2016.09 in #270
Mohammad S. Anwar - Contributing to CPAN every single day
2016.12.08 in #281
My first ever talk at London Perl Workshop 2016
Mohammad tells us about the fun of giving his first conference presentation at LPW. Reminds me of some of my conference fun...
2017.07.23 in #313
1000th consecutive days releasing to CPAN
On Sunday 23rd July, Mohammad did a release to CPAN, making it the 1000th consecutive day that he'd done a CPAN release on. That's nearly 3 years (1095 days). In that time he's released a lot of his own modules, but has also got co-maint on a lot of others, and adopted some of those.
2017.08.16 in #317
Let's celebrate CPAN day in a special way
Mohammad celebrated Indian Independence, and CPAN Day, with a release of Map::Tube::Kolkatta
2017.11.02 in #328
MANWAR's Hacktoberfest report
Mohammad shares with us how he earned this year's Hacktoberfest t-shirt, and when he wears it to work.
2017.11.06 in #329
London Perl Workshop 2017 - Curtain Raiser
Mohammad S Anwar wrote about his experience as a speaker last year at LPW & his future plans regarding LPW this year.
2017.11.10 in #329
London.PM at a glance
Mohammad shared his experience at London.pm meeting ("PM" stands for "Perl Mongers").
2017.11.18 in #330
What are you doing on 25th Nov 2017?
Will you take the tube? Or the metro in Paris or Madrid?
2017.11.22 in #331
PullRequest - Personal Milestone
Mohammad has got addicted to help others, via pull requests. He gives us some statistics on his journey so far.
2017.11.26 in #331
Mohammad's report on LPW
Mohammad gave his first-ever Perl talk last year at LPW, and he came back to talk about Map::Tube this year.
2017.12.04 in #333
London Perl Workshop 2017 - Talks Review
Mohammad S Anwar wrote about the talks he attended at LPW
2018.01.02 in #337
Year 2017 - Annual Report
2018.03.24 in #349
London Perl Monger - Tech Meet #1
Mohammad attended the Tech Meet, and found it very useful!
2018.04.06 in #350
20th German Perl Workshop - Report
This is the first time Mohammad attended a Perl Workshop outside of London. Here is his report.
2018.04.27 in #353
What after the Pull Request Challenge?
Mohammad and myself had a short session of remote pair programming. The immediate result was a Pull-Request in the Dancer2 project. The more interesting result is that now Mohammad offers to have pair-programming sessions to work on issues in the CPAN ecosystem.
2018.05.13 in #355
How to become CPAN contributor
Mohammad, the most prolific CPAN contributor in the resent years, has a few suggestions with an easy way into contributing to a CPAN module. He also offers his personal help to get you moving.
2018.06.02 in #358
Why May 2018 is so special?
Monthly report on my contributions to CPAN.
2018.07.01 in #362
How I performed in June 2018?
My monthly performance report for the month of June 2018.
2018.07.15 in #364
My First ever talk at The Perl Conference in Glasgow 2018
I am almost ready with my slides for my talk. If you are coming to the event then please do attend my short talk and say hi.
2018.08.01 in #367
Comparative Analysis - Report (July 2018)
2018.08.01 in #367
How to become a CPAN contributor - part 2
Some advice on adding license to the META files, add missing strict and warnings pragma, adding missing minimum version of Perl, just to get started.
2018.08.09 in #368
The Perl Conference - what is new?
A blog about how to make the Perl Events more accommodating as far as First Timers are concerned.
2018.08.19 in #369
The Perl Conference in Glasgow - Report
A well written, as usual, report from fellow PW editor.
2018.08.26 in #370
Daily CPAN uploads: Mission continued...
My journey of daily CPAN uploads.
2018.09.01 in #371
Performance Report - August 2018
If only there would be a few more people in the Perl community like Manwar! Doing lots of stuff and ready to talk about it!
2018.09.03 in #372
Pull Request - Mission Accomplished
I share my story of completing 1000 Pull Request.
2018.09.29 in #376
1000+ Pull Requests: What kept me going?
Here I share the secret of 1000+ Pull Request. Want to know? Find out yourself here.
2018.10.01 in #376
Monthly Report & Hacktoberfest 2018
As per the tradition, here is my monthly report for September 2018.
2018.10.20 in #378
Hacktoberfest 2018 - Memorable Moments
Sharing the celebration of submitting over 100 Pull Request for Hacktoberfest Challenge.
2018.11.01 in #380
Hacktoberfest: Thank You
In this blog, I share my experience with the Hacktoberfest Challenge 2018.
2018.11.02 in #380
Monthly Report - October
Here I talk about last month activities.
2018.11.25 in #383
London Perl Workshop 2018 - Report
The first report about the workshop has arrived!
2018.12.01 in #384
Monthly Report - November
Time for monthly report, quick recap by me.
2019.01.01 in #389
Top 15 Achievements in the year 2018
2019.02.01 in #393
Monthly Report - January
Once, a long time ago I also wrote similar activity reports, but I think I only did 2 or maybe 3 of them. Seeing how Mohammed stick to these, I wonder if I should start them again. Would this publication help me doing things better or would it just make me nerveous that I have to report to the open Internet that I have failed in some of my plans? Have you tried to follow the footsteps of Mohammad?
2019.02.07 in #394
Pull Request Tracker
Here I shared my personal PR analysis. Please take a look at some interesting facts.
2019.02.21 in #396
Perl Weekly Challenge
Here I talk about newly introduced challenge for Perl lovers. Please join the group.
2019.02.23 in #396
I never thought about writing about Perl6 but here you go I share my first encounter with Perl6.
2019.03.01 in #397
Monthly Report - February
If you need inspiration for doing stuff and improving yourself constantly, this is the place to look at!
2019.03.02 in #397
London.pm - First Tech Meet of the year 2019
Were you ever wondering what's going on at the Tech Meetings of the London Perl Mongers? Now you can take a peek with the help of Mohammad.
2019.03.05 in #398
How to get your Pull Request accepted
In the recent article published on perl.com, I shared the secret to get Pull Request accepted.
2019.03.16 in #399
My Twin Projects
Mohammad is talking about his two projects: the Perl Weekly Challenge and the London Hack Day.
2019.03.24 in #400
Perl Weekly Challenge #1
The first challenge is open to public. Please give it a try.
2019.03.31 in #401
The 2nd edition of the PWC
2019.04.01 in #402
Monthly Report - March
As per the ritual, here I present the monthly report for March.
2019.04.04 in #402
RECAP - Perl Weekly Challenge - 001
Little late but still I share my views and experiences of the first challenge for the "Perl Weekly Challenge".
2019.04.08 in #402
Perl Weekly Challenge - 003
Don't miss the fun and try new challenges every week. For more information, please read FAQ page.
2019.04.08 in #402
RECAP - Perl Weekly Challenge - 002
It is settling down after the initial rush.
2019.04.12 in #403
Daily CPAN upload: 600 days
I love the fact that Mohammad is keeping up with the daily upload game, but in neither of the CPAN upload games can newcommers really win. Unless of course the current leaders stop. So I wonder if there could be other challenges or other forms of the same game where newcommers (to the game) also have a chance. e.g. The 'most uploads this week'. Or the 'most uploads this month'.
2019.04.14 in #403
PWC - 003 - recap
2019.04.15 in #403
PWC - 004
PI to n digits and a Scrabble-ish game.
2019.04.21 in #404
Perl Weekly Challenge - 005
Do you like Anagrams? If yes then please take part in the Perl Weekly Challenge - 005.
2019.04.21 in #404
[RECAP] Perl Weekly Challenge - 004
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