2019.09.27 in #427
perlres - List of resources about Perl
A huge list of Perl-related resource. Hosted in a GitHub repository so you can easily send suggestions in the form of a Pull-Request. If you do it in October, you might even earn a T-shirt.
2020.07.13 in #469
A tour with Net::FTP
When we want to have a way to exchange files between machines, we often think about rsync, scp, git or even something slow and complex (looking at you Artifactory and S3), but the answer is often right in front of your eyes: FTP!
2020.12.02 in #489
A call to Perl bloggers to come on dev.to
I'd add that even if you are not going to write a blog post, you could still register and up-vote the Perl-related posts to encourage the authors.
2020.12.03 in #489
A Perl love letter
2020.12.04 in #489
About Perl books review
2021.01.09 in #495
Simple live chart using Mojolicious
The back-end uses Mojolicious::Lite the front-end is Highcharts
2021.02.08 in #499
Check links programmatically (with Perl)
Using LWP::UserAgent handling lots of HTTP error codes.
2021.02.11 in #499
Check links with HTTP::Simple
Rewrite with HTTP::Simple; Exceptions and status; the Final code
2021.02.14 in #499
The hidden gem of Perl advent calendars of 2020
A selection of best-of
2021.02.17 in #500
To help Perl, just blog
Find out how blogging can help to promote Perl.
2021.02.22 in #501
Thoughts, quotes and thoughts about regex
Regex are one of the superpowers 💪 of Perl
2021.02.22 in #501
Browse CPAN modules per namespaces
There are a few special, or advanced searches in MetaCPAN.They are listed in the FAQ, but that's not easy to notice. Thibault pointed at one of the examples and even suggested a new mode of browsing. What do you think. Would the treeview help you?
2021.02.25 in #501
"Perl in 2025" FOSDEM video review
2021.03.11 in #503
Fun with dot
A dot is such a tiny charcter, but it can cause so much trouble.
2021.03.25 in #505
Migrate to Mojolicious 9 - Quick feedback
2021.03.26 in #505
Install CPAN modules from different sources with cpanminus
From CPAN, Git, local tarball, remote tarball.
2021.03.31 in #506
Coolest collection of CPAN utils ever.
2021.04.14 in #508
Thibault shared the process of adopting a CPAN module.
2021.04.16 in #508
6 months of blogging the onion
Thibault presents his blog contributions from the past six months.
2021.04.21 in #509
My unrealistic wish-list for Perl 7.x
2021.05.18 in #513
Grab a distribution tarball from CPAN
I admit, just a few weeks ago I wrote a partially functioning tool for myself to download and unzip a CPAN distribution. It was fun, but I should have looked for an already existing solution.
2021.06.10 in #516
My TPRCiC 2021 review
A thorough review of the recently concluded virtual conference by Thibault.
2021.08.23 in #527
Perl 2020 retrospective
What were the Perl-related highlights of 2020 for you?
2021.08.24 in #527
The ephemeral miniconf
The ephemeral miniconf is a Perl and Raku virtual miniconf that will take place in Zoom on the 18 November 2021.
2021.08.27 in #527
The ephemeral miniconf - Speaker announcement
Speaker announcement: Mark Gardner
2021.09.20 in #531
The ephemeral miniconf - Planning full... and frozen!
Planned to be on November 18, 2021
2021.11.02 in #537
Book review 'Mastering Perl'
2021.11.12 in #538
The ephemeral miniconf
The Ephemeral Miniconf is planned for Thursday 18 November 2021.
2021.11.19 in #539
The ephemeral miniconf - The review
2021.11.20 in #539
The ephemeral miniconf - Once Upon Perl Acronyms
2022.01.10 in #547
Book review 'Advanced Perl programming'
That's a 25 years old book in the review!
2022.01.24 in #549
Book review "Perl Hacks"
The book by chromatic, Damian Conway, and Curtis "Ovid" Poe
2022.02.03 in #550
The difficult road to Perl
Tib sharing his journey to Perl and all the wonderful bits in between.
2022.03.15 in #556
The love of Perl in Memes
Nice collection of Memes about Perl. Do you have more?
2022.03.23 in #557
Perl TCP client/server sample code
This post explains how to implement a simple TCP client/server in Perl using IO::Socket::INET.
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