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It was a busy weekend for me, not so much for the Perl blogosphere.
Enjoy your week!
-- Your editor: Gabor Szabo.
=20=20 What are you doing on 25th Nov 2017? http://blogs.perl.org/users/mohammad_s_anwar/2017/11/what-are-you-doing-o= n-25th-nov-2017.html =20 Will you take the tube? Or the metro in Paris or Madrid? --------------
=20=20 graphql-perl - plugin to make GraphQL 'just work' with DBIx::Class http://blogs.perl.org/users/ed_j/2017/11/graphql-perl---plugin-to-make-gr= aphql-just-work-with-dbixclass.html =20 GraphQL ( http://graphql.org/ ) is a query language for your API and a runtime for fulfilling those queries. --------------
=20=20 Search for hash in an array of hashes https://perlmaven.com/search-for-hash-in-array-of-hashes =20 How can you find a hash with a specific key-value pair in an array of hashes? What if you are expecting to find more than one matching items? --------------
=20=20 Deploying Perl5 Applications by Sparrowdo https://dev.to/melezhik/deploying-perl5-application-by-sparrowdo-9mb =20 =20=20 --------------
=20=20 Awesome for beginners https://github.com/MunGell/awesome-for-beginners =20 A bunch of projects on GitHub that are awesome for your first PR, but the= re is nothing for Perl on the list. Send your suggestions! --------------
=20=20 Perl and AI http://blogs.perl.org/users/davehodg/2017/11/perl-and-ai.html =20 Seem to be lacking... --------------
=20=20 Grant Extension Approved: Tony Cook's maintaining Perl 5 Grant http://news.perlfoundation.org/2017/11/grant-extension-approved-tony-.html =20 =20=20 --------------
=20=20 Perl 5 Porters Mailing List Summary: November 2nd-12th http://blogs.perl.org/users/sawyer_x/2017/11/perl-5-porters-mailing-list-= summary-november-2nd-12th.html =20 =20=20 --------------
=20=20 Show number of files in a directory tree using Shell https://code-maven.com/number-of-files-in-a-directory-tree =20 =20=20 --------------
=20=20 NICEPERL's lists http://niceperl.blogspot.com/ =20 Great modules released last week ( http://niceperl.blogspot.com/2017/11/clix-cpan-great-modules-released-las t.html ); MetaCPAN weekly report ( http://niceperl.blogspot.com/2017/11/ccxci-metacpan-weekly-report.html ); StackOverflow Perl report ( http://niceperl.blogspot.com/2017/11/cccxv-stackoverflow-perl-report.html ). --------------
=20=20 Perl and the Operating System at the London Perl Workshop, 25th of Novemb= er http://blogs.perl.org/users/lpw/2017/11/perl-and-the-operating-system-at-= the-london-perl-workshop-25th-of-november.html =20 =20=20 --------------
=20=20 grep.metacpan -at-meta::hack 2017 http://blogs.perl.org/users/atoomic/2017/11/grepmetacpan-metahack-2017.ht= ml =20 =20=20 --------------
=20=20 Microservices https://szabgab.com/microservices.html =20 Recently I was asked to explain what Microservices are. BTW Did you know about Cro ( http://mi.cro.services/ ) the framework for Microservices in Perl 6? --------------
=20=20 Front-end focus for a full stack Perl developer https://perl.careers/jobs/front-end-focus-for-a-full-stack-perl-developer= /?utm_source=3Dperlweekly&utm_campaign=3Dperlweekly&utm_medium=3Dperlweekly =20 Perl developers are generally a multi-talented bunch who can segue smooth= ly between the nuts and bolts of back-end work and the immediately rewarding aesthetics of front-end work. If pushed, though, most could identify where their real passion lies along the spectrum from front-end to back-end. --------------
=20=20 Independent thinkers required! Mid/Senior-level Developer for an innovati= ve London company https://perl.careers/jobs/independent-thinkers-required-midsenior-level-d= eveloper-for-an-innovative-london-company/?utm_source=3Dperlweekly&utm_camp= aign=3Dperlweekly&utm_medium=3Dperlweekly =20 Have you ever worked for a company with a micromanagement style, where a boss was constantly breathing down your neck? Do you hate spending more time in meetings about product requirements than actually getting on with building the product? --------------
=20=20 Do some good in the world =E2=80=93 Perl developers required for a charit= y and giving-focused team in Kent, UK https://perl.careers/jobs/do-some-good-in-the-world--per-developers-requi= red-for-a-charity-and-giving-focused-team-in-kent-uk/?utm_source=3Dperlweek= ly&utm_campaign=3Dperlweekly&utm_medium=3Dperlweekly =20 Want to do something good for once? Join the Kickstarter of the charity world, supporting activists and causes around the world. You=E2=80=99ll be working in Perl to support a range of their highly successful charity and giving-focused projects. --------------
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Have you ever worked for a company with a micromanagement = style, where a boss was constantly breathing down your neck? Do you hate sp= ending more time in meetings about product requirements than actually getti= ng on with building the product?
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