Issue #371 - 2018-09-03 - The school year has started

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Hi there

For some of you the school year has started on September 1st. For others it was a week earlier. Yet others are in their winter semester. Enjoy your newly found free time ...

... and the articles below!

Have a nice week!

Gabor Szabo


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Announcements

Articles

Use Unicode 10 in Perl v5.28

by brian d foy (BDFOY)

Perl has been on the forefront of Unicode adoption for a very long time. See how to use the newly added characters in the recently released version of Perl.

A Haskell challenge

by Jeffrey Kegler (JKEGL)

Recently Michael Arntzenius noted that Haskell's native parser has trouble parsing Haskell list comprehensions, so much so that it is an obstacle to new language features. Michael wondered aloud if the Perl-based Marpa (a state of the art Earley/Leo implementation) could do better. Jeffrey Kegler, Marpa's author, took up the challenge. Here is his response.

Performance Report - August 2018

by Mohammad S. Anwar (MANWAR)

If only there would be a few more people in the Perl community like Manwar! Doing lots of stuff and ready to talk about it!


Code

namespace::local - confine imports to current scope

by Konstantin Uvarin

An inside-out version of namespace::clean that would erase imports that come after and not before it.


Perl Command line options

7 of the most useful Perl command line options

by Gabor Szabo (SZABGAB)

I've published this article to give people some pointers, to which I got a few "interesting" comments, including Dave Cross pointing to his 14 years old article which is longer and brian d foy who then posted his additions that also got some "interesting" comments. I did not know that command line options are such a popular topic. Almost competing with opinions about editors and indentation.


CPAN

Solving one of the two great unsolved problems in computer science

by Ben Bullock (BKB)

It's said that there are two great unsolved problems in computer science: naming, cache invalidation, and off-by-one errors.

Language::SIMPLE - The Portable Integrated Scripting System

by Saif Uddin Ahmed (SAIFTYNET)

SIMPLE, that stands for Simple Integrated Modular Programming Language Experiment, is an experimental attempt to integrate end user scripting into Perl applications.


Perl Tutorial

A section for newbies and for people who need some refreshing of their Perl knowledge. If you have questions or suggestions about the articles, let me know and I'll try to make the necessary changes. The included articles are from the Perl Maven Tutorial and are part of the Perl Maven eBook.


Perl 6

Weekly collections

Event reports

DevOps

gcloud and aws

by Gabor Szabo (SZABGAB)

The Code-Maven site is used as my external persistent memory. I push out code snippets and command snippets that were useful for me. This time some command using the CLI interface gcloud and aws


Events

Nordic Perl Workshop and MojoConf 2018

September 6-7, 2018, Oslo.

Swiss Perl Workshop 2018

September 7-8, 2018 Bern.

London Perl Workshop 2018

November 24th, 2018, London


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