Issue #285 - 2017-01-09 - Perl Jobs

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The Perl Conference in DC 2017 – CFP

See the Deadline March 6, 2017. TPC: June 18-23, 2017 in Washington, DC


A blog site for Sparrowdo project

by Alexey Melezhik (MELEZHIK) Nice. I just wish it would be on its own domain.



Perl 5

The Perl Toolchain Summit 2017

by Philippe Bruhat (BOOK)

The is the continuation or extension or whatever of the Perl QA Hackathon. This time it will be held in Lyon, France from Thursday 11th May 2017 through Sunday 14th May 2017


Perl 6

Rakudo Star: Past Present and Future

by Steve Mynott

Documentation, package management, and more.

Perl 6 at a Glance

by Andrew Shitov (ANDY)

This book is about Perl 6, a programming language.


No, I will not 'lighten up'

by VM Brasseur

It is not just for Perl programmers.


Perl Adventure Series

by JT Smith (RIZEN)

JT and the MadMongers are going to create a video game from scratch as a learning exercise.

Weekly collections

Events Meeting dates for 2017 (as calculated by Perl 6)

by Thomas Klausner (DOMM)

The future is here. Perl 6 is being use to generate the dates when the Perl folks in Vienna meet.

Perl Jobs by Perl Careers

Senior Perl Developer? Pick up machine learning with a move to Amsterdam

Join a team of 10 machine learning and natural language geeks working on a modern and well-tested Perl codebase in Amsterdam (near Nieuwendam). You’re an experienced Perl developer, perhaps with some exposure to Perl internals (and XS), but also with the ability to guide a team of scientists in Perl best practices.

Junior Perl developer for a charity and giving-focussed team in Kent, UK

Want to do something good for once? Join the Kickstarter of the charity world, supporting activists and causes around the world. Based in Sevenoaks in Kent, you’ll be working in Perl to support a range of their charity and giving-focussed projects.

Live in sunny Oxford, squeaky clean Modern Perl codebase

Friendly and Perl-committed company based in Oxford who build a very popular software product. They use Catalyst + Starman, DBIx::Class, and are heavily bought in to Moose. Despite having been running for many years, almost none of the code is older than 3 years after a successful ground-up rewrite.

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