2011.08.02 in #2
Test::BDD::Cucumber - porting Cucumber to Perl
2012.02.16 in #30
Estimating like an Adult - What to Steal from Agile...
This is the 2nd part of Peter Sergeant's article on trying to handle the developer-product manager relationship through better time estimates. He argues for using Story Points instead of time units and Velocity to balance the difference between developers. I personally don't have much use for this as I mostly write for myself but I think others could benefit from this approach. I certainly would like to read abut the experience of others.
2014.11.10 in #173
How to write a Developer CV/Resume that will get you hired
Peter has at one time occupied each one of the 4 roles that are dealing with the requirement of an employee so he probably knows what each one of those, including the employee, want to see in the CV. But remember, he is from the UK. In other countries his advice might be counterproductive. Or maybe they are even better than in the UK.
2015.08.24 in #213
Preparing for a Technical Interview (with Perl)
Slides, apparently from YAPC::NA that might help you get your next job.
2016.07.24 in #261
Perl, Python, and Ruby: The anatomy of a testing assertion
Pete looks at basic test assertions in Perl, Ruby, and Python. This is the first in a series of articles.
2016.12.30 in #284
Yak Shaving: XML::Writer edition
Pete presents XML::Writer::Lazy, which he created to address things he didn't like with XML::Writer.
2017.04.28 in #301
How to get paid more, a guide for Perl programmers
What's an extra $10,000 a year worth?
2017.09.30 in #323
Career Advice for Programmers
Peter Sergeant, who runs the Perl Careers that provides the jobs at the bottom of every Perl Weekly issue started a new blog called Career Advice for Programmers. It already has quite a few entries.
2020.07.29 in #467
Perl Careers the interview with Pete Sergeant
I am sure you have seen all the job posts at the bottom of the Perl Weekly. Now you can listen to the advice of Pete Sergeant who is behind the Perl Careers service. If you are looking for a Perl-job now, or you think that one day you might look for one, talk to him!
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