2012.02.25 in #31
There is a new Perl Monger group being organized in Cluj Napoca in Transylvania, Romania. Matt S. Trout and Chisel Wright were invited to the opening. Please refrain from invoking Dracula jokes -- Transylvania is beautiful!
2014.01.14 in #130
All about Catalyst – interview of Matt S. Trout (Part 1 of 3)
A surprisingly useful explanation of the MVC (Model View Controller) pattern and the RESTfull interface of Catalyst.
2014.10.10 in #177
2014.10.24 in #170
Nestoria module of the month: Role::Tiny
This month the Nestoria team tip their hat to, and tip Matt Trout for, Role::Tiny.
2014.12.01 in #176
Matt Trout's Advent Posts
Matt Trout is giving his thoughts on themed modules each day. So far: web frameworks, web deployment, XML, HTML, Files,
2014.12.22 in #178
Five more mini reviews from Matt Trout: Distribution building, Object orientation, SOAP, Exporting, Email.
2015.03.02 in #189
Moo 2 - strictures not exported by default
Version 2 of Moo is now on CPAN. Matt talks through the strictures change that is biggest news.
2015.04.22 in #196
War stories: open sesame
Matt describes the approach they came up with for testing code that opens a pipe to sendmail. These kind of war stories are great, showing the sort of thorny problems that come up in real-life testing, and the sort of thinking need to deal with them.
2015.06.06 in #202
The velociraptor is dead, long live the velociraptor
Since 2010, Matt has been giving "State of the Velociraptor" talks at Perl events, covering what's new in Perl 5. He's now passed on the baton to Sawyer X, which seems like an excellent choice!
2015.07.20 in #209
A Dream Within A Dream
Matt sings the praises of DreamHost, both for their shared hosting and their provision of compute and storage resources for the perl-qa team.
2015.07.21 in #209
On Perl 5.6
There's been quite a bit of discussion about Perl 5.6 recently, and whether your CPAN distributions should support it. Matt presents his very pragmatic approach to supporting Perl 5.6 or not.
2015.12.02 in #228
Either for abyss-level bug hunting, or interactive toying with the language, REPLs are invaluable. Matt reviews some of the proeminent Perl REPL out there for us.
2016.08.30 in #267
The PSIXDISTS experiment
If you create a
Perl6 directory in your CPAN author directory, anything you put there won't be considered for inclusion in the regular CPAN Index. Matt Trout explains.
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