Issue #257 - 2016-06-27 - The Conference is Gone, but the Videos Remain

latest | archive | by Yanick Champoux
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YAPC::NA is over, but the organizers have been incredibly diligent and most (if not all) of the conference videos are now available for download. I don't know about you, but as far as I'm concerned, there might be some YouTube binge-watching in my near future... Enjoy! ~ `/anick

Yanick Champoux


Comprehensive guide and tools to split monolithic database into shards using Perl Tweet Facebook Google+

An excellent guide to that dreaded moment in every dev's life when a database has finally reached a size where it's too unwiedly for a single instance and the big guns have to be drawn out.

Perl 5 Porters Mailing List Summary: June 16th-21st Tweet Facebook Google+
by Sawyer X (XSAWYERX)

You would think the P5Porters would take a break during CPAN week. But nope, they just keep rollin'.

A Date with CPAN, Part 11: Sweet Release Tweet Facebook Google+
by Buddy Burden (BAREFOOT)

Curious about the work that goes behind releasing code on CPAN, or curious about this latest Date/Time module? This article's for you.


Thinking of giving your first ever Perl talk? Tweet Facebook Google+
by Neil Bowers (NEILB)

Then you might want to watch the YAPC videos for inspiration and lessons in things to do (or avoid).

By the Numbers - YAPC::NA::2016 - Wednesday Night Pull Request Challenge Tweet Facebook Google+
by Brett Estrade (ESTRABD)

The CPAN Pull Request Challenge has spilled into Conference Space, with pleasing results. And if you missed that one, never fear: another PRC hacking session is planned for YAPC::EU.


An improved Perl API for cme and Config::Model Tweet Facebook Google+
by Dominique Dumont

Managing configuration files just got a little easier.

Cool Perl 6 features available in Perl 5 Tweet Facebook Google+
by Lukas Mai (MAUKE)

Cross-pollinisation is a wonderful thing. Like some of them cool features in Perl6, but not ready to take the leap into a whole new language? No worry: some of them trinkled back down into Perl5-land.

Personal Programming Plans: Instagram2Background Tweet Facebook Google+
by Dave Jacoby (JACOBY)

Handy utility script to set your latest Instagram picture as your desktop background.

Why do I like simple object system? Object::Simple story. Tweet Facebook Google+
by Yuki Kimoto (KIMOTO)

If you like Mojolicious's Mojo::Base and would wish to use it in non-Mojorelated projects, rejoice, for Object::Simple has entered the OO arena, and draws heavy, heeeavy inspiration from the Mojolicious code.

Easy OAuth Integration with Runkeeper and Spotify Tweet Facebook Google+
by Olaf Alders (OALDERS)

Nice new Mojolicious plugin to make the oauth dance a wee bit less painful.

Perl 6

A Quick One From Orlando Tweet Facebook Google+
by Timo Paulssen

An overview of what is happening in the world of Perl6.

Exploiting Perl 6 Code From Down The Dependency Chain Tweet Facebook Google+
by Zoffix Znet (ZOFFIX)

Half the battle is knowing thyne enemie's dirty tricks. Here, how malicious dependencies (or dependencies of our dependencies) could unleash evil to our codebase is explored.

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