2013.05.21 in #96
Last in the 5 Part Series...
Rob Lauer started to build a cloud-based business using Perl. This is the last entry in his series about building the business.
2013.06.13 in #99
Perl and self flagellation...
It seems this is the week of backlash against 'modern perl' as Rob Lauer has also posted his notes on why he prefers POP5 (plain old Perl 5) over 'modern perl'. Now I understand how 'self flagellation' and 'blessing' have some historical correlation, but I am not sure we really need to suffer in order to write code. Your mileage may vary.
2014.12.30 in #180
RESTful APIs with Bedrock (part IV)
Bedrock, or OpenBedrock is a web development framework that allows you to embed SQL code in HTML. To me it looks like something left here from the previous century, but I am impressed that Rob Lauer, the author keeps running the project and keeps writing blog-posts about it!
2015.02.01 in #184
Cookieless Sessions - Automatically Login Your Users
Rob shows how you can create one-time user session tokens in Bedrock, for example when someone has forgotten their password.
2015.04.13 in #195
Serving up POD & The five Cs of Good Documentation
Correct - Complete - Comprehensible - Current - Convenient - but how?
2017.06.17 in #308
Another reason not to use each()
2018.05.09 in #355
PerlPan was designed to allow people to get feedback before the release a new module to CPAN. Is it still used?
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