Issue #329 - 2017-11-12 - The London Perl Workshop & confectionery

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Hi everyone,

London Perl Workshop looks so tempting. Unfortunately, I can't go, but you should go if you can.

Also, Neil is looking for three more bakers for London Perl workshop. So, if you want to help the community & show off your baking skills, then this is a golden chance for you.

I hope you will enjoy reading as much as I enjoyed writing this edition of Perl Weekly.

Upasana Shukla


Perl 5

Inline::F2003 - An ILSM for modern FORTRAN

by Ron Grunwald

If you want to know how to compile FORTRAN embedded in Perl, then check out Ron's Perl module.

I want my, I want my Kwa-li-tee

by Nick Tonkin (TONKIN)

Nick tells us how he improved Kwalitee rating for his module and probably you should do the same.

Perl Taster Course

by Dave Cross (DAVECROSS)

Dave Cross wrote a very detailed article giving introduction of Perl.

What's new on CPAN - October 2017

by David Farrell (DFARRELL)

David Farrell tells us about the CPAN modules released last month.


2017.45 Uplink Established

by Elizabeth Mattijsen (ELIZABETH)

Liz brings us a nice summary of happenings in the Perl6 world.

London Perl Workshop

Shiny New Toys at the London Perl Workshop, Nov 25th

by London Perl Workshop

Are you still in doubt about attending London Perl Workshop? Read this summary of the event & you will be convinced that you should attend it.

The Great London Perl Bake Off

by Neil Bowers (NEILB)

Do you know how to bake? Are you going to attend London Perl Workshop? If yes, then you might be able to help Neil.

London Perl Workshop 2017 - Curtain Raiser

by Mohammad Sajid Anwar (MANWAR)

Mohammad S Anwar wrote about his experience as a speaker last year at LPW & his future plans regarding LPW this year.

Blog posts about events

YAPC::Russia 2017

by Viacheslav Tykhanovskyi (VTI)

Viacheslav shared his experience at YAPC::Russia, 2017.

London.PM at a glance

by Mohammad Sajid Anwar (MANWAR)

Mohammad shared his experience at meeting ("PM" stands for "Perl Mongers").

Not Perl, but Relevant


Episode 13: Interview with Damian Conway, designer of Perl 6 programming language

by Pramod Shashidhara

Pramod interviewed Damian Conway. Interview is available as an audio and transcript, both.

The corner of Gabor

A couple of entries sneaked in by Gabor.

Perl Jobs by Perl Careers

Looking for your first real programming job? Junior role for a hobbyist PHP or JavaScript developer interested in Perl

Are you a graduate or school-leaver with some programming knowledge, who wants to take their first step into a programming career? My Oxford-based client are a very successful SaaS business willing to take on and mentor promising junior programmers whose programming experience has so far just been a hobby or a programming bootcamp.

Perl Mongers of Wimbledon Common Are We - Perl Developer wanted in Wimbledon

Back in the day, the Wombles of Wimbledon collected rubbish. Nowadays, since the advent of motorised road sweepers, they’d be in need of a new profession. Perl Developer, perhaps? Our client is based in the heart of Wimbledon, under a mile away from the Common where the Wombles famously made their home.

Perl Developer who wants to learn Scala and NodeJS - West London

Love Perl but want to skill-up on another stack at your employer’s expense? Client is a major and dynamics UK company with a large (and pretty Modern) Perl codebase who have started extended their technical stack to include Scala and NodeJS.

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