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http://perlweekly.com/

You can read the newsletter on the web, if you prefer.
http://perlweekly.com/archive/398.html



Hi there

In the PerlWeekly Newsletter Issue 396 (
http://perlweekly.com/archive/396.html ), I proposed the idea of "Perl
Weekly Challenge". I have since got very positive response so far. In the
next couple of weeks, I would official launch the challenge. If you want to
have fun and challenge yourself, be it Perl 5 or Perl 6, then drop me a
line at mohammad.anwar-at-yahoo.com. You don't have to be an expert to join
the challenge.

On 28th Feb 2019, we had our first London.PM Tech Meet, During the event, I
proposed the idea of Hack Day. One person sitting in the audience later
told me that Sue Spence did something similar in the past. I contacted her
and she gave me some very usefull ideas. This is still in the design stage.
I would like to request anyone keen to be part of "London Hack Day" then
please get in touch with me. Or if you have any suggestions then please
drop me a line.

Coming back to the talk of the town, the most popular German Perl Workshop
2019. It was held in Munich this year with great speakers as usual. if you
missed the event for any reason then take a look at the slides of some of
the talks list down below.

As you all aware the next European Perl Conference is going to be held in
Riga, 7-9 August, keeping the tradition Geekuni is providing FREE training
and discount on the tickets in the lead-up to the conference in the hope
more beginners can attend. For more information, please visit here (
https://geekuni.com/perlcon ).

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In the PerlWeekly Newsletter ve/396.html">Issue 396, I proposed the idea of "Perl Weekly Challenge".=
I have since got very positive response so far. In the next couple of week=
s, I would official launch the challenge. If you want to have fun and chall=
enge yourself, be it Perl 5 or Perl 6, then drop me a line at mohammad.anwa=
r-at-yahoo.com. You don't have to be an expert to join the challenge.


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On 28th Feb 2019, we had our first London.PM Tech Meet, During the =
event, I proposed the idea of Hack Day. One person sitting in the audience =
later told me that Sue Spence did something similar in the past. I contacte=
d her and she gave me some very usefull ideas. This is still in the design =
stage. I would like to request anyone keen to be part of "London Hack Day" =
then please get in touch with me. Or if you have any suggestions then pleas=
e drop me a line.


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Coming back to the talk of the town, the most popular German Perl W=
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ome of the talks list down below.


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hope more beginners can attend. For more information, please visit =3D"https://geekuni.com/perlcon">here.


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Comma Community provides a free, yet powerful, Perl 6 Inte=
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Here is the list of Perl Projects suitable for GSoC. Get i=
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AL was new to me, about we must specify 'use MONKEY-SEE-NO-EVAL' to make EV=
AL safe and less dangerous.


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Andy Lester recently released the distribution SQL::Tiny t=
hat can be used to generate SQL code for simple cases. He needed it to repl=
ace lots of adhoc SQL in some of his test suites.


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Grants

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Mark Jensen is talking about the Grant Report by Bart Wieg=
mans with regard to MoarVM JIT Compiler Expressin Backend.


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Slides for the talk 'Perl 6 One-Liners' by Andrew Shitov a=
t the GPW 2019.


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Slides for the talk 'CPAN Games' by Renee Baecker at the G=
PW 2019.


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Slides for the talk 'Introduction to Encoding' by Harald J=
org at the GPW 2019.


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Slides for the talk 'Vue for Perl Hackers' by Thomas Klaus=
ner at the GPW 2019.


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r_gitlab_kubernetes/" style=3D"
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Slides for the talk 'Deploying Perl Apps using Docker, Git=
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Slides for the talk 'Creating a compiler in Perl 6' by And=
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Matthias Bloch sharing the monthly report by Dave Mitchell=
on his grant under Perl 5 Core Maintenance.


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Yuki-san brought the most controversial subject and tried =
to explain in simple language.


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an-great-modules-released.html">Great modules released last week;
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port
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Domm very promptly shared his experience at GPW2019.


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April 6th, 2019, Silver Spring, Maryland


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June 2019 Pittsburgh


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August 7-9, 2019 Riga, Latvia


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older, and with bags of room for growth. This client delivers it in spades.


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