Issue #328 - 2017-11-06 - The London Perl Workshop

latest | archive | by Neil Bowers
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It's not quite three weeks to the London Perl Workshop, a free-to-attend one-day conference with three tracks of talks and one of tutorials. If you're going, please (a) register on the website, and (b) favourite the talks you want to hear. This will help the organisers work out the schedule for the day.

The Perl 5 Core Maintenance fund is running low on money. If your company uses Perl, maybe you could encourage the right person to contribute to the fund.

YAPC::Russia happened this past weekend, but I haven't seen any blog posts about it yet. If you went, why not tell us what you thought, in a blog post?

Neil

Neil Bowers


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CPAN News

Perl 5

P5P Mailing List Summary: October 16th to November 1st

by Sawyer X (XSAWYERX)

The weekly round-up of P5P notes, though this week you get two for the price of one. The highlight is Dave Mitchell's work to make multiple string concatenation faster.

Configure at the 2017 Perl 5 Core Hackathon

by James E Keenan

One of the things worked on at the P5P hackathon last month was Configure, the configuration script that starts the build and installation process for Perl 5. James gives an introduction to Configure, and then outlines the work done on it at the hackathon.


Rakudo

Rakudo Weekly

by Elizabeth Mattijsen (ELIZABETH)

The weekly roundup of Rakudo news, which starts off with a call for contributions to the Rakudo advent calendar for 2017.

MoarVM Specializer Improvements Part 3: Optimizing Code

by Jonathan Worthington (JONATHAN)

Another long post from Jonathan about his performance work on MoarVM. He published it as I was putting together this issue, so I haven't had a chance to read it yet. But I will, as they're always good reading.


London Perl Workshop

London Perl Workshop Klaxon

by Dave Cross (DAVECROSS)

Dave has been working on his new tutorial, which he'll be giving at LPW: practical SEO tips. It's free to attend, like the rest of LPW!

LPW: Too much of a good thing can be wonderful!

by London Perl Workshop

There have been a lot of good talk submissions for LPW, a lot more than usual. A lot of talks have been accepted now, so you can check out the list, and start marking which ones you'd like to hear. This will help the organisers decide which talks go in which rooms.

Last call for LPW Lightning Talks

by London Perl Workshop

If you're reading this on Monday 6th November, then today is the last day for submitting lightning talks for the London Perl Workshop. They're only 5 minutes, so a great way to start giving talks at Perl events.


Community

MANWAR's Hacktoberfest report

by Mohammad S. Anwar (MANWAR)

Mohammad shares with us how he earned this year's Hacktoberfest t-shirt, and when he wears it to work.


The Perl Foundation

YAML::PP Grant Report October 2017

by Tina Müller (TINITA)

Tina describes the latest work done under her YAML grant. If you want to know more about YAML, YAML modules, and Tina's work, she's talking about them at LPW.

P5CMF running out of funds

by Dan Wright (DWRIGHT)

The Perl 5 Core Maintence Fund, which has been supporting work on Perl 5 since 2011, is running low on funds. If your company uses Perl, maybe you could donate to the fund, perhaps setting up a recurring contribution.


Not Perl, but Relevant

Conference Tips: Submitting a Talk Proposal

by Pat Kua

Pat gives his tips on writing a good conference talk proposal, increasing the chances of your talk being accepted. And while we're on the topic, don't forget Vicky's list of public speaking resources.


The corner of Gabor

A couple of entries sneaked in by Gabor.


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