Issue #272 - 2016-10-10 - Howdy from a new editor!

latest | archive | by D Ruth Bavousett
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It's my first time editing the Perl Weekly, and I'd like to thank Gabor for inviting me to join the team! I've found a few intersting bits here and there around the web this week, so let's get right to it:

D Ruth Bavousett


Mojolicious and FullCalendar.js Tweet Facebook Google+
by Enkidu

Don't reinvent wheels! Mojolicious and FullCalendar.js can work together to solve a common problem.


The must-have features for Perl 6 Tweet Facebook Google+
by D Ruth Bavousett

I interviewed Jeff Goff for recently, about his work with Perl 6


SECURITY RELEASE - Buffer overflow in DBD::mysql perl library Tweet Facebook Google+
by Michiel Beijen (MICHIELB)

A buffer overflow vulnerability in DBD::mysql has been fixed

XML::CompactTree::XS Works Again Tweet Facebook Google+
by E. Choroba (CHOROBA)

A walkthrough of a bugfix for XML::CompactTree::XS

A discussion of DBIx-Class governance and future development Tweet Facebook Google+
by David Golden (DAGOLDEN)

A lengthy discussion is ongoing about DBIx-Class governnance.

Perl 6

Public Keys in Perl 6 Tweet Facebook Google+
by Brian Duggan (BDUGGAN)

Brian Duggan gives us a fantastic introduction to the fundamentals of the RSA public key algorithm, and implements it in Perl 6

Weekly collections


Speaker proposals for OSCON are open! Tweet Facebook Google+

The Call for Speakers for OSCON 2017 in Austin, TX is open now through October 25!

Perl Maven Articles

Keep data in client and fetch only changes Tweet Facebook Google+
by Gabor Szabo (SZABGAB)

Front-end code-improvement for the Dancer Ajax project.

Organizing a test script with subtests Tweet Facebook Google+
by Gabor Szabo (SZABGAB)

subtest make it easier to keep your plan intact. (screencast)


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