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You can read the newsletter on the web, if you prefer.
http://perlweekly.com/archive/352.html



Hi there

I got several replies to my query last week about the type of content
yothan u'd want to see in the Perl Weekly, but far less than I was hoping
for. If you have not sent me any suggestions, is it because the newsletter
is perfect as it is? Is it because you are not reading it at all? Something
else? Send me your requests, suggestions, and ideas now! They will help me
a lot!

In any case, I have listed the requests for myself and I'll see how can I
fulfill them. One thing that people asked for was a newbie friendly corner.
I'll start including entries from the Perl Tutorial (
https://perlmaven.com/perl-tutorial ) and I'll even write new entries in
response to some of the request. The other request will be fulfilled as
well. Separately.

Enjoy your week!

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Announcements

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Tau Station is now live!
http://blogs.perl.org/users/ovid/2018/04/tau-station-is-now-live.html
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It's a free-to-play post-apocalyptic interstellar MMORPG that runs in a
browser, tablet, or mobile. The backend is written in Perl.
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Articles

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Dist::Zilla Its a Wrap II
http://blogs.perl.org/users/byterock/2018/04/distzilla-its-a-wrap-ii.html
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Version 3 of 'Parsing: a timeline'
http://blogs.perl.org/users/jeffrey_kegler/2018/04/version-3-of-parsing-a=
-timeline.html
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It all stars in 4th BCE with Pannini's description of Sanskrit. See the 3=
rd
version ( https://jeffreykegler.github.io/personal/timeline_v3 ).
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Refactoring Perl code
https://perlmaven.com/refactoring
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Participate in the 2018 Perl developer survey
https://www.perl.com/article/participate-in-the-2018-perl-developer-surve=
y/
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David gives a quick retro on the results of the survey from 2017 and calls
upon you to participate this year.
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A Perl module for better debugging
https://opensource.com/article/18/4/perl-module-debugging-code
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Keyword::DEVELOPMENT ( https://metacpan.org/pod/Keyword::DEVELOPMENT ), a
simple, elegant module lets you include Perl code for debugging or
development-only environments, but hide it for production.
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Finding a handy Tesco (UK supermarket) with Perl
https://blog.firedrake.org/archive/2018/04/Finding_Tesco.html
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How to find the nearest shop that is on your way, instead of the one that
is currently closest to you, but in the wrong direction?
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Invent Stories
http://blog.polettix.it/invent-stories/
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A tiny post about a small app to draw random pictures (
https://ordeal.introm.it/ ), I hope you will enjoy!
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Nail that Moose
http://blogs.perl.org/users/byterock/2018/04/nail-that-moose.html
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Discussion

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My passion is for Perl 5 programming language
https://www.reddit.com/r/perl/comments/8e2z6f/my_passion_is_for_perl_5_pr=
ogramming_language/
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Testing

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How to run the tests of a typical Perl module
http://perlmaven.com/how-to-run-the-tests-of-a-typical-perl-module
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One of the obstacles in contributing to a Perl module is to know how to g=
et
started and how to verify that your changes are correct. Not any more.
This article shows how to run the test of a module checked out from its
GitHub repository.
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Web

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Dancer2 0.206000 released, addresses potential security issues
http://blogs.perl.org/users/jason_a_crome/2018/04/dancer2-0206000-release=
d-addresses-potential-security-issues.html
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Perl and Hardware

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Perl on Embedded Devices
https://www.slideshare.net/JensRehsack/perl-onembeddeddevices
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I admit, hardware does not seem to be my cup of tea, but I really envy
people who can put things together.
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Perl Tutorial
A section for newbies and for people who need some refreshing of their Perl
knowledge. If you have questions or suggestions about the articles, let
me know and I'll try to make the necessary changes. The included articles
are from the Perl Maven Tutorial ( https://perlmaven.com/perl-tutorial )
and are part of the Perl Maven eBook ( https://leanpub.com/perl-maven ).
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Variable number of parameters in Perl subroutines
https://perlmaven.com/variable-number-of-parameters
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How to implement a subroutine like 'sum' where any number of parameters c=
an
be passed and they are 'all the same'.
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Perl 5 books

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Programming the Raspberry Pi with Perl
https://igg.me/at/ljtfKylacQ0/x/775728
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The crowdfunding campaign has reached its goal. It raised $2,516 USD by 1=
06
backers which is 101%. The authors promised that if we make it to $4000,
they will add chapters on: Infrared remote control, MQTT, and Developing
a device module in C and interfacing with Perl. You have 3 days to back
the project and help us all get an even better book!
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Perl 6

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WANTED: Perl 6 Historical Items
https://rakudo.party/post/WANTED-Perl-6-Historical-Items
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Collecting items from various web sites, SVN and Git repositories, and fr=
om
the hard disk of people who were involved in the development of Perl 6.
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2018.16 SO That!
https://p6weekly.wordpress.com/2018/04/16/2018-16-so-that/
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Perl 6 Weekly
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Other

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This Picture Will Change the Way You Learn to Code
https://dev.to/nextdotxyz/this-picture-will-change-the-way-you-learn-toco=
de-4kmh
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As a developer you need to use tons of different technologies. There is a
nice picture of some of them. How can you know them all? No one really
knows them all, but good developers know how to make sense of the
technologies quickly.
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A Taxonomy of Tech Debt
https://engineering.riotgames.com/news/taxonomy-tech-debt
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A very nice article about Technical debt that offers 3 metrics: Impact,
Cost of fixing, and most importantly Contagion. I don't remember ever
seeing these metric and I love them. The last one is probably best
understood by Perl developers can be the lack of 'use strict'. People who
see that code will start writing that way and it will keep increasing the
problematic code-base. The article also has excellent real-world examples
for each type of Technical Debt identified. (via the DevOps Weekly (
http://www.devopsweekly.com/ ))
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The Zines of Julia Evans
https://jvns.ca/zines/
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I especially love the Linux Comics. If you are using Twitter she is -at-b0rk=
(
https://twitter.com/b0rk )
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Write clean code and avoid the distractions of emerging technology
https://dev.to/ben/write-clean-code-and-avoid-the-distractions-of-emergin=
g-technology-3emj
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'Any fool can write code that a computer can understand. Good programmers
write code that humans can understand.' - Martin Fowler. (via Software
Lead Weekly ( http://softwareleadweekly.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/clxxxi-cpan-great-modules-released-l
ast.html );
MetaCPAN weekly report (
http://niceperl.blogspot.com/2018/04/cccxiii-metacpan-weekly-report.html
);
StackOverflow Perl report (
http://niceperl.blogspot.com/2018/04/cccxxxvii-stackoverflow-perl-report.
html ).
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Event reports

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German Perl Workshop
http://blogs.perl.org/users/makoto_nozaki/2018/04/german-perl-workshop.ht=
ml
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The highlights: Meet Perl hackers and community members who I have known
online for years; Talk about TPF; Visit Perl, a small town in Germany. (
http://blogs.perl.org/users/makoto_nozaki/2018/04/at-perl-station.html )
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Perl Toolchain Summit - PTS 2018 - Day 1
http://blogs.perl.org/users/leo_lapworth/2018/04/pts-2018---day-1.html
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Lots of improvement for the system behind MetaCPAN.
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The Perl Toolchain Summit 2018
http://blogs.perl.org/users/paul_johnson/2018/04/the-perl-toolchain-summi=
t-2018.html
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Events

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Craft-Conference Budapest May 8-9, 2018
https://craft-conf.com/workshops
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There are going to be a few excellent Workshops at Craft in Budapest. Some
of those are already sold out, some have a few more spots. I am going to
the 'Scaling Organizations and Technology' by Randy Shoup and 'Making
Agile Work for You' by Ben Linders.
If they were not overlapping I'd also go to
'Mob Programming, A Whole Team Approach' by Woody Zuill
'Exploratory testing' by Anne-Marie Charrett
'Building Great Teams: Culture and Core Protocols' by Richard Kasperowski
'How to Lead a Great Developer Team?' by M=C3=B3ni Barta
and
'The Presentation Aikido' by Damian Conway
They all seem really interesting and relevant to me

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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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Ambitious? Dynamic? Want to use modern technology? Forward-thinking Perl =
developer needed in London
https://perl.careers/jobs/ambitious-dynamic-want-to-use-modern-technology=
-forward-thinking-perl-developer-needed-in-london/?utm_source=3Dperlweekly&=
utm_campaign=3Dperlweekly&utm_medium=3Dperlweekly
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Some people just want to get the job done, and you know what? That=E2=80=
=99s OK.
Some people are happy to clock in, use old tools, and churn out mediocre
code, day after day. I get that that=E2=80=99s some people=E2=80=99s cup =
of tea. But for
this client, you are the wrong candidate.
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Dreaming of Perl? Mid/Senior-level developer role in The City of Dreaming=
Spires
https://perl.careers/jobs/dreaming-of-perl-mid-level-developer-role-in-th=
e-city-of-dreaming-spires/?utm_source=3Dperlweekly&utm_campaign=3Dperlweekl=
y&utm_medium=3Dperlweekly
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The Victorian poet Matthew Arnold called Oxford =E2=80=98the city of drea=
ming
spires=E2=80=99, and even the most unromantic among us would surely agree=
there
is something magical about Oxford on a misty autumnal morning.
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Perl Developer who wants to learn Scala and NodeJS - West London
https://perl.careers/jobs/perl-developer-who-wants-to-learn-scala-and-nod=
ejs---west-london/?utm_source=3Dperlweekly&utm_campaign=3Dperlweekly&utm_me=
dium=3Dperlweekly
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Love Perl but want to skill-up on another stack at your employer=E2=80=99=
s expense?
Client is a major and dynamics UK company with a large (and pretty
Modern) Perl codebase who have started extended their technical stack to
include Scala and NodeJS.
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Hi there


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I got several replies to my query last week about the type of conte=
nt yothan u'd want to see in the Perl Weekly, but far less than I was hopin=
g for. If you have not sent me any suggestions, is it because the newslette=
r is perfect as it is? Is it because you are not reading it at all? Somethi=
ng else? Send me your requests, suggestions, and ideas now! They will help =
me a lot!


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In any case, I have listed the requests for myself and I'll see how=
can I fulfill them. One thing that people asked for was a newbie friendly =
corner. I'll start including entries from the com/perl-tutorial">Perl Tutorial and I'll even write new entries in res=
ponse to some of the request. The other request will be fulfilled as well. =
Separately.


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Enjoy your week!


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Your editor: Gabor Szabo.



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It's a free-to-play post-apocalyptic interstellar MMORPG t=
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4/version-3-of-parsing-a-timeline.html" style=3D"
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Parsing%3A+a+timeline%27+http%3A%2F%2Fblogs.perl.org%2Fusers%2Fjeffrey_kegl=
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It all stars in 4th BCE with Pannini's description of Sans=
krit. See the v3">3rd version.


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/img/jeffrey_kegler.png" title=3D"Jeffrey Kegler" width=3D"80" />
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">3D"Tweet"

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018-perl-developer-survey/" style=3D"
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">Participate in the 2018 Perl developer survey

he+2018+Perl+developer+survey+https%3A%2F%2Fwww.perl.com%2Farticle%2Fpartic=
ipate-in-the-2018-perl-developer-survey%2F by -at-PerlTricks via -at-perlweekly">=
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David gives a quick retro on the results of the survey fro=
m 2017 and calls upon you to participate this year.


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ebugging-code" style=3D"
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Keyword::DEVELOPMENT
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de for debugging or development-only environments, but hide it for producti=
on.


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/img/ruth_bavousett.png" title=3D"D Ruth Holloway" width=3D"80" />
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g_Tesco.html" style=3D"
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">Finding a handy Tesco (UK supermarket) with Perl

Tesco+%28UK+supermarket%29+with+Perl+https%3A%2F%2Fblog.firedrake.org%2Farc=
hive%2F2018%2F04%2FFinding_Tesco.html via -at-perlweekly">erlweekly.com/img/twitter16.png" alt=3D"Tweet">

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How to find the nearest shop that is on your way, instead =
of the one that is currently closest to you, but in the wrong direction?


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ly">3D"Tweet"

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A tiny post about a =
small app to draw random pictures
, I hope you will enjoy!


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e.html via -at-perlweekly">" alt=3D"Tweet">

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Discussion

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passion_is_for_perl_5_programming_language/" style=3D"
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font-weight: bold;
">My passion is for Perl 5 programming language

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ments%2F8e2z6f%2Fmy_passion_is_for_perl_5_programming_language%2F via -at-perl=
weekly">3D"Tweet"=

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Testing

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pical-perl-module" style=3D"
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">How to run the tests of a typical Perl module

ests+of+a+typical+Perl+module+http%3A%2F%2Fperlmaven.com%2Fhow-to-run-the-t=
ests-of-a-typical-perl-module by -at-szabgab via -at-perlweekly">://perlweekly.com/img/twitter16.png" alt=3D"Tweet">

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

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One of the obstacles in contributing to a Perl module is t=
o know how to get started and how to verify that your changes are correct. =
Not any more. This article shows how to run the test of a module checked ou=
t from its GitHub repository.


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Web

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">Dancer2 0.206000 released, addresses potential security=
issues

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g%2Fusers%2Fjason_a_crome%2F2018%2F04%2Fdancer2-0206000-released-addresses-=
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Perl and Hardwar=
e

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I admit, hardware does not seem to be my cup of tea, but I=
really envy people who can put things together.


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Perl Tutorialiv>
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A section for newbies and for peop=
le who need some refreshing of their Perl knowledge. If you have questions =
or suggestions about the articles, let me know and I'll try to make the nec=
essary changes. The included articles are from the aven.com/perl-tutorial">Perl Maven Tutorial and are part of the =3D"https://leanpub.com/perl-maven">Perl Maven eBook.


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rs" style=3D"
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">Variable number of parameters in Perl subroutines

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mber-of-parameters by -at-szabgab via -at-perlweekly">ly.com/img/twitter16.png" alt=3D"Tweet">

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How to implement a subroutine like 'sum' where any number =
of parameters can be passed and they are 'all the same'.


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Perl 5 booksv>
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">Programming the Raspberry Pi with Perl

Raspberry+Pi+with+Perl+https%3A%2F%2Figg.me%2Fat%2FljtfKylacQ0%2Fx%2F775728=
via -at-perlweekly"><BR=3D"Tweet">

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The crowdfunding campaign has reached its goal. It raised =
$2,516 USD by 106 backers which is 101%. The authors promised that if we ma=
ke it to $4000, they will add chapters on: Infrared remote control, MQTT, a=
nd Developing a device module in C and interfacing with Perl. You have 3 da=
ys to back the project and help us all get an even better book!


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Perl 6

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l-Items" style=3D"
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">WANTED: Perl 6 Historical Items

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cal-Items by -at-zoffix via -at-perlweekly">/twitter16.png" alt=3D"Tweet">

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Collecting items from various web sites, SVN and Git repos=
itories, and from the hard disk of people who were involved in the developm=
ent of Perl 6.


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">2018.16 SO That!

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Perl 6 Weekly


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Other

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e-the-way-you-learn-tocode-4kmh" style=3D"
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">This Picture Will Change the Way You Learn to Code

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As a developer you need to use tons of different technolog=
ies. There is a nice picture of some of them. How can you know them all? No=
one really knows them all, but good developers know how to make sense of t=
he technologies quickly.


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ech-debt" style=3D"
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"> A Taxonomy of Tech Debt

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t via -at-perlweekly"><BR=3D"Tweet">

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A very nice article about Technical debt that offers 3 met=
rics: Impact, Cost of fixing, and most importantly Contagion. I don't remem=
ber ever seeing these metric and I love them. The last one is probably best=
understood by Perl developers can be the lack of 'use strict'. People who =
see that code will start writing that way and it will keep increasing the p=
roblematic code-base. The article also has excellent real-world examples fo=
r each type of Technical Debt identified. (via the vopsweekly.com/">DevOps Weekly)


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I especially love the Linux Comics. If you are using Twitt=
er she is -at-b0rk


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">Write clean code and avoid the distractions of emerging=
technology

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en%2Fwrite-clean-code-and-avoid-the-distractions-of-emerging-technology-3em=
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'Any fool can write code that a computer can understand. G=
ood programmers write code that humans can understand.' - Martin Fowler. (v=
ia Software Lead Weekly)


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pot.com/2018/04/cccxxxvii-stackoverflow-perl-report.html">StackOverflow Per=
l report
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">German Perl Workshop

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The highlights: Meet Perl hackers and community members wh=
o I have known online for years; Talk about TPF; rl.org/users/makoto_nozaki/2018/04/at-perl-station.html">Visit Perl, a smal=
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">Perl Toolchain Summit - PTS 2018 - Day 1

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Lots of improvement for the system behind MetaCPAN.


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">The Perl Toolchain Summit 2018

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">Craft-Conference Budapest May 8-9, 2018

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There are going to be a few excellent Workshops at Craft i=
n Budapest. Some of those are already sold out, some have a few more spots.=
I am going to the 'Scaling Organizations and Technology' by Randy Shoup an=
d 'Making Agile Work for You' by Ben Linders.
If they were not overlappi=
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'Mob Programming, A Whole Team Approach' by Woody Zuil=
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'Exploratory testing' by Anne-Marie Charrett
'Building Great Teams:=
Culture and Core Protocols' by Richard Kasperowski
'How to Lead a Great=
Developer Team?' by M=C3=B3ni Barta
and
'The Presentation Aikido' by=
Damian Conway
They all seem really interesting and relevant to me


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


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">French Perl Workshop

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May 18-19, 2018, Paris.


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">The Perl Conference in North America

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June 17-22, 2018, Salt Lake City.


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">NLPW - Dutch Perl Workshop 2018

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July 7, 2018, Arnhem, The Netherlands


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">The Perl Conference in Europe

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August 15-17, 2018, Glasgow. The lconf

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