Issue #466 - 2020-06-29 - Is Perl 7 the future?

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The highlight of the recently concluded "Conference in the Cloud" is the announcement of "Perl 7" by Sawyer X. It is the best news that I have come across recently. Personally, I think it would help all Perl devs cheer up and something nice to talk about. It would be great if Cor makes it to "Perl 7" in time. I am very excited about "Perl 7" and looking forward to it.

With the announcement of Perl 7, came another announcement by brian d foy about his latest book "Preparing for Perl 7". I had the pleasure to read it first hand and I must confess that it is the best introduction to Perl 7. Thanks brian d foy.

I attended the "Conference in the Cloud" and I had mix feeling. There was time, I was very excited and there was time, I was not so excited. Overall, I would say it was a successfull online event with all the limitations. Having said it, I still prefer face-2-face conference. I hope and wish we get one soon. Happy to hear the announcement of German Perl Workshop 2021. I am keeping my fingers crossed for more such announcement.

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Mohammad S. Anwar


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Announcements

Announcing Perl 7

by brian d foy (BDFOY)

brain d foy announced his new shiny book Preparing for Perl 7.


Articles

Perl 7 Thoughts

by Toby Inkster (TOBYINK)

Toby shared his view with regard to prototype in Perl.

Perl 7, not quite getting better yet

by Leon Timmermans (LEONT)

Leon exhaustive view on recently announced Perl 7. Must Read.

The Perl 7 tl;dr

by brian d foy (BDFOY)

brian d foy shared the overview of Perl 7.


Web

skfold - getting started with simple files

by Flavio Poletti (POLETTIX)

Quick and short introduction to skfold by Flavio.

skfold - repeated files

by Flavio Poletti (POLETTIX)

In this blog, Flavio dealing issues with skfold.

skfold - one-off files

by Flavio Poletti (POLETTIX)

Flavio sharing tips to use dibs module.

Today I Learned: fatpack and PERL5LIB

by Flavio Poletti (POLETTIX)

Flavio shared the issue and fix using PERL5LIB.

Fatpacked skfold

by Flavio Poletti (POLETTIX)

Finally getting skfold fatpacked.

skfold - documentation

by Flavio Poletti (POLETTIX)

Deal with skfold documentation.


Perl Weekly Challenge

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Perl Weekly Challenge - 067

by Mohammad S. Anwar (MANWAR)

Don't miss the fun and try new challenges every week. For more information, please read FAQ page.

RECAP - Perl Weekly Challenge - 066

by Mohammad S. Anwar (MANWAR)

Recap of last week challenge. There are plenty of great solutions.

Dividing Powers with Raku

byArne Sommer

Arne is deal with Perl and Raku this time. It is always fun reading his blog.

Perl Weekly Challenge 66 solution

byBartosz Jarzyna

Bartosz shared detailed discussion of his contributions.

PERL WEEKLY CHALLENGE – 066

byJavier Luque

Javier continued fun with Perl and Raku.

Perl Weekly Challenge 66: Divide Integers and Power Integers

byLaurent Rosenfeld

Laurent shared his Raku magic one more time.

Perl Weekly Challenge 66

by Luca Ferrari

Luca always keep us posted about Coronavirus, his cat and eye. We wish him quick recovery.

BLOG: The Weekly Challenge #066

by Mohammad S. Anwar (MANWAR)

Catching up last week blog with Perl and Raku solutions.

Perl Weekly Challenge - 066 (Task #1: Perl)

by Mohammad S. Anwar (MANWAR)

Watch me solving "Divide Integers" task in Perl.

Perl Weekly Challenge - 067 (Task #2: Perl)

by Mohammad S. Anwar (MANWAR)

Watch me solving "Power Integers" task in Perl.

PERL WEEKLY CHALLENGE: WEEK 66

byShahed Nooshmand

Shahed continued to deal with weekly challenge with such an ease.


Rakudo

2020.25 On Time

byElizabeth Mattijsen (ELIZABETH)


Weekly collections

The corner of Gabor

A couple of entries sneaked in by Gabor.


Event reports

Perl Conference in the Cloud report

by Thomas Klausner (DOMM)

Domm report of Conference in the Cloud.


Events

Perl Jobs by Perl Careers

Greenery and Go-Karts and Golf, Oh My! Perl job in Malaysia

There are plenty of perks to living in a big city—the nightlife, tons of amenities, and transportation to get you from A to B—but big cities often mean concrete jungles without much green space. Not so in Cyberjaya; this tech-driven city has a huge park, and it’s situated right next to Putrajaya, which has parks, wetlands, and botanical gardens for all your greenspace needs.

Shopping, Skating, and Swimming – Is This Even Work? Perl developer in Dubai

You can work anywhere in the world, so why not work somewhere world-class? Where better to spend your days (and nights) than a rapidly growing city known for having the planet’s only 7-star hotel, the tallest building in the world, and a shopping mall to put all other malls to shame. Did we mention it’s beautiful all the time? Sun, sand, stunning blue water and you!

Why working as a Perl developer in Vienna is going to change your life

For many of our developers, 2020’s also been an exceptionally uncertain year. Lay-offs, furloughs, comapnies implementing strict cost-cutting measures. Wouldn’t it be nice to work for a company that’s actually been _growing_ during lockdown? Our client’s in a buouyant position, and they’re looking for someone like you to come and join them.

Goodbye, Winter Blues. Hello, 300 Days of Perl Sunshine! Perl developer job in Malta

Imagine a place known for its stunning Mediterranean coastline, famous for its festivals, and so welcoming that locals are often called “some of the nicest people in the world.” Now imagine that you can trade your current home base for one that’s chock-a-block with history, incredible cuisine, and postcard-worthy views around every corner.



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