2011.11.02 in #15
FLOSS Weekly: Episode 189 - Perl Critic
In this weeks episode of the FLOSS Weekly Randal Schwartz and Aaron Newcomb interview Jeffrey Thalhammer, the developer of Perl::Critic. It's an hour long video (though you can also download the audio alone) in which you can learn about the history and the future of Perl Critic. You can hear about the problems the developers encountered but maybe most importantly you can get some ideas how to get started with it and how to convince your manager and your co-workers to use it.
2012.09.21 in #61
Pinto - managing Perl module dependencies
At YAPC::NA I saw the presentation of Jeffrey Thalhammer (the same guy who brought Perl::Critic to us), and was quite impressed. Since then Pinto was further improved including its own version control mechanism.
2013.03.23 in #87
Pinto on FLOSS Weekly next Wednesday
Jeffrey Ryan Thalhammer, the author of Perl::Critic and Pinto is going to be interviewed on the FLOSS Weekly on March 26 at 8:30 Pacific Time. You can see him live.
2013.04.25 in #92
Jeffrey Thalhammer, author of Perl::Critic and Pinto
The first interview on the Perl Maven site. Jeff Thalhammer speaks about his projects, fund-raising and money in Open Source in general.
2013.05.28 in #97
Visualizing Dependencies On Stratopan
Jeff Thalhammer whets our appetite on an upcoming feature of Stratopan: a dependency-visualizing graph that is quite snazzy-looking.
2013.06.25 in #101
Pinto Consulting Services Now Available
Sometimes, you'd like to use the tools, but you don't have time to learn their intricacies. In those times, who better to call than the toolmasters themselves? Jeffrey Thalhammer announces the creation of Stratopan's consulting services.
2013.06.26 in #101
Pinto & Stratopan In Academia
One typical tenet of academic projects is that they must be easy to reproduce. And managing and recreating specific environments is the thing Pinto and Stratopan do very well. Jeffrey Thalhammer walks us through this perhaps non-obvious use-case of his tools.
2013.07.20 in #104
Development Tools-As-Services Are A Cash Crop
Jeffrey Ryan Thalhammer describes a very interesting code analyzis service for Ruby, that could be implemented for Perl using Perl::Critic and probably some other tools. If you are intersed in starting something that is both valuable and can make you independent, this can be an interesting opportunity.
2013.07.24 in #105
Stratocast: Searching Your Repository
Jeffrey Thalhammer gives us the very first Stratopan screencast. On the menu today: Stratopan's searching features.
2013.08.19 in #109
Contribute To The CERT Guidelines For Perl
Some of the CERT guidelines are associated with Perl::Critic, so Jeffrey Ryan Thalhammer, the author of Perl::Critic (and of Pinto), asks for your help in contributing to this community effort. It makes Perl more visible and more secure.
2013.11.04 in #120
Perl-Critic Migration To GitHub Is Complete
Well, look who just moved in in the neighborhood... PerlCritic has moved its home to GitHub, announces Jeffrey Thalhammer. And y'all know what that means... Let the forking begin!
2013.12.05 in #124
An interview with Jeffrey Ryan Thalhammer
How's Stratopan doing? Which editor is Jeffrey using? Does the mastermind of Perl::Critic always use it? Jeffrey Thalhammer reveals all in this shocking interview. ... Okay, perhaps not that shocking. Just, y'know, darn interesting.
2014.01.10 in #129
Pinto Can Use Stratopan's Mirror While CPAN Master Is Down
If there's a thing the Perl ecosystem is good for, it's to reroute around the damage. Here, Jeffrey Thalhammer shows us how to tweak Pinto to use cpan.stratopan.com instead of cpan.perl.org if the latter ever goes down again.
2014.01.17 in #130
Pinto TPF Grant Progress Report: January 2014
Jeffrey Ryan Thalhammer is almost done with the grant. See the new release of Pinto.
2014.01.28 in #132
Announcing Pinto 0.099
CPAN Is like A Box of Chocolates. Pinto is a powerful tool for creating and managing a private chocolate box.
2014.03.18 in #139
TPF Grant Progress Report: March 2014
This is the Pinto grant of Jeffrey Ryan Thalhammer.
2014.09.11 in #164
Invite Me (Virtually) To Your Next Perl Meetup
Jeffrey Ryan Thalhammer, author of Perl::Critic and Pinto has started to give on-line presentations to Perl Monger groups. A nice experiment. Try it!
2014.11.20 in #174
An updated interface to Perl::Critic
Jeffrey Thalhammer (THALJEF) announced that perlcritic.com (a web interface to his popular Perl::Critic module) has been moved to new hardware and completely rewritten (source in github).
2014.12.02 in #176
Test::Perl::Critic Is Now Wicked Fast
Jeffrey Thalhammer announced a developer release of a new version of Perl::Critic, which now uses MCE to run tests in parallel.
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