2012.09.20 in #61
Mass-Testing Dancer's Plugins (by Damien Krotkine)
This is another solution to the same problem mentioned above. The goal is to test all Dancer plugins with both Dancer1, and Dancer2 and create a report.
2013.09.16 in #113
p5-mop: a gentle introduction
Damien Krotkine provides a little background for p5-mop and explains why it is important to try it now, while it is still in development. He also gives examples about how to try it. (There is also a copy of this post on blogs.perl.org with some further comments.)
2013.11.12 in #121
Perl Redis Mailing List
Damien Krotkine became the maintainer of the Redis Perl module and started his reign by creating a mailing list for the Redis Perl users and developers.
2015.03.02 in #188
IO::Socket::Timeout: socket timeout made easy
For most of us, just getting the web page is good enough. But for, say, Booking.com, there's also a need for speed. Damien shares with us how they tweak and interact with socket timeouts as one way to quench this thirst of velocity.
2015.10.10 in #273
MooX::LvalueAttribute - improved
Damien has released a new version of his MooX::LvalueAttribute module, which lets you have lvalue accessors.
2015.11.24 in #227
Using Riak as Events Storage - Part 2
This is part 2 of a series from Booking, talking about how they use Riak to store event data, and how they process it.
2015.12.17 in #230
Exception::Stringy - Modern exceptions for legacy code
An exceptionally detailed article on how to throw and capture exceptions in an environment where you have a lot of legacy code that throws regular sting-based exceptions, but for the new code you'd like to use object-based exceptions.
If you are not yet subscribed, you can do it now. Free of charge:
Just ONE e-mail each Monday. Easy to unsubscribe. No spam. Your e-mail address is safe.
This newsletter is about the Perl Programming languages.