Issue #378 - 2018-10-22 - London Perl Workshop 2018

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Hi there

The London Perl Workshop 2018 is just around the corner. If you are going to be in London on 24th Nov 2018, then you should attend the workshop. It has talks covering various aspects of programming language. If you are keen to talk about any thing you recent worked on then please do submit your proposal before the deadline i.e. 31st Oct 2018.

The other thing that keeping the month of October so lively is the Hacktoberfest Challenge. If you have not joined the challenge then there is still time for you. Just sign up and submit 5 Pull Request to any distributions hosted on GitHub. In return you would receive specially designed T-shirt deliver to you anywhere in the world for FREE.

Keep contributing and enjoy this week newsletter

Mohammad S. Anwar


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Announcements

London Perl Workshop 2018 - give a talk

Deadline to submit proposal is 31st Oct 2018. Please submit your proposal asap.

Dave Rolsky Nomination for TPF Board

Dave Rolsky is our next nominee to join the Perl Foundation board. Dave is well known in the Perl community, for his extensive contributions to CPAN and for his frequent conference talks and classes.

Big Data: A Very Short Introduction

This book aims to introduce you to Big Data, how it’s stored and analysed, together with its social impact, how does it fare?


Articles

"Parsing: a Timeline", version 3.1

by Jeffrey Kegler (JKEGL)

The timeline is a painless introduction to a fascinating and important story which is scattered among one of the most forbidding literatures in computer science.

Hacktoberfest 2018 - Memorable Moments

by Mohammad S. Anwar (MANWAR)

Sharing the celebration of submitting over 100 Pull Request for Hacktoberfest Challenge.

Moose Finds More Bugs

by John Scoles (BYTEROCK)

One more blog on Moose by @byterock.


Code

Dancer2::Session::CHI released

by Jason A. Crome (CROMEDOME)

New session storage backend added for Dancer2 as a part of distribution Dancer2::Session::CHI. If you are currently using CHI in your Dancer2 applications, this will let you use CHI as your backing datastore for storage data. Please see the pod for details.

XML::Invisible - writing parsers without pain or code

by Ed Jordan

With the recently released XML::Invisible v0.03, you can write parsers that produce XML-like Abstract Syntax Trees (AST), or actual XML documents, without writing any code.

Focus on what matters: code

With GitHub Actions you can automate your workflow from idea to production. Sign up for the beta.


Web

GitHub Extends Learning Lab

by Alex Denham

At its annual GitHub Universe conference, GitHub is releasing three new Learning Lab courses, covering secure development workflows with GitHub, reviewing a pull request, and getting started with GitHub.

Sourcegraph Powers Up Your Code Repository

by Nikos Vaggalis

Sourcegraph is a code navigation engine that non-destructively rearranges your repository's structure to organize it, as well as powering it up with code intelligence and advanced search capabilities.


Fun

Blockchain and the GDPR

The european union blockchain observatory & forum has set as one of its objectives the analysis of and reporting on a wide range of important blockchain themes, driven by the priorities of the european commission, and based on input from its Working Groups and other stakeholders.


Perl 5

Lab::Measurement paper published!

by Simon Reinhardt

The Lab::Measurement software stack is a feature-rich solution for measurement automation and instrument control, which is both lightweight and highly portable to different operating systems.


Perl 6

2018.42 A better Atom for 6

by Elizabeth Mattijsen (ELIZABETH)


Other

Cloud NAT: deep dive into our new network address translation service

Among all the network services that you rely on when running your applications, Network Address Translation (NAT) is key. It allows your applications to access the internet, while keeping your deployments private.


Weekly collections

Events

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