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Established by Gabor Szabo, long time Perl developer and DevOps trainer. Author of the Perl tutorial on the Perl Maven site and of the Code Maven site. White camel awardee. He teaches training courses in Israel and around the world. He has the hat of the chief editor. (272 issues)
Since the beginning of 2013 Yanick Champoux is the co-editor of the newsletter. He used to write the bi-weekly Shuck & Awe: Hunting for Perl, he is a serious Perl programmer, and a walking dictionary. Reading his writings is always a challenge. A very enjoyable challenge. (63 issues)
Starting from October 2014 Neil Bowers became the 3rd co-editor of the newsletter. He writes plenty of articles comparing CPAN modules to each other and then taking over some of them. He also runs his own company, . Watch this interview with him. (55 issues)
Upasana Shukla joined the team of editors in August 2016. She got involved in the Perl community by participating in GNOME's Outreach Program for Women and freeing Moose from stringy exceptions. Since then she is unstoppable. She also has a number of modules on CPAN. (11 issues)
D Ruth Holloway joined the team of editors in October 2016. She used to work on software managing libraries and now she works for cPanel. She writes for Opensource.com. (19 issues)
Mohammad Anwar joined the team of editors in May 2018. He is CPAN Author and Contributor. He regularly blogs here. He enjoys submitting Pull Requests and speaking at Perl Conferences. He also loves spending time to help others to keep CPAN better source of information. Watch this interview with him. He runs the Perl Weekly Challenge. (63 issues)
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