Issue #392 - 2019-01-28 - Time to submit talk/workshop

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Hi there

Last one week, I have noticed surge in submitting talks/workshops to The Perl Conference in Riga. If you are planning to attend the conferencec then I would recommend submit a talk proposal as well. If you are into perl training, like Dave Cross, then why not even submit a workshop. There are already bunch of talks/workshops already submitted as I see listed here.

I have also submitted a talk proposal titled "CPAN Contributors - Do's and Dont's". Dave Cross has written a very nice blog about "Plans for Riga".

Last but not the least, Doug Bell, who took over the charge of "CPAN Testers" from Barbie, recently compiled a webpage listing all his work using the Mojolicious framework.

Have fun reading the newsletter and please don't forget to share with your friends.

Mohammad Sajid Anwar


Projects using Mojolicious

by Doug Bell (PREACTION)

Doug Bell created a web page listing his work based on Mojolicious framework. Highly recommended.

Plans for Riga

by Dave Cross (DAVECROSS)

Dave Cross shares his plans for Riga.

Writing Reusable Controllers

The article talks about the most mis-used feature 'Controllers' of Mojolicious.


bless is good parts of Perl language

by Yuki Kimoto (KIMOTO)

Yuki started very interesting discussion about the "bless" feature of perl. There are few interesting comments at the end. Must read for any perl lover.


LiteCLI - SQLite Client with Autocomplete

by Nikos Vaggalis

LiteCLI is a new open source command line client with many good features. Built in Python it is hosted on GitHub.


What’s imposter syndrome and how can you overcome it in 2019?

by Chloe Pearson

Chloe, from Eligo, talks about Imposter Syndrome and how to deal with it.

Perl and Hardware

Perl on Embedded Devices

by Jens Rehsack

The workshop is going to be conducted by Jens Rehsack. It is very popular workshop, if you are planning to attend then please book it as early as possible.



by Shlomi Fish

Another gem from our very own Shlomi Fish. You can use to ascertain that the test plan agrees with the Test::Count annotations.


A website for Yancy

by Doug Bell (PREACTION)

Doug Bell gave a talk "A website for Yancy" at Chicago Perl Mongers recently.

Perl 6

2019.03 YouTubed

by Elizabeth Mattijsen (ELIZABETH)

Weekly collections

The corner of Gabor

A couple of entries sneaked in by Gabor.


21st German Perl Workshop 2019

6th-8th March, 2019, in Munich

DC Baltimore Perl Workshop 2019

April 6th, 2019, Silver Spring, Maryland

European PerlCon 2019

August 7-9, 2019 Riga, Latvia

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