2012.04.21 in #39
How Perl Documentation Could Look Like
lichtkind (aka. herbert breunung) is reporting on his progress with his TPF grant and advocating his idea to use pandoc for documentation.
2012.05.02 in #41
Help to write Perl 6 Documentation
If you don't know anything about Perl 6 this might be a good chance to both learn about it and contribute to its documentation. Check out the call of Herbert Breunung (lichtkind) to work on the Perl 6 tablets.
2012.08.25 in #57
Herbert Brennung (lichtkind)
2012.10.16 in #65
The IPW afterthoughts of lichtkind
Herbert Breunung visited the Italian Perl Workshop. He likes ice cream.
2013.08.29 in #110
Write GUI faster -> GCL
lichtkind (aka. Herbert Breunung) is create a language that will help creating GUIs faster.
2013.09.04 in #111
Where is App::Harmonograph ?
Old is the new new. Recently, Ovid re-implemented the engine for the Scott Adams games in Perl. Not to be left behind, litchkind now offers us an emulator of the 19th century instrument called Harmonograph, invented 1844 by Professor Blackburn.
2013.09.07 in #111
Wx::Perl::Smart Design Decisions
Writing GUIs, it's always a pain. Yet, because we are all lazy at heart, we're endlessly toiling to make the task as easy as possible. Here, lichtkind presents the basic design decisions he took for Wx::Perl::Smart, his new contender in that Holy Quest for simplicity.
2014.05.25 in #148
First Czech Perl Workshop
Lichtkind reports on the first Czech Perl workshop.
2014.09.26 in #166
What is the Perl community?
lichtkind gives his personal answer to the question that is currently making the rounds.
2015.03.16 in #190
Want to have your stuff talked about at the German Linux Conference but won't be there? lichtkind might be the proxy you were looking for.
2015.09 in #216
5 part chronicle (in German)
2015.10.05 in #220
Lichtkind is working on an interesting project: a tutorial which he hopes will have parallel Perl 5 and Perl 6 versions. It's a work in progress, and he's hoping others will pitch in.
2016.09.01 in #267
This year Lichtkind didn't speak at YAPC::EU, he just attended. And he enjoyed it.
2017.08.17 in #317
Plan for perldoc 4.0
lichtkind tells us about his plan for perldoc 4.0, after doing two lightning talks on the subject at TPCiA.
2017.09.12 in #321
The hugest feature of Perl 6
Looking for the wow factor of Perl 6.
2018.09.03 in #372
Introducing Perl6::Math::Matrix (Part 1: Data)
Herbert gave talk on the above topic at The Perl Conference in Glasgow. Here he writes about the implementation of suggestions he got after his talk.
2018.09.13 in #373
Perl6::Math::Matrix (Part 2: Converter)
In this series of articles lichtkind reflects and expand on a talk he gave this year in Glasgow were he spoke about writing Perl 6 modules in general and his own module in particular.
2018.09.18 in #374
Perl6::Math::Matrix (Part 3: when to use MMD)
In this third instalment of the series, the author talks about how to use MMD (multi method dispatch) the right way.
2018.10.02 in #376
In the ongoing series, Herbert, take us through naming methods. I like the way he build the story around the topic. A very informative take on the subject. A must read for every Perl6 lover.
2018.10.28 in #379
Perl6::Math::Matrix (Part 5: patient with docs)
2019.07.28 in #418
next Math::Matrix releases
Herbert discussing the next release of Math::Matrix.
2019.08.05 in #420
Another module by Herbert after Math::Matrix. Here he talks about how it all started.
2019.12.31 in #441
Communication at the 36c3 Perl and Raku Assembly
How to talk about Perl and Raku so people might listen.
2020.02.13 in #447
KBOS = The Kephra Base Object System
2020.02.20 in #448
Following up earlier post about
2020.03.01 in #449
The Kephra Base Object System - KBOS
2020.03.14 in #451
Let's talk about the syntax and semantics of KBOS methods. The Kephra Base Object System (KBOS - read: ok boss)
2020.04.10 in #455
KBOS (Kephra Base Object System) - the 5th part.
2022.06.08 in #568
Entering the Charts
Kephra presenting Charts for Perl fans. Please checkout the blog for the ground work behind it. Well done.
2022.07.21 in #574
Climbing the Charts (request for feature requests)
A new release of CPAN distribution Chart is available on MetaCPAN.
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