog.swagg.net/thoughts-on-session-cookies-w-perl-mojolicious
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Happy GDPR-compliant cookie acceptance
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Perl Community?

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Don't be a Perl programmer
https://dev.to/davorg/don-t-be-a-perl-programmer-4h2d
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This post has two main points IMHO unfortunately mixed. One is that by
focusing too much on being a 'Perl programmer' many of us have and still
miss out on a lot of great things knowing other languages can offer. Not
just employment opportunities, but by knowing other languages you can
become better at Perl as well. The other point felt by some people as an
attack on the 'Perl programmers Facebook group' which, I think was
unfortunate. In any case I wholeheartadly recommend you read it and
diversify your knowledge.
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A blog post about blog posts
http://blogs.perl.org/users/dean/2021/03/a-blog-post-about-blog-posts.html
=20
I think I saw some comments from Dean saying that he felt personally
offended by the above post iby Dave and that it was doing a disservice to
the Perl community, but I don't know if this writing is related or not.
Interesting.
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Dist::Zilla
A 4-part series on getting started with Dist::Zilla, the easy way.
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Dist::Zilla::PluginBundle::Starter - A new way to start using Dist::Zilla
https://dev.to/grinnz/dist-zilla-pluginbundle-starter-a-new-way-to-start-=
using-dist-zilla-38m6
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Dist::Zilla is an extremely powerful and versatile CPAN authoring tool, b=
ut
it has a cost. This module is an attempt to reduce the difficulty of
getting started with Dist::Zilla.
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Dist::Zilla - Why you should use -at-Starter instead of -at-Basic
https://dev.to/grinnz/dist-zilla-why-you-should-use-starter-instead-of-ba=
sic-22d7
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Automation with (R)?ex

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Learn automation using (R)?ex
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about ssh and introduced us to automation using Rex. The next session
will be a week from now.
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Learning more about (R)?ex
https://code-maven.com/elk-with-rex
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The second part of the Rex learning with FErkis is scheduled for next
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The Weekly Challenge
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https://perlweeklychallenge.org/faq ) page.
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RECAP - The Weekly Challenge - 103
https://perlweeklychallenge.org/blog/recap-challenge-103
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Enjoy a quick recap of last week's contributions by Team PWC dealing with
the "Chinese Zodiac" and "What's playing?" tasks in Perl and Raku. You
will find plenty of solutions to keep you busy.
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Perl Weekly Challenge 103
https://aaronreidsmith.github.io/blog/perl-weekly-challenge-103/
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Reading through this blog post gives you so much inside knowledge on the
Chinese Zodiac. Keep it up.
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Perl Weekly Challenge 103: Chinese Zodiac
https://programmingblog702692439.wordpress.com/2021/03/15/perl-weekly-cha=
llenge-103-chinese-zodiac/
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implementation to go with the discussion.
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https://programmingblog702692439.wordpress.com/2021/03/15/perl-weekly-cha=
llenge-103-whats-playing/
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task looks so simple. Please do check it out.
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The Weekly Challenge 103: Astrology and Audio
http://www.rabbitfarm.com/cgi-bin/blosxom/perl/2021/03/14
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Adam made the Chinese Zodiac task look so simple, incredible. Please do
check out.
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Playing the Zodiac with Raku
https://raku-musings.com/playing-zodiac.html
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Arne showing off his command over Raku and the use of Unicode characters =
in
the code is brilliant. Well done.
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The Miserable Metal Ox: Perl Weekly Challenge #013
https://jacoby.github.io/2021/03/09/the-miserable-metal-ox-perl-weekly-ch=
allenge-013.html
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Dave showing his CPAN knowledge and making good use of it. I just loved i=
t.
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PWC103 - Chinese Zodiac
https://github.polettix.it/ETOOBUSY/2021/03/10/pwc103-chinese-zodiac/
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Flavio is on fire with his task analysis. Always pleasure to read his blo=
g.
Keep it up.
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PWC103 - What's playing?
https://github.polettix.it/ETOOBUSY/2021/03/11/pwc103-what-s-playing/
=20
The typo in the original task description seems to have confused him a lo=
t.
Anyway he got it in the end. Great.
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Perl weekly challenge 103
http://blogs.perl.org/users/james_curtis-smith/2021/03/perl-weekly-challe=
nge-103.html
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Great example of compact coding with nice indentation. Looks beautiful.
Well done.
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Perl Weekly Challenge 103: Chinese Calendar and streaming players
https://fluca1978.github.io/2021/03/08/PerlWeeklyChallenge103.html
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Luca is back with a bang. Nice demo of using Class in Raku.
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Chinese Zodiac calculation in Perl and Elm
https://perl.kiwi/tales/2021/03/13/chinese-zodiac-calculation-in-perl-and=
-elm/
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Lance kept it short and simple when dealing with the Chinese Zodiac. We
even got a bonus Elm solution.
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Perl Weekly Challenge 103: Playing Zodiac
https://blog.firedrake.org/archive/2021/03/Perl_Weekly_Challenge_103__Pla=
ying_Zodiac.html
=20
I loved the blog post title. Roger never plays with his title but this ti=
me
all my attention went to the title. As always, one blog post showing
implementations in different languages. Great job.
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Weekly Challenge 103
https://dev.to/simongreennet/weekly-challenge-103-1hpm
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Cool promotion of Perl on dev.to. Well done and keep it up.
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Other

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Violence at Home - Signal for Help
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Signal_for_Help
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Recently I saw a video ( https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3D_5VQD58UroQ )
about a way to allow people to signal for help when they cannot say it
aloud. And then another one ( https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3DAFLZEQFIm=
7k
). While this won't solve the problem of domestic violance, it might help
a few people and it might create some more awareness. As this is an
international community, it would be nice if you could help by
translating the Wikipedia page to your language.
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Training

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Code Maven courses
https://code-maven.teachable.com/p/perl
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Perl courses by Gabor Szabo
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Weekly collections

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NICEPERL's lists
http://niceperl.blogspot.com/
=20
Great modules released last week (
https://niceperl.blogspot.com/2021/03/cccxxxii-15-cpan-great-modules-rele
ased.html );
MetaCPAN weekly report (
https://niceperl.blogspot.com/2021/03/cdlviii-metacpan-weekly-report.html
);
StackOverflow Perl report (
https://niceperl.blogspot.com/2021/03/cdlxxxi-stackoverflow-perl-report.h
tml ).
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Events

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German Perl Workshop 2021
https://act.yapc.eu/gpw2021
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It will take place online between March 24-26 2021. A private ticket will
be cheaper (EUR 30). People who register in time and pay the
participation fee, will get exclusive extras.
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Toronto Perl Mongers Online Meeting
https://www.meetup.com/Toronto-Perl-Mongers/
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Thursday, March 25, 2021
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Berlin Perl Mongers
https://www.meetup.com/Berlin-Perl-Mongers/
=20
Wednesday, March 31, 2021
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Silicon Valley Perl - Short talks: #AprilFools hijinks
https://www.meetup.com/SVPerl/
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Thursday, April 1, 2021
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Purdue Perl Mongers - HackLafayette
https://www.meetup.com/hacklafayette/
=20
Wednesday, April 14, 2021
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The Perl and Raku Conference in the Cloud 2021=20
https://news.perlfoundation.org/post/savethedatetprc2021
=20
Online 9-11 June 2021.
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lweekly&utm_medium=3Dperlweekly">Perl Jobs by Perl Careers

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Smart Shopper =3D Smart Saver. Perl role in Vienna
https://job.perl.careers/u7g
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As one of the largest product and price comparison platforms in
German-speaking countries, they share your dedication to finding
consumers the best possible deal on electronics, technology, household
appliances, and gaming systems. They=E2=80=99re looking for a Perl progra=
mmer.
They make heavy use of PostgreSQL, Elasticsearch, and Modern Perl.
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Mad Men (and women) of London. Perl in London
https://job.perl.careers/wcm
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The leader in premium native advertising for technology, financial
services, and corporate and lifestyle sectors, our client is the power
behind the advertising throne for over 200 websites. This dynamic team is
looking for a senior Perl programmer with a strong understanding of Go
programming language, paradigms, constructs, and idioms.
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Big Dividends, Bigger Opportunity! Perl role with multiple location optio=
ns
https://job.perl.careers/3cv
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Online trading is big. Big dividends, big excitement, and big barriers for
most people. Enter our client, an international financial company who
believe online trading should be open and accessible to all. With a brand
that enjoys global recognition and the kind of growth that stokes envy in
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ers to
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Guten Tag, Senior Perl Developers! Perl role in South Germany
https://job.perl.careers/g7r
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With more than 4 million domains spanning nearly every country around the
globe, our client manages over 100,000 retail and corporate clients and
2,300 resellers. The ideal candidate should be confident using Modern
Perl, in particular happy with DBIx::Class and Moose/Moo. Experience with
any of mod_perl, Net::Server, Ubuntu, MySQL, Elastic Search, and
memcached would be advantageous.
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Grow Your Karma with a Job that Does Good! Perl role in Australia
https://job.perl.careers/rb7
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Not all jobs are created equal. Sure, most pay the bills, but some do mor=
e.
They impart a sense of purpose; when you log out at day=E2=80=99s end, it=
=E2=80=99s with
the satisfaction that you are part of something bigger, something more
important than yourself. You=E2=80=99ve left the world a little better th=
an you
found it, and isn=E2=80=99t that what life is really about?
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A long time ago I participated in many discussions about the Perl c=
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can become better at Perl as well. The other point felt by some people as a=
n attack on the 'Perl programmers Facebook group' which, I think was unfort=
unate. In any case I wholeheartadly recommend you read it and diversify you=
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A 4-part series on getting started=
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Dist::Zilla is an extremely powerful and versatile CPAN au=
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Automation with =
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Video recording of the first session in which FErki explai=
ned a lot to us about ssh and introduced us to automation using Rex. The ne=
xt session will be a week from now.


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The second part of the Rex learning with FErkis is schedul=
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will help you step out of your comfort zone. You could ev=
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join us and have fun every week. For more information, please read =3D"https://perlweeklychallenge.org/faq">FAQ page.


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Reading through this blog post gives you so much inside kn=
owledge on the Chinese Zodiac. Keep it up.


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A nice explanation of the Chinese Zodiac, I loved it. And =
a straightforward implementation to go with the discussion.


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The power of Abigail's blogging skill is so evident that e=
ven a complex task looks so simple. Please do check it out.


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Adam made the Chinese Zodiac task look so simple, incredib=
le. Please do check out.


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Arne showing off his command over Raku and the use of Unic=
ode characters in the code is brilliant. Well done.


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