Issue #275 - 2016-10-31 - Helló Wien!

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Hi,

probably only few of you know, that on October 31, 1477, the Hungarian King Matthias Corvinus has captured Vienna (called Wien by the locals). This is the source of the popular tradition to celebrate Helló Wien on this day.

Enjoy!

Gabor Szabo


Articles

Testing

Code

Swift and Perl Interoperability Tweet Facebook Google+

The primary goal of swiftperl is to write XS modules for Perl entirely in Swift. GitHub


Web

Web development with Perl 5 Tweet Facebook Google+
by Ken Youens-Clark (KCLARK)

It is rare that you can look into the thought process of building an application. The comment on Reddit has more words.

Net::Twitter Cookbook: Favorites and Followers Tweet Facebook Google+
by Dave Jacoby (JACOBY)

Impressive work in writing tutorials. I wonder if he also Tweets about them.


CPAN

Recovery Report and Project Roadmap Tweet Facebook Google+
by Doug Bell (PREACTION)

CPAN Testers was down for two weeks starting October 16, 2016. This is the report about the downtime and what has changed during that period of time.


Grants

Perl 6

Avoid User Namespace Pollution with Perl 6 Modules Tweet Facebook Google+
by Tom Browder

How to selectively export functions from your Perl 6 module.

2016.43 Shining Star Tweet Facebook Google+
by liztormato


Other

Parsing JSON is a Minefield Tweet Facebook Google+

How well each library (Perl or not) implements the JSON specification?


Weekly collections

Events

How do you prepare a talk? Tweet Facebook Google+
by Neil Bowers (NEILB)

The 3rd part of the series that started with selecting the length of the talk, continued with the topic of the talk and now preparing for the talk.

Open Source Conferences Tweet Facebook Google+
by Gabor Szabo (SZABGAB)

A list of upcoming Open Source related conferences. Many of them still with open call for papers. The source is in GitHub.



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