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 Tweet Facebook Google+
by Tom Wyant (WYANT)

You know, from Middle-Earth.


Sad news

Web

Dancer2 0.205000 improves application speed, deprecates request->dispatch_path Tweet Facebook Google+
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 ≥ Tweet Facebook Google+

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) Tweet Facebook Google+

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 Tweet Facebook Google+
by Arthur Axel "fREW" Schmidt (FREW)

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

My Mobile (shell) Home Tweet Facebook Google+
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 Tweet Facebook Google+
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... Tweet Facebook Google+

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 Tweet Facebook Google+

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) Tweet Facebook Google+

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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