2012.02.13 in #30
Your Perl-driven cyborgs can soon recognize objects
Max Maischein (Corion) is trying to make sure we are going to be able to track objects as they move around in movies.
2012.02.27 in #32
How many faces do you count?
Max Maischein (Corion) keeps working on Image::CCV that can process images, recognize faces (and sometimes other things as faces) and provide you with the coordinates.
2012.05.08 in #42
Twitter Bootstrap templates for Dancer Applications
by Max Maischein (Corion)
2015.03.26 in #192
German Perl Workshop 2015: CFP extended until March 30th 2015
The German Perl workshop runs from the 6th to the 8th of May. If you're quick, you can still submit a talk proposal.
2015.09.13 in #216
Fruits of YAPC::Europe - Image::JpegMinimal
Several images of Granada, including Alhambra. Some of them blurred. On purpose. By the new module Corion created.
2015.12.14 in #230
London Perl Workshop 2015 - a retrospective
2016.04.01 in #245
Virtual Spring Cleaning (part 2 of X) in which I release Apache::Tika::Async
2016.04.05 in #246
Max has released Plack::Middleware::Pod — Plack middleware for rendering pod files as HTML.
2016.04.09 in #246
Virtual Spring Cleaning (part 4 of X) in which I release Archive::SevenZip
Max introduces his Archive::SevenZip module, which lets you access files and directories in an archive using an API similar to Path::Class.
2016.04.12 in #247
Virtual Spring Cleaning, an interlude
Corion shows us the tools he is using to clean up the mess. Basically a set of tests he uses for his CPAN modules. Some nice suggestions there, though I think I'd also add a test using Perl::Critic and one using Perl::Tidy.
2016.04.20 in #248
Virtual Spring Cleaning (part 6 of X) wherein I expose my bad taste for all to see
Danger! Source filters!
2016.04.24 in #248
Virtual Spring Cleaning (part 7 of X) Wherein I Enter the Archives
2016.05.05 in #250
Interlude 2, in which I write more about the release pipeline
It's always nice what process and tools other CPAN authors use to craft and publish their distributions.
2016.05.17 in #252
Virtual Spring Cleaning (part 9 of X) wherein I retrieve content
Max presents his new Future::HTTP module, which gives you an HTTP client with an interface based on the Future module.
2016.05.20 in #252
Virtual Spring Cleaning (part 10 of X) wherein I tackle finances
Max is going to have to rename this series, as it will soon be summer. Here he tells us how he's managing the accounts for Frankfurt.pm, and the Hibiscus::XMLRPC he's written to help with that.
2016.09.20 in #270
Another entry in Max's occasional series about tidying up code he's written, to release as hopefully-useful CPAN modules. His new module File::MimeInfo will try to identify the MIME type of a file.
2016.10.31 in #276
Modern OpenGL with Perl
Max has been playing with OpenGL and GLEW (The OpenGL Extension Wrangler Library) from Perl. Also see his follow-up post.
2017.04.08 in #298
Virtual Spring Cleaning Prelude: What I did, and what hasn't happened so far
2017.04.16 in #299
Virtual Spring Cleaning Interlude: A herd of yaks, all waiting to be shaved
Max takes a swing at a couple of slow-burning projects.
2017.04.20 in #300
Creating a pivot table from an SQL query
Max introduces his new module, DBIx::PivotQuery, which lets you build pivot tables, similar to those you can use in Excel.
2017.04.24 in #301
Virtual Spring Cleaning Interlude, in which I could do more for Perl
How much should one worry when patching a not-recommended core module? Will the people who don't follow the development of perl and CPAN care? Will they ever upgrade?
2017.04.28 in #301
Deutscher Perl-Workshop 2017 - Call for Participation
The 19th German Perl Workshop will take place between 26-28 June 2017.
2017.05.08 in #303
Virtual Spring Cleaning - in which wild modules ambush me
Corion started to work again on WWW::Mechanize::Chrome this time using the headless Chrome. He also updated Test-HTTP-LocalServer.
2017.05.15 in #304
Virtual Spring Cleaning (part 3 of XX) wherein one release begets another
More of Max's tidying up and releasing new code to CPAN.
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