Issue #404 - 2019-04-22 - White Camel Awards 2018

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Hi there

Recently the White Camel Awards 2018 were annouced and awarded to three very popular names. In category "Perl Community", Todd Rinaldo was choosen for his help to organize Perl conferences and hackathons and provided other support through one of Perl's largest financial contributors, cPanel. For "Perl Advocacy", David Farrell was the winner for PerlTricks and Perl.com. Last but not the least, in the category "Perl User Groups", Max Maischein was picked as winner. Max Maischein has been Frakfurt.pm's treasurer since 2011, handling the accounting, reporting, and contracting, as well as coordinating work with other local organizations. Without that important work nothing could get done. He's part of the backbone of the German Perl community.

Congratulations to all three winners from the team of PerlWeekly newsletter.

Have a great week ahead and enjoy the sun.

Mohammad S. Anwar


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Announcements

Perl v5.28.2

by Steve Hay (SHAY)

Steve Hay has released Perl 5.28.2, a production release. It represents 4 months of development and contains approximately 1,200 lines of changes to 29 files. It includes bug fixes and a few core module updates.

SPVM 1.0 language specification

by Yuki Kimoto (KIMOTO)

Yuki-san shares SPVM 1.0 specification. Most of the specification is written in Japanese. SPVM is a programming language which can be used as CPAN module.


Articles

YAPC Newsletter

by Shawn Carroll

More news about TPCiP


Report

Web

Fixing MVC in Web Applications

by Curtis 'Ovid' Poe (OVID)

Curtis shares the common mistakes by the developers implementing MVC in Web Applications. In the end, he shows the better implmentation of MVC. Highly Recommended.


Testing

CPAN

Arango::DB

by Alberto Simões (AMBS)

Alberto shares the history of module Arango::DB.


Fun

Currying - An Introduction With Function Declarations & Expressions

by Stephen Weiss

A very interesting take on functional programming ES6.


Perl Weekly Challenge

The Perl Weekly Challenge by Mohammad Anwar will help you step out from your comfort-zone.

Perl Weekly Challenge - 005

by Mohammad S. Anwar (MANWAR)

Do you like Anagrams? If yes then please take part in the Perl Weekly Challenge - 005.

Perl Weekly Challenge 004

by Gustavo Chaves

Gustavo Chaves take on weekly challenge.

Another Week Another Challenge

by Adam Russell

Adam Russell taking on another challenge and shares his experience.

Perl 6 P(i)ermutations

by Arne Sommer

Arne has been very creative with his solution for the weekly challenge as always.

Perl 6 small stuff #17: a weekly challenge of Big Pi’s, Bags and modules

by Jo Christian Oterhals

Jo didn't get time to solve Challenge 003 but here he not only solved the Challenge 004 but also blogged about it.


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 Gabor know and he'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

Loops in Perl 6 and when to use them

by JJ Merelo (JMERELO)

JJ Merelo shares his view on the usage of Loops in Perl 6. Highly Recommended.


Weekly collections

The corner of Gabor

A couple of entries sneaked in by Gabor.

Groovy

by Gabor Szabo (SZABGAB)

Many Groovy-releated articles were publish this week.


Events

European PerlCon 2019

August 7-9, 2019 Riga, Latvia

Swiss Perl Workshop 2019

August 16-17, 2019 Flörli Olten, Switzerland


Perl Jobs by Perl Careers

Interactive Television with Perl - North West England with an international reach

nterested in working at the cutting edge of broadcast and interactive TV technology? Know how to put together Perl-based APIs using DBIx::Class and Moose? The team uses Modern Perl, and is looking for 2+ years of experience, hopefully encompassing Moose or Moo, Test::Builder-based testing tools, one of the major web frameworks (with bonus points for an understanding of PSGI/Plack) and familiarity

Largest Perl team in London with beautiful Docklands offices

Large, dynamic Perl team in Canary Wharf looking for mid-level and senior developers. Run by a Perl-loving CTO in beautiful offices with a great view over Canary Wharf, the company manages one legacy Perl codebase and a whole bunch of very new, very shiny, and very modern codebases that power the market-leading solution in their particular area. Free breakfast, too, for some values of breakfast.

Perhaps the most enlightened Perl team in London

If you want to be using the absolute best in tooling, do Modern Perl properly, and benefit from working with one of the most switched-on and enlightened Perl teams in London — and you don’t mind commuting to Chiswick — you’d struggle to do better than this team.

Polyglot required Down Under – Senior Developer role in Melbourne, Australia

G’day, Perl Mongers of Australia! Do you have a strong background in Perl, but a desire to learn and apply other languages? This client is looking for a polyglot developer, with a focus on Perl but potential to also use (and be cross-trained in) Scala, Ruby, Python and JavaScript. It is a small, flexible team and there may be the opportunity to undertake some DevOps work too if interested.

Sprechen Sie Deutsch und Perl fließend? Möchten Sie in London leben?

Do you speak German, Perl, and passable English? My London-based client is interested in native (or near-native) German speakers who are interested in relocating to London (to join an English-speaking team). While the majority of projects are undertaken in English, the client has projects where some German would be helpful.



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