Issue #370 - 2018-08-27 - TPCiG - Sweet Memory

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Last week belonged to The Perl Conference in Glasgow in general. There are many blog sharing the experience appeared in the last few days. I would like to mention one particular blog by a first timer, Sam Anderson. If you haven't read it by now then I would suggest you should read it now.

If you missed the event then don't worry you can still watch the videos available on youtube.

Day 1: cPanel Theatre, Pirum Theatre and Zoopla Theatre.

Day 2: cPanel Theatre, Pirum Theatre and Zoopla Theatre.

Day 3: cPanel Theatre, Pirum Theatre and Zoopla Theatre.

I would also like to remind everyone who attended The Perl Conference in Glasgow to submit the survey without any further delay. Look for email from Barbie in your inbox with the personalised link for the survey. It is important for the organiser to know what went wrong and what went well. At the same time, the speakers get to know if there is any scope for improvement.

Enjoy reading this week newsletter.

Mohammad Sajid Anwar


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How lazy am I?

by Olaf Alders (OALDERS)

Are you a lazy programmer? Olaf has an answer for you. If you want to know then please read his blog.

I love git log

Another blog showing the power of Git. I am always surprised by the hidden gem of Git.

Git commands to keep a fork up to date

by Phil Nash

Self explanatory blog showing how to keep a fork up to date.


Git::CPAN::Patch - Patch CPAN modules using Git

by Yanick Champoux (YANICK)

Yanick released new version fixing signatures in ::Command::Clone.


Securing your website in 4 minutes

by David Israwi

David explains the nitty gritty of how to.

3 Traits Young Professionals Need To Succeed In Life and Career

by Ramon Ray

A useful guide for any young professional.


msys2 is good environment to use Mojolicious in Windows

by Yuki Kimoto (KIMOTO)

Yuki showing why msys2 is good environment to use Mojolicious. It is written in Japanese, please use Google translator.


Marpa and combinator parsing 2

by Jeffrey Kegler (JKEGL)

Jeffrey second part of the series 'Marpa and combinator parsing'. A very detailed description and must read if you like the subject.

Perl Tutorial

A section for newbies and for people who need some refreshing of their Perl knowledge. If you have questions or suggestions about the articles, let me know and I'll try to make the necessary changes. The included articles are from the Perl Maven Tutorial and are part of the Perl Maven eBook.

Perl 6

2018.34 A Quick One From Tyndrum

by Elizabeth Mattijsen (ELIZABETH)


Python: The Programmer's Lingua Franca

ActiveState released the white paper on the subject. Download the paper and read it.

Weekly collections

The corner of Gabor

A couple of entries sneaked in by Gabor.

Jenkins Book

For free or for some coins.

Event reports

Perl is Perl

by JJ Merelo (JMERELO)

Brilliant take on The Perl Conference in Glasgow. Must read for everyone.

My First Perl Conference

by Simon Proctor

I had the pleasure to attend his talk. If you are new to Perl 6 then I recommend his talk.

RPerl at YAPC Europe - Day 1

by Hassiba 'Bennie' Bendali

RPerl representing first time at any Perl Conference and shares their experience.


Nordic Perl Workshop and MojoConf 2018

September 6-7, 2018, Oslo.

Swiss Perl Workshop

September 7-8, 2018 Bern.

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