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Mike Doherty

  • Website: hashbang.ca
  • About: Well-rounded computer geek.
  • Commented on Perl vs Shell Scripts
    I also use Perl when I need to do anything more than the simplest command-line parsing. Getopt::Long just makes it too easy to give up....
  • Commented on Authors vs. Contributors
    You might also think about whether there is a difference between author and maintainer....
  • Commented on YAPC::NA Surveys - Please Submit Your Responses
    Do you send responses for talk evaluations to the speakers, or just lump it all into the survey reporting on http://yapc-surveys.org?...
  • Commented on Exciting updates to MetaCPAN
    Thanks for adding the ability to edit author profile data through the website itself. Does that deprecate the author json files on PAUSE?...
  • Commented on Rethinking smart matching
    chorny - I have the exact same use case :) I think removing the recursion is probably not a good idea. It isn't clear to me that doing so would actually simplify things from the user's perspective or fix any...
  • Commented on Perl code refactoring
    Maybe you're thinking of perltidy?...
  • Commented on Mojo ppl, what have you done?!
    I wonder if CPanel can do perlbrew......
  • Commented on Ouch - Exceptions that don't hurt.
    This is great - I've been looking something to easily make exception objects for a while now, and I haven't particularly liked what I've found. But I do agree that numerical codes are probably not that great. As a design...
  • Commented on Non-functional perl code testing - automated code review
    My pluginbundle only collects testing regimes for which there is already a Dist::Zilla testing plugin. It is probably worth writing new plugins for some of what's mentioned here and including them. Patches welcome :D...
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