Issue #225 - 2015-11-16 - Nominations for the White Camel Award: It's On

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This week's biggest news is actually a non-news type of news: YAPC::NA is still looking for its 2016 location. But despite this meddling, temporary snag, the bigger show goes on. brian d foy is now taking nominations for the 2015 White Camel Award, and there's a DC-Baltimore Perl Workshop coming in in the new year. Enjoy! ~ `/anick

Yanick Champoux


Nominate Perl heroes for the 2015 White Camel Awards

by brian d foy (BDFOY)

The White Camel award recognizes and celebrates the non-technical achievements of a member of the Perl community. Know somebody who's deserving of that monochromatic humped Thank You this year? Submit their name to brian d foy!


Perl 5 Porters Mailing List Summary: November 2nd-9th

by Sawyer X (XSAWYERX)

The weekly, at-a-glance, view of what happened in the P5P world.

Alexis Sukrieh, choreographer of Perl's Dancer community

by Andrew Solomon (ILLY)

Andrew interviews Alexis Sukrieh and traces back with him the genesis of its creation, the Dancer micro-web framework.


DC-Baltimore Perl Workshop 2016!!! Call for Speakers

The fifth installment, which will happen next April, of the DC-Baltimore Perl Workshop is revving up. If you want to be part of the fun, now is the time to submit your talks.

YAPC::NA::2016 Update #1

by Dan Wright (DWRIGHT)

So, where's the next YAPC::NA going to be? Turns out the answer has... not yet stabilized yet. Dan fills us on the current state of affair.


Win Some, Test::Some

by Yanick Champoux (YANICK)

A new module that alters the behavior of Test::More's subtest such as to allow to only run a subset of a file's tests.

Test plan and test descriptions

by Gabor Szabo (SZABGAB)

What is the 'plan' in the tests written in Perl?


Formal deprecation of GraphViz V 2.19 - Use GraphViz2

by Ron Savage (RSAVAGE)

GraphViz is deprecated. Long live GraphViz2!

CMS based Mojolicious

There is a brand new CMS in town.

Single Page Application with Perl Dancer and AngularJS

by Gabor Szabo (SZABGAB)

Dancer now allows you to create your own skeleton for new projects. This is a skeleton that makes it easy to create a Single-Page Application. One where your client-side applications talks to the web serve using AJAX.


Perl Dancer book available

by Gabor Szabo (SZABGAB)

All the Perl Maven articles related to Perl Dancer, now available bundled in one e-book in MOBI format for Kindle.

Perl 6

Production Today

by Timo Paulssen

Halloween is behind us. As Ed Stark would undoubiously say: Christmas is coming.

What should Rakudo-js aim for first?

by PaweĊ‚ Murias (PMURIAS)

Pawel is considering putting his shoulder to the task of porting Rakudo to JavaScript, and he's asking for feedback as what should be his first concrete goalpost.

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