Issue #242 - 2016-03-14 - Thirty Score Subscribers, WOOHOO!

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Call For Grant Proposals (March 2016 Round) Tweet Facebook Google+
by Makoto Nozaki

The Perl Foundation is launching its round of grant proposals for March. Deadline: March 23rd.

Strawberry Perl + released Tweet Facebook Google+
by kmx (KMX)

Strawberries are early this season!

ZipRecruiter is sponsoring the QA Hackathon Tweet Facebook Google+
by Neil Bowers (NEILB)

Hot from the presses: the QA Hackaton has a new sponsor.

YAPC::NA Tutorials Tweet Facebook Google+

A preliminary list of YAPC::NA's tutorial is now available.


Continuous Delivery for Libraries? Tweet Facebook Google+
by Moritz Lenz (MORITZ)

While the blo entry itself is more of a blurb, it contains links to the presentation Moritz gave on the topic at the German Perl Workshop and to his book-in-progress.


Frameworks don't make much sense Tweet Facebook Google+
by Peteris Krumins (PKRUMINS)

Reading this piece, the expression "Go Big, or Go Home" comes to mind. Peteris argues that frameworks are bad. What framework? _All_ of them.


Running mixed Perl 5 and Perl 6 tests. Tweet Facebook Google+

One of the oft-forgotten things about the t/ directory and 'prove' is that tests don't necessarily need to be Perl code. Here Pawel shows how one can painlessly mix and match Perl 5 and Perl 6 tests in a testsuite.


Munging lcpan text output with 'td' Tweet Facebook Google+
by Steven Haryanto (SHARYANTO)

Even if you don't use lcpan, this is a nice entry also showcasing cli tools to manipulate and report JSON-like data.

Son of MacPorts openssl versus Perl Tweet Facebook Google+
by Tom Wyant (WYANT)

A quick follow-up on Tom's original blog entry on the woes of having openssl and Perl play nice together on MacOS.

No more dirty reads with MongoDB Tweet Facebook Google+
by David Golden (DAGOLDEN)

Perhaps you are the type of conservative soul who prefers consistency over sheer performance? Rejoice, for MongoDB has a new knob to adjust its behavior in that regard.

It's never too late to find a bug Tweet Facebook Google+
by Philippe Bruhat (BOOK)

Some bugs are easy to spot. Others can be sneaky. Blending with their surrounding, waiting patiently for years before the right circumstances present themselves. The present tale is about a bug of the latter category, which stayed dormant for over five years before resurfacing...

Reviving WWW::Shorten Tweet Facebook Google+
by Dave Cross (DAVECROSS)

Last summer, WWW::Shorten was put up for adoption. And now, happy news, somebody answered the call. New releases are already trickling in.

Perl 6

2016.10 Enchanté! Tweet Facebook Google+
by Timo Paulssen

In the new things this week in Perl 6-land: one of the good introduction tutorials to Perl 6 is now available in French and German.


Perl Maven Articles

Simple router with AngularJS Tweet Facebook Google+
by Gabor Szabo (SZABGAB)

Not Perl, but it was originally published on the Perl Maven site and if you are interested in the full course, it will be given at YAPC::NA.

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