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

A few months ago, Gabor Szabo, raised a concern that not many people blog
about Perl and its smart features. I have noticed that there is an
improvement in the recent weeks. The Perl Weekly Challenge always
encouraged its member to blog about their solutions. It is not just limited
to Perl Weekly Challenge, I have also noticed Olaf Olders blogged about his
experience of creating Twitter list of CPAN Authors (
http://www.olafalders.com/2019/05/23/creating-a-twitter-list-of-cpan-author
s/ ). Similary, Damian Conway, blogged Why I love Perl6 (
http://blogs.perl.org/users/damian_conway/2019/05/why-i-love-perl-6.html ).
And how can I miss, this blog, Alan Kay and OO Programming (
https://ovid.github.io/articles/alan-kay-and-oo-programming.html ), by
Curtis "Ovid" Poe, which started big dicussion on OO. I am sure there are
plenty out there that I am not aware of. Please do share your blog with us
if you have written one.

I found Twitter very helpful in spreading the word, I came across many such
blogs (mentioned above) through my Twitter handle. I suggest we should have
dedicated Twitter handle for all such technical blogs. In my humble
opinion, you get to learn a lot about the subject by reading technical blog
than any books. In technical blog, the author has the liberty to go into
finer details and not worry about the size of the content.

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e blog about Perl and its smart features. I have noticed that there is an i=
mprovement in the recent weeks. The Perl Weekly Challenge always encouraged=
its member to blog about their solutions. It is not just limited to Perl W=
eekly Challenge, I have also noticed Olaf Olders blogged about his experien=
ce of creating witter-list-of-cpan-authors/">Twitter list of CPAN Authors. Similary, D=
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log than any books. In technical blog, the author has the liberty to go int=
o finer details and not worry about the size of the content.


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Your editor: Mohammad S. Anwar.



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Joel showing how he used Moo to not have to implement `new=
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Perl Weekly Chal=
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The hallenge.org/">Perl Weekly Challenge by =
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Don't miss the fun and try new challenges every week. For =
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Review of last week challenge. There are plenty of great s=
olutions.


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I love the way Adam Russell approached each challenge. It =
made me re-wired my own solution.


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Arne Sommer, being on vacation last week, still managed to=
solve one of the challenge. If you look at the quality of his technical wr=
iting, it is priceless. A very good reference point for anyone learning Per=
l 6, very well explained in details.


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


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by Donald Hunter
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He is one of new member of the team and came up with a ver=
y well defined blog explaining his solution to Roman numerals challenge in =
Perl 6.


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-6/" style=3D"
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He is one of the few Perl6 experts in the team. He solved =
the challenge with the help of Grammar (Perl6). Please take a look if you w=
ant to learn more about Grammar in Perl6.


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">Converting Decimal to Roman Numbers in Perl 6

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>3D"Tweet"


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by Joelle Maslak
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Joelle makes the challenge looks so easy with her style of=
writing. It is so easy to follow and understand.


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by Laurent Rosenfeld
=


As always, Laurent, shared plenty of variations in his app=
roach. It is always fun reading his blog. He always presents his solutions =
in both Perl5 and Perl6.


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Daniel shares the videos of recently held very popular Ger=
man Perl Workshop 2019. If you missed the event then this is your opportuni=
ty to watch the video. Special thanks to Lee Johnson and Julien Fiegehenn f=
or all the hard work.


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Perl 6

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Alexey shows you how to automate interaction with Azure Ke=
yVault. This case is typical as it often happens when one need to read secr=
ets from keyvault and use them somehow.


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Weekly collectio=
ns

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an-great-modules-released.html">Great modules released last week;
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t.html">MetaCPAN weekly report;
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June 19-22, 2019 Strasbourg, France


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June 2019 Pittsburgh


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August 7-9, 2019 Riga, Latvia


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Scientists are still unravelling the many mysteries encode=
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Large, dynamic Perl team in Canary Wharf looking for mid-l=
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