Issue #405 - 2019-04-29 - Where are your blog posts?

latest | archive | by Gabor Szabo
Don't miss the next issue!

As I see it is getting harder and harder to fill the Perl Weekly newsletter with content.

If it wasn't for the Perl Weekly Challange initiative of Mohammad Anwar we would have a very thin edition. Luckily it started to provide us many great posts. I hope he or some other people will find a way to further enhance the idea and to create even more interesting posts. I also hope that other people will join and provide other solutions.

Enjoy your week

Gabor Szabo


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Announcements

We don't need no stinkin' hosting

by brian d foy (BDFOY)

Andrew Shitov asked for 10,000 USD to 'Create a complete course of the Perl 6 programming language.' In a close vote it was rejected, partially due to the lack of specifics about deployment and hosting options. brian d foy that the hosting question should not be important as the expense is negliable. I tend to agee. One could run a decent system on a 5-10 USD/month box on Digital Ocean that would probably server the Perl 6 users if their number 10 and probably even 100 times more than the current number. If that happens I am sure there will be individuals or companies who will be happy to pay the bill. On the other hand I think the plan for deployment should be part of the grant and the system needs to be deployed from day 1.


Code

Perl secret operators

by Philippe Bruhat (BOOK)

If you have not seen them yet, here you can read explanations and the history of these operators.


Web

Perl Dancer examples

by Gabor Szabo (SZABGAB)

While for new project you should use Dancer 2 I am currently dealing with an application that is in Dancer 1 so I wrote a couple of examples. I was especially interested writing examples on how to test a web application written in Dancer as having tests allows us to move faster and it allows us to switch to Dancer 2 withot the fear of breaking the system and noticing only after deployment.


Perl Weekly Challenge

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

Perl Weekly Challenge - 006

by Mohammad S. Anwar (MANWAR)

Don't miss the fun and try new challenges every week. For more information, please read FAQ page.

RECAP - Perl Weekly Challenge - 005

by Mohammad S. Anwar (MANWAR)

Review of last week challenge. There are plenty of great solutions.

Perl Weekly Challenge 005 - Solution

by Mark Senn

Check out Mark Senn mathematical explanation behind his solutions.

Anagramming to the Max – Perl weekly challenge, week 5

by Francis Whittle

Francis Whittle showing the power of Perl 6 in his solutions.

Perl Weekly Challenge - 005

by Gustavo Chaves

Gustavo Chaves talking about how he improved the speed of his solutions.

Perl Weekly Challenge 005: The Anagrams

by E. Choroba (CHOROBA)

E. Choroba joined the team last week and submitted the solution to the Challenge 005 in Perl 5. He made good use of Math::Combinatorics in his work.

Anagrams!

by Adam Russell

Interesting use of Fundamental Theorem of Arithmetic, Adam showed it helped him solve Anagrams challenge.

Anagrams – in O(N)

by Joelle Maslak

Joelle Maslak talks about her solution in exceptional details. Highly Recommended.

Perl 6 small stuff #18: applying permutations to an anagram challenge

by Jo Christian Oterhals

Jo Christian Oterhals shows us the magic of Perl 6 in his solutions.

Perl Weekly Week 5 (Part 1)

by Simon Proctor

Scimon built Perl 6 library to solve the weekly challenge. Please take a look.

Perl Weekly Challenge # 5: Anagrams

by Laurent Rosenfeld

Laurent Rosenfeld shares his solution with benchmark data.

Perl 6 Anagrams

by Arne Sommer

Arne Sommer blogging skill is unbelievable. He is too good. Checkout his work and you will know what I am talking about.


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.

CLI - Command Line Interface in Perl

by Gabor Szabo (SZABGAB)

A few points on CLI in Perl along with a new post about GUIs in Perl.


Perl 6

2019.16 Easter Down

by Elizabeth Mattijsen (ELIZABETH)

The weekly collection.


Weekly collections

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

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Senior Perl developer with an interest in NodeJS needed

Lead the project of transitioning an enormously scaled, high-traffic website to its new programming language. We’re not talking about tweaking the back-end of some faceless mid-range corporation. We’re talking transforming the online experience of millions of annual visitors to this firm’s online home.

Work with Perl, Go and Python for one of London’s strongest brands

Some of us are so curious by nature that we can’t stop learning things, you might have started with Perl and gotten really good at it but that wasn’t enough, not when there’s fun new things emerging every day! And our client is looking for someone just like that, who is not afraid to jump into a Go code base or work some Python when needed.

Work with giant, caged robots, and Perl; Senior Developer, West London

They’ve got a large Perl team who use Catalyst, DBIx::Class, Moose, Plack and Template Toolkit. The company is solidly committed to developing in an Agile manner, continuous delivery, and pushing the envelope with more modern tools — many features and tests are implemented using Behaviour Driven Development (experience of which would be useful!).



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