Issue #277 - 2016-11-14 - The United States is not the only place where the Presidency is changing...

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Happy Monday!

Last week brought an end to a long election season in the US, and the end of an era for The Perl Foundation, as President Karen Pauley steps down. Big news, certainly, but there are, of course, other things going on, too!

D Ruth Bavousett


Headlines

the times they are a-changing Tweet Facebook Google+
by Mark Keating

Karen Pauley steps down from the Presidency of TPF


Code

David Farrell's berrybrew updated Tweet Facebook Google+
by Steve Bertrand

berrybrew, the equivalent of perlbrew for Windows platforms, has been updated.


Perl 5

Perl 5 Porters Mailing List Summary: November 1st-6th Tweet Facebook Google+
by Sawyer X (XSAWYERX)

podlators 4.09 released, Gitweb update, grand reports, and more!


Perl 6

Finding cheaters with k-mers Tweet Facebook Google+
by Ken Youens-Clark (KCLARK)

Using a Perl 6 script to find cheaters...on Perl 6 homework!

Bouncy balls with Perl 6 Tweet Facebook Google+
by Ken Youens-Clark (KCLARK)

Ken starts work on a simple game.


Other

Advice for first-time speakers Tweet Facebook Google+
by Neil Bowers (NEILB)

Neil gathers up some of the wisdom of experienced presenters.


Training

The Fragility of Contracting Tweet Facebook Google+
by Dave Cross (DAVECROSS)

Dave Cross has been hiding behind firewalls for a bit, but he's back, and looking for training gigs; contact him if you're interested!


Weekly collections

Event reports

Barcelona Perl Workshop 2016 in 3 movements Tweet Facebook Google+
by meis

Event report on the Barcelona Perl Workshop, November 5.

Salt Lake Perl Mongers - 11/08/16 - 'High Availability Perl with Kubernetes' Tweet Facebook Google+
by Doran 'Fozz' Barton

video of Scott Wiersdorf's presentation at Salt Lake Perl Mongers


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