2012.04.05 in #37
use Perl6; A few very welcome changes in Perl5++
Steve Bertrand started his Perl blog by learning, and explaining a bit about Perl 6. Its nice to see and I hope more people will start discovering it.
2012.04.06 in #37
use Perl; Guide to references: Part 1
This is the 1st part of a 4 part series of posts by Steve Bertrand explaining references in Perl. If you are struggling with this part of Perl, you might want to give this a try. Two newer parts are already linked from this one.
2012.04.09 in #38
use Perl; Poetry: Method to my $madness
In case you want to read a poem. In Perl. By Steve Bertrand.
2016.06.02 in #254
Revisiting Perl 6, and my first PR
It's the classic story: boy meets language, boy learns language, boy somewhat ends up submitting patch for language.
2016.07.17 in #260
berrybrew, the perlbrew for Windows; rewritten and enhanced
Windows users rejoice! Berrybrew is making a comeback, rewritten and with new nifty features.
2016.08.16 in #265
CPAN Day! Raspberry Pi wiringPi API wrapper released
2016.11.11 in #277
David Farrell's berrybrew updated
berrybrew, the equivalent of perlbrew for Windows platforms, has been updated.
2017.01.25 in #288
Bit string manipulation made easy with Bit::Manip
Steve introduces his new module Bit::Manip, which provides functions for manipulating bit strings.
2017.01.27 in #288
Send in a Perl aref to C, get back a Perl array
Steve shows you "how to pass a Perl array reference (aref) into a C function, convert the aref into a C array, work on it, then push it back onto the stack so the C function returns it as a Perl array".
2017.03.12 in #294
Raspberry Pi becoming more prevalent?
2017.03.17 in #295
Wrapping a C shared library with Perl and XS
Stealing the first line of Steve's post: this tutorial shows how to wrap a C shared library using XS and Perl (including creating a trivial test shared library).
2017.03.31 in #297
berrybrew, the Perlbrew for Windows has been updated
Berrybrew is a tool for Windows users that can manage installations of multiple versions of Perl, like perlbrew. There's a new version of berrybrew available, and this post summarises the changes.
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