Issue #294 - 2017-03-13 - Perl Developer Survey

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as Perl 6 is taking more and more of the news, BIP (aka. BuiltInPerl) run by Evozon has a survey on Perl in general.

Enjoy your week!

Gabor Szabo


Articles

Shire Calendar Update

by Tom Wyant (WYANT)

You know, from Middle-Earth.


Sad news

Web

Dancer2 0.205000 improves application speed, deprecates request->dispatch_path

by Jason A. Crome (CROMEDOME)

The new release is on CPAN featuring changes by a number of new contributors.


Perl 5

Perl 6

2017.10 ≤ It's all relative ≥

Aside the Unicode operators mentioned in the title, there are also happy and unhapp versions of variables. That will freak out a few people I know.

Using matplotlib in Perl 6 (intro)

Weird domain name and even though this is already Part 5 of the Using matplotlib in Perl 6 series I still could not figure out who the author is.


Other

MSSQL ODBC Client and Server on Ubuntu

by Arthur Axel "fREW" Schmidt (FREW)

Including example how to run MSSQL in Docker and a bonus Perl script.

My Mobile (shell) Home

by Arthur Axel "fREW" Schmidt (FREW)

fressh is EW’s Secure Shell that will make sure his dotfile are up-to-date on the server before he logs in.


Weekly collections

Perl Maven Articles

Tools to package Perl scripts, modules, and applications

by Gabor Szabo (SZABGAB)

Part of my effort to publish the Perl Advanced videos I recorded a couple of years ago, here are two: Makefile.PL of ExtUtils::MakeMaker and Makefile.PL of Module::Install


Perl Jobs by Perl Careers

Science background, or a passing interest in life sciences? Junior/mid-level Perl developer needed in London...

Friendly and quiet office in London (W1) looking for a Perl (or similar) developer with at least two years experience. You’re expected to have fullstack experience/abilities, from improvements on the client’s HTML front-end to backend services.

The only Perl job with a swimming pool; very exciting financial services company in London, The EU

he best thing — in my opinion, anyway — about working for a development team led by an active member of the London Perl community, is that you know management love Perl, support using the best available Perl tooling, and will create a technical environment where Perl developers will be happy.

Escape London -- Mid-to-Senior Perl Developers in the Midlands (visa sponsorship possible)

Varied role solving real business problems for clients, working with open source software all day - in one of the few places in the UK a house is still affordable.



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