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Hello there!

For a long time I have not been logging the clicks on the Perl Weekly
links, so I have no idea which of the subjects are interesting to you.
Moreover I cannot know if there are subjects that would be interesting but
are not usually covered. So speak up! Let me know (in an e-mail), what are
the topics you are most interested in. What would you like to see covered
in the Perl Weekly?



BTW thank you for your support! The Programming the Raspberry Pi with Perl
crowdfunding campaign ( https://igg.me/at/ljtfKylacQ0/x/775728 ) already
has 89 backers providing $2,115 which is 85% of the goal.

Have a nice week!

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Dist::Zilla Needs Support The first
http://blogs.perl.org/users/byterock/2018/04/distzilla-needs-support-the-=
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Dist::Zilla Looks Elsewhere
http://blogs.perl.org/users/byterock/2018/04/distzilla-looks-elsewhere.ht=
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Dist::Zilla Needs Support The Second
http://blogs.perl.org/users/byterock/2018/04/distzilla-needs-support-the-=
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WWW::Mechanize Best Practices
http://www.olafalders.com/2018/04/13/wwwmechanize-best-practices/
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A few pitfalls in WWW::Mechanize caused by defaults that you might, or
might not expect to be what they are. Olaf has some excellent suggestions
that already mad it to the official documentation as well, but they are
worth pointing out separately as well.
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Dist::Zilla Its a wrap!
http://blogs.perl.org/users/byterock/2018/04/distzilla-its-a-wrap.html
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A Guide to Versions in Perl
http://blogs.perl.org/users/grinnz/2018/04/a-guide-to-versions-in-perl.ht=
ml
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Giving version numbers to your project, or understanding the versioning
scheme of another project is important as it can communicate a lot of
information to both humans and tools that need to compare versions. This
article goes over the two ways to write version numbers in Perl and
provides you with all the information you'll need.
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Discussion

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Curious about Perl's strengths in 2018
http://www.perlmonks.org/?node_id=3D1212716
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Some points if you need help convincing someone to use Perl, and some oth=
er
points if you'd like to say when some other language might be preferable.
Even if not for technical reasons.
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Web

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Dancer2 0.206000_02 Trial Released
http://blogs.perl.org/users/jason_a_crome/2018/04/dancer2-0206000-02-tria=
l-released.html
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CPAN

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Refurbished App::DBBrowser
http://blogs.perl.org/users/kuerbis/2018/04/refurbished-appdbbrowser.html
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allows you to browse
SQLite, MySQL, and PostgreSQL databases and their tables interactively.
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A new wobbly wheel for GUIDeFATE
http://blogs.perl.org/users/saif/2018/04/a-new-wobbly-wheel-for-guidefate=
.html
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GUIDeFATE ( https://metacpan.org/pod/GUIDeFATE ) stands for 'Graphical Us=
er
Interface Design From A Text Editor'. It enables the user to convert a
textual representation into a Graphical user Interface.
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Perl 5

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blead Breaks CPAN a.k.a. BBC
http://blogs.perl.org/users/atoomic/2018/04/blead-breaks-cpan-aka-bbc.html
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The toolchain summit 2018 in Oslo, Norway is a good opportunity to improve
the tools to measure the risks involved in changes made to Perl.
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Perl 6

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StackOverflow that!
http://blogs.perl.org/users/jj_merelo/2018/04/stackoverflow-that.html
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JJ suggests that instead of keeping the technical question and answers
confined to the IRC channel of Perl 6 people should post them to Stack
Overflow as well as it is a better place for storing questions and
answers. Posting the questions and answers on SO is better than just
keeping them in an IRC conversation, but I think it would be way better
to put them on the Perl 6 ( https://perl6.org/ ) site or in the Perl 6
documentation ( https://docs.perl6.org/ ). If necessary, put some effort
to make those sites more SEO friendly, but IMHO it is better to keep the
valuable content on the site related to the project that to hand it over
to a third party.
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2018.15 Perkenalan Bahasa Pemrograman Perl 6
https://p6weekly.wordpress.com/2018/04/09/2018-15-perkenalan-bahasa-pemro=
graman-perl-6/
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The weekly dose of Perl 6 news.
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Other

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My 'Go for Perl Hackers' Cheatsheet
http://www.olafalders.com/2018/04/11/my-go-for-perl-hackers-cheatsheet/
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Can be found here ( https://github.com/oalders/go-for-perl-hackers ).
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Want to be a developer? You should probably be Pair Programming.
https://medium.freecodecamp.org/want-to-be-a-developer-you-should-probabl=
y-be-pair-programming-2c6ec12c4866
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A slightly funny, slightly strange explanation of what is Pair programming
and why it can be good for your career. Including several
Pair-programming techniques you can try. Let me know if you'd like to try
pair programming either with me or with some other Perl developer. Let's
see where does this lead us?
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Linux Journal March Issue
http://download.linuxjournal.com/pdf/LJ_UC8FC.pdf
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I've just received an e-mail from Linux Journal, (I am subscribed to their
free newsletter ( https://www.linuxjournal.com/ )), with a link to the
previous issue. It starts with an interesting article on the evils of
visitor tracking and targeted advertising and how they will try to set an
example on a better way to created content.
There is also an article titled 'Blockchain: Introduction and
Cryptocurrency. Configuring a Blockchain Network and Leveraging the
Technology.'
There is also an article about ZFS for Linux.
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What's the Value of CI/CD?
https://builttoadapt.io/whats-the-value-of-ci-cd-c2e6c39450bd
=20
There are 2 questions: 'Can we ship?' and 'Should we ship?' - There are 3
XP practices that help you answer the former: Stories, TDD, and
Continuous Integration. The articles cover these topics and why do they
matter. (seen in Devops Weekly ( http://www.devopsweekly.com/ ))
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Weekly collections

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NICEPERL's lists
http://niceperl.blogspot.com/
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Great modules released last week (
http://niceperl.blogspot.com/2018/04/clxxx-cpan-great-modules-released-la
st.html );
MetaCPAN weekly report (
http://niceperl.blogspot.com/2018/04/cccxii-metacpan-weekly-report-raisin
.html );
StackOverflow Perl report (
http://niceperl.blogspot.com/2018/04/cccxxxvi-stackoverflow-perl-report.h
tml ).
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The corner of Gabor
A couple of entries sneaked in by Gabor.
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Profiling part of a Perl application
https://perlmaven.com/profiling-part-of-a-perl-application
=20
An example using Devel::NYTProf ( https://metacpan.org/pod/Devel::NYTProf=
)
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Events

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Presentation Aikido
https://craft-conf.com/workshops
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May 8-9, 2018, Budapest. Presentation Aikido by Damian and lots of other
workshop at the Craft Conference.
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A decade of classes in Lausanne
http://blogs.perl.org/users/damian_conway/2018/03/a-decade-of-classes-in-=
lausanne.html
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May 14-18, 2018, Lausanne. Five training classes by Damian.
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French Perl Workshop
http://journeesperl.fr/jp2018/
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May 18-19, 2018, Paris.
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The Perl Conference in North America
https://perlconference.us/tpc-2018-slc/
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June 17-22, 2018, Salt Lake City.
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NLPW - Dutch Perl Workshop 2018
http://www.perlworkshop.nl/nlpw2018/
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July 7, 2018, Arnhem, The Netherlands
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The Perl Conference in Europe
http://act.perlconference.org/tpc-2018-glasgow/
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August 15-17, 2018, Glasgow. The Call for Papers (
http://act.perlconference.org/tpc-2018-glasgow/news/1517 ) is open.
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Swiss Perl Workshop
http://act.perl-workshop.ch/spw2018/
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September 7-8, 2018 Bern.
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lweekly&utm_medium=3Dperlweekly">Perl Jobs by Perl Careers

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Come work for Zoopla, one of London's success stories
https://perl.careers/jobs/come-for-zoopla-one-of-londons-success-stories/=
?utm_source=3Dperlweekly&utm_campaign=3Dperlweekly&utm_medium=3Dperlweekly
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Zoopla are one of London=E2=80=99s top technical companies; they=E2=80=99=
re a household
name with beautiful offices on London=E2=80=99s Southbank, and founded by=
the=C2=A0
same people behind another of London=E2=80=99s tech success stories LOVEF=
iLM.
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Work with giant, caged robots, and Perl; Senior Developer, West London
https://perl.careers/jobs/work-with-giant-caged-robots-and-perl-senior-de=
veloper-west-london/?utm_source=3Dperlweekly&utm_campaign=3Dperlweekly&utm_=
medium=3Dperlweekly
=20
Let=E2=80=99s start off talking about the robots. They live in cages, the=
y travel
at 60mph, and they=E2=80=99re controlled via AMQ messages from a Perl-bas=
ed
Warehouse Management System. Simultaneously awesome and terrifying, they
work tirelessly to move expensive dresses around such exotic locations as
Charlton, and Mahwah,New Jersey...
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Live in sunny Oxford, walk to work along the canal, squeaky clean codebase
https://perl.careers/jobs/live-in-sunny-oxford-walk-to-work-along-the-can=
al-squeaky-clean-codebase/?utm_source=3Dperlweekly&utm_campaign=3Dperlweekl=
y&utm_medium=3Dperlweekly
=20
Friendly and Perl-committed company based in Oxford who build a very
popular software product. They use Catalyst + Starman, DBIx::Class, and
are heavily bought in to Moose. Despite having been running for many
years, almost none of the code is older than 3 years after a successful
ground-up rewrite.=20
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by l.org/users/byterock/">John Scoles (https://metacpan.org/author/BYTEROCK">BYTEROCK) >


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>


zilla-looks-elsewhere.html" style=3D"
font-size: 18px;
font-weight: bold;
">Dist::Zilla Looks Elsewhere

Looks+Elsewhere+http%3A%2F%2Fblogs.perl.org%2Fusers%2Fbyterock%2F2018%2F04%=
2Fdistzilla-looks-elsewhere.html via -at-perlweekly">ekly.com/img/twitter16.png" alt=3D"Tweet">

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by l.org/users/byterock/">John Scoles (https://metacpan.org/author/BYTEROCK">BYTEROCK) >


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>


zilla-needs-support-the-second.html" style=3D"
font-size: 18px;
font-weight: bold;
">Dist::Zilla Needs Support The Second

Needs+Support+The+Second+http%3A%2F%2Fblogs.perl.org%2Fusers%2Fbyterock%2F2=
018%2F04%2Fdistzilla-needs-support-the-second.html via -at-perlweekly">c=3D"http://perlweekly.com/img/twitter16.png" alt=3D"Tweet">

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by l.org/users/byterock/">John Scoles (https://metacpan.org/author/BYTEROCK">BYTEROCK) >


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-best-practices/" style=3D"
font-size: 18px;
font-weight: bold;
">WWW::Mechanize Best Practices

ze+Best+Practices+http%3A%2F%2Fwww.olafalders.com%2F2018%2F04%2F13%2Fwwwmec=
hanize-best-practices%2F by -at-olafalders via -at-perlweekly">/perlweekly.com/img/twitter16.png" alt=3D"Tweet">

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by l.org/users/olaf_alders/">Olaf Alders (=3D"https://metacpan.org/author/OALDERS">OALDERS) an>


A few pitfalls in WWW::Mechanize caused by defaults that y=
ou might, or might not expect to be what they are. Olaf has some excellent =
suggestions that already mad it to the official documentation as well, but =
they are worth pointing out separately as well.


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/img/olaf_alders.png" title=3D"Olaf Alders" width=3D"80" />
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>


zilla-its-a-wrap.html" style=3D"
font-size: 18px;
font-weight: bold;
">Dist::Zilla Its a wrap!

Its+a+wrap%21+http%3A%2F%2Fblogs.perl.org%2Fusers%2Fbyterock%2F2018%2F04%2F=
distzilla-its-a-wrap.html via -at-perlweekly">m/img/twitter16.png" alt=3D"Tweet">

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by l.org/users/byterock/">John Scoles (https://metacpan.org/author/BYTEROCK">BYTEROCK) >


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>


e-to-versions-in-perl.html" style=3D"
font-size: 18px;
font-weight: bold;
">A Guide to Versions in Perl

ons+in+Perl+http%3A%2F%2Fblogs.perl.org%2Fusers%2Fgrinnz%2F2018%2F04%2Fa-gu=
ide-to-versions-in-perl.html via -at-perlweekly">.com/img/twitter16.png" alt=3D"Tweet">

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by l.org/users/grinnz/">Dan Book (://metacpan.org/author/DBOOK">DBOOK)
=


Giving version numbers to your project, or understanding t=
he versioning scheme of another project is important as it can communicate =
a lot of information to both humans and tools that need to compare versions=
. This article goes over the two ways to write version numbers in Perl and =
provides you with all the information you'll need.


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Discussion

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>


e=3D"
font-size: 18px;
font-weight: bold;
">Curious about Perl's strengths in 2018

rl%27s+strengths+in+2018+http%3A%2F%2Fwww.perlmonks.org%2F%3Fnode_id%3D1212=
716 via -at-perlweekly">lt=3D"Tweet">

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Some points if you need help convincing someone to use Per=
l, and some other points if you'd like to say when some other language migh=
t be preferable. Even if not for technical reasons.


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Web

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>


/dancer2-0206000-02-trial-released.html" style=3D"
font-size: 18px;
font-weight: bold;
">Dancer2 0.206000_02 Trial Released

_02+Trial+Released+http%3A%2F%2Fblogs.perl.org%2Fusers%2Fjason_a_crome%2F20=
18%2F04%2Fdancer2-0206000-02-trial-released.html by -at-cromedome via -at-perlwee=
kly">3D"Tweet"

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=20
by l.org/users/jason_a_crome/">Jason A. Crome (href=3D"https://metacpan.org/author/CROMEDOME">CROMEDOME) =


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/img/jason_crome.jpg" title=3D"Jason A. Crome" width=3D"80" />
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CPAN

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>


bished-appdbbrowser.html" style=3D"
font-size: 18px;
font-weight: bold;
">Refurbished App::DBBrowser

3A%3ADBBrowser+http%3A%2F%2Fblogs.perl.org%2Fusers%2Fkuerbis%2F2018%2F04%2F=
refurbished-appdbbrowser.html via -at-perlweekly">y.com/img/twitter16.png" alt=3D"Tweet">

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by Matth=C3=A4us Kiem (=3D"https://metacpan.org/author/KUERBIS">KUERBIS) an>


allow=
s you to browse SQLite, MySQL, and PostgreSQL databases and their tables in=
teractively.


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>


bbly-wheel-for-guidefate.html" style=3D"
font-size: 18px;
font-weight: bold;
">A new wobbly wheel for GUIDeFATE

el+for+GUIDeFATE+http%3A%2F%2Fblogs.perl.org%2Fusers%2Fsaif%2F2018%2F04%2Fa=
-new-wobbly-wheel-for-guidefate.html via -at-perlweekly">rlweekly.com/img/twitter16.png" alt=3D"Tweet">

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by l.org/users/saif">Saif Uddin Ahmed (https://metacpan.org/author/SAIFTYNET">SAIFTYNET) an>


GUIDeFATEa> stands for 'Graphical User Interface Design From A Text Editor'. It enab=
les the user to convert a textual representation into a Graphical user Inte=
rface.


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/img/saif-uddin-ahmed.jpeg" title=3D"Saif Uddin Ahmed" width=3D"80" />
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Perl 5

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-breaks-cpan-aka-bbc.html" style=3D"
font-size: 18px;
font-weight: bold;
">blead Breaks CPAN a.k.a. BBC

N+a.k.a.+BBC+http%3A%2F%2Fblogs.perl.org%2Fusers%2Fatoomic%2F2018%2F04%2Fbl=
ead-breaks-cpan-aka-bbc.html via -at-perlweekly">.com/img/twitter16.png" alt=3D"Tweet">

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by l.org/users/atoomic/">Nicolas R. (tps://metacpan.org/author/ATOOMIC">ATOOMIC)
=


The toolchain summit 2018 in Oslo, Norway is a good opport=
unity to improve the tools to measure the risks involved in changes made to=
Perl.


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/img/atoomic.png" title=3D"Nicolas R." width=3D"80" />
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Perl 6

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>


ckoverflow-that.html" style=3D"
font-size: 18px;
font-weight: bold;
">StackOverflow that!

at%21+http%3A%2F%2Fblogs.perl.org%2Fusers%2Fjj_merelo%2F2018%2F04%2Fstackov=
erflow-that.html via -at-perlweekly">tter16.png" alt=3D"Tweet">

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by om/-at-jjmerelo/">JJ Merelo (tacpan.org/author/JMERELO">JMERELO)
=


JJ suggests that instead of keeping the technical question=
and answers confined to the IRC channel of Perl 6 people should post them =
to Stack Overflow as well as it is a better place for storing questions and=
answers. Posting the questions and answers on SO is better than just keepi=
ng them in an IRC conversation, but I think it would be way better to put t=
hem on the Perl 6 site or in the =3D"https://docs.perl6.org/">Perl 6 documentation. If necessary, put so=
me effort to make those sites more SEO friendly, but IMHO it is better to k=
eep the valuable content on the site related to the project that to hand it=
over to a third party.


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-perkenalan-bahasa-pemrograman-perl-6/" style=3D"
font-size: 18px;
font-weight: bold;
">2018.15 Perkenalan Bahasa Pemrograman Perl 6

an+Bahasa+Pemrograman+Perl+6+https%3A%2F%2Fp6weekly.wordpress.com%2F2018%2F=
04%2F09%2F2018-15-perkenalan-bahasa-pemrograman-perl-6%2F via -at-perlweekly">=
3D"Tweet"

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=20
by Elizabeth Mattijsen (=3D"https://metacpan.org/author/ELIZABETH">ELIZABETH) =


The weekly dose of Perl 6 news.


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/img/elizabeth_mattijsen.png" title=3D"Elizabeth Mattijsen" width=3D"80" />
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Other

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>


rl-hackers-cheatsheet/" style=3D"
font-size: 18px;
font-weight: bold;
">My 'Go for Perl Hackers' Cheatsheet

l+Hackers%27+Cheatsheet+http%3A%2F%2Fwww.olafalders.com%2F2018%2F04%2F11%2F=
my-go-for-perl-hackers-cheatsheet%2F by -at-olafalders via -at-perlweekly">rc=3D"http://perlweekly.com/img/twitter16.png" alt=3D"Tweet">

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by l.org/users/olaf_alders/">Olaf Alders (=3D"https://metacpan.org/author/OALDERS">OALDERS) an>


Can be found perl-hackers">here.


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/img/olaf_alders.png" title=3D"Olaf Alders" width=3D"80" />
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>


loper-you-should-probably-be-pair-programming-2c6ec12c4866" style=3D"
font-size: 18px;
font-weight: bold;
">Want to be a developer? You should probably be Pair Pro=
gramming.

eloper%3F+You+should+probably+be+Pair+Programming.+https%3A%2F%2Fmedium.fre=
ecodecamp.org%2Fwant-to-be-a-developer-you-should-probably-be-pair-programm=
ing-2c6ec12c4866 via -at-perlweekly">tter16.png" alt=3D"Tweet">

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A slightly funny, slightly strange explanation of what is =
Pair programming and why it can be good for your career. Including several =
Pair-programming techniques you can try. Let me know if you'd like to try p=
air programming either with me or with some other Perl developer. Let's see=
where does this lead us?


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>


" style=3D"
font-size: 18px;
font-weight: bold;
">Linux Journal March Issue

rch+Issue+http%3A%2F%2Fdownload.linuxjournal.com%2Fpdf%2FLJ_UC8FC.pdf via -at-=
perlweekly">3D"Twe=<BRet">

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I've just received an e-mail from Linux Journal, (I am sub=
scribed to their free newsletter<=
/a>), with a link to the previous issue. It starts with an interesting arti=
cle on the evils of visitor tracking and targeted advertising and how they =
will try to set an example on a better way to created content.
There is =
also an article titled 'Blockchain: Introduction and Cryptocurrency. Config=
uring a Blockchain Network and Leveraging the Technology.'
There is also=
an article about ZFS for Linux.


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>


c2e6c39450bd" style=3D"
font-size: 18px;
font-weight: bold;
">What's the Value of CI/CD?

ue+of+CI%2FCD%3F+https%3A%2F%2Fbuilttoadapt.io%2Fwhats-the-value-of-ci-cd-c=
2e6c39450bd via -at-perlweekly">6.png" alt=3D"Tweet">

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There are 2 questions: 'Can we ship?' and 'Should we ship?=
' - There are 3 XP practices that help you answer the former: Stories, TDD,=
and Continuous Integration. The articles cover these topics and why do the=
y matter. (seen in Devops Weeklya>)


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Weekly collectio=
ns

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>


font-size: 18px;
font-weight: bold;
">NICEPERL's lists

ts+http%3A%2F%2Fniceperl.blogspot.com%2F by -at-niceperl via -at-perlweekly"> src=3D"http://perlweekly.com/img/twitter16.png" alt=3D"Tweet">
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=20
by blogspot.com/">Miguel Prz (etacpan.org/author/NICEPERL">NICEPERL)
=


-great-modules-released-last.html">Great modules released last week;>ort-raisin.html">MetaCPAN weekly report;
blogspot.com/2018/04/cccxxxvi-stackoverflow-perl-report.html">StackOverflow=
Perl report
.


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The corner of Ga=
bor

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A couple of entries sneaked in by =
Gabor.


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>


plication" style=3D"
font-size: 18px;
font-weight: bold;
">Profiling part of a Perl application

f+a+Perl+application+https%3A%2F%2Fperlmaven.com%2Fprofiling-part-of-a-perl=
-application by -at-szabgab via -at-perlweekly">/img/twitter16.png" alt=3D"Tweet">

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=20
by om/">Gabor Szabo (rg/author/SZABGAB">SZABGAB)

tyle=3D"font-size: 16px">
An example using ::NYTProf">Devel::NYTProf


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/img/gabor_szabo.png" title=3D"Gabor Szabo" width=3D"80" />
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Events

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>


font-size: 18px;
font-weight: bold;
">Presentation Aikido

ido+https%3A%2F%2Fcraft-conf.com%2Fworkshops via -at-perlweekly">ttp://perlweekly.com/img/twitter16.png" alt=3D"Tweet">
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by l.org/users/damian_conway/">Damian Conway (ref=3D"https://metacpan.org/author/DCONWAY">DCONWAY) <=
/span>


May 8-9, 2018, Budapest. Presentation Aikido by Damian and=
lots of other workshop at the Craft Conference.


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/img/damian_conway.jpg" title=3D"Damian Conway" width=3D"80" />
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>


/a-decade-of-classes-in-lausanne.html" style=3D"
font-size: 18px;
font-weight: bold;
">A decade of classes in Lausanne

ses+in+Lausanne+http%3A%2F%2Fblogs.perl.org%2Fusers%2Fdamian_conway%2F2018%=
2F03%2Fa-decade-of-classes-in-lausanne.html via -at-perlweekly">tp://perlweekly.com/img/twitter16.png" alt=3D"Tweet">

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=20
by l.org/users/damian_conway/">Damian Conway (ref=3D"https://metacpan.org/author/DCONWAY">DCONWAY) <=
/span>


May 14-18, 2018, Lausanne. Five training classes by Damian.


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/img/damian_conway.jpg" title=3D"Damian Conway" width=3D"80" />
=20


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>


font-size: 18px;
font-weight: bold;
">French Perl Workshop

shop+http%3A%2F%2Fjourneesperl.fr%2Fjp2018%2F via -at-perlweekly">http://perlweekly.com/img/twitter16.png" alt=3D"Tweet">
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May 18-19, 2018, Paris.


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>


font-size: 18px;
font-weight: bold;
">The Perl Conference in North America

nce+in+North+America+https%3A%2F%2Fperlconference.us%2Ftpc-2018-slc%2F via =
-at-perlweekly">3D"Tw=<BReet">

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June 17-22, 2018, Salt Lake City.


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>


font-size: 18px;
font-weight: bold;
">NLPW - Dutch Perl Workshop 2018

l+Workshop+2018+http%3A%2F%2Fwww.perlworkshop.nl%2Fnlpw2018%2F via -at-perlwee=
kly">3D"Tweet"

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July 7, 2018, Arnhem, The Netherlands


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