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Mohammad S Anwar

  • Website: www.manwar.org/
  • About: CPAN Author & Contributor. Co-editor of PerlWeekly newsletter. Write article for http://perl.com, Father of 3 angels. Indian by birth, British by choice.
  • Commented on Why May 2018 is so special?
    Thanks @preaction for appreciation. It means a lot to me....
  • Posted Why May 2018 is so special? to Mohammad S Anwar

    As we entered the sixth month of the year 2018. So what have I achieved in May 2018? In short, plenty. Let me share the details.

    May 2018 has been the best month so far in the year 2018. In this month, I submitted 60 Pull Requests. Only two occasions in the past where I ha…

  • Commented on Announcing The London Perl Workshop 2018
    I am sad not to see "Neil Bowers" part of the organising team. Hope to see him at the event....
  • Posted CPAN Pull Request: Mission (Im)possible 2018 to Mohammad S Anwar

    I remember the first distribution Plack::Middleware::Session, I received after joining the "Pull Request Challenge" by Neil Bowers in the January 2015. I was so nervous thinking about what to do with the distribution that I have never used before. I didn't want to embarrass myself in the very…

  • Commented on What after the Pull Request Challenge?
    Hi brian d foy, please do expect few PR from me since it is an open invite ;-)...
  • Commented on What after the Pull Request Challenge?
    Thanks @slu for sharing your concern. Yes, lets meet at Glasgow to think of the future of PRC with all like minded people....
  • Commented on What after the Pull Request Challenge?
    Hi Kivanc, Glad to know that you are working on the project. I am always up for any help you need. Looking forward to meet you at The Perl Conference, Glasgow....
  • Posted What after the Pull Request Challenge? to Mohammad S Anwar

    Ever since Neil Bowers decided he would stop the "PullRequest Challenge" at the end of the year 2018 in this blog, I have been thinking over time what next after. He even wrote a blog about his

  • Posted 20th German Perl Workshop - Report to Mohammad S Anwar

    First time ever attended Perl Workshop outside of London. The 20th German Perl Workshop was held in Gummersbach this year, 3rd-7th Apr.

    Day 1 (3rd Apr 2018)
    I reached Koln/Bonn airport around 6pm as expected time. I saw Roland, Andreas and one…

  • Posted London Perl Monger - Tech Meet #1 to Mohammad S Anwar

    Last Thursday, I attended the London Perl Mongers Tech Meet at the Zoopla. This was my second time attending tech meet. I must say this was better than the previous meet, in many ways. First there were more people this time than compare to the last one, I attended. Second, this time talk was more…

  • Commented on Guiding Fate
    @Saif, I noticed you released your work to public domain, congratulations. I wonder if you have any plan to share your code on GitHub. This would help others to contribute and make it even more useful....
  • Commented on Guiding Fate
    Welcome to the CPAN world, Saif. Please drop me a line, if you need any assistance....
  • Commented on Videos for London Perl Workshop 2017
    Good job team LPW....
  • Commented on Easily back up your Github repositories and/or issues
    I liked the idea. Not sure, if I ever use it though. I appreciate the amount of work goes behind it. Well done and keep supporting the community. One small suggestion, a personal one, you can ignore if you don't...
  • Posted Year 2017 - Annual Report to Mohammad S Anwar

    Looking back year 2017 brought many sweet moments, both at professional and personal front. On personal front, I have been blessed with twin girls, Aabia & Aania. Raising twins without family support is not easy for me and my wife. I am told to be prepared for more surprises.

    On profession…

  • Posted London Perl Workshop 2017 - Talks Review to Mohammad S Anwar

    About a week ago, I published London Perl Workshop 2017 - Report. In the previous blog, I didn't mention anything about the talks I attended. So this blog would focus more…

  • Posted London Perl Workshop 2017 - Report to Mohammad S Anwar

    I attended LPW 2017 on Saturday, 25th Nov 2017 at University of Westminster. It was such a great experience. I must admit, it was the best ever I attended so far. So all credit goes to the organizers and sponsors.

    This time, I was prepared to give my second talk at London Perl Workshop. Th…

  • Commented on London Perl Workshop - talk schedule
    Slight typo in the distribution name "Map::Tube"....
  • Posted PullRequest - Personal Milestone to Mohammad S Anwar

    On 16th Aug 2017, the CPAN day, I blogged about my plan for the day. In that blog, I also mentioned about my personal milestone, finishing maximum number of months in a calendar year…

  • Commented on Help CPAN Testers During meta::hack v2
    Is backpan.cpantesters.org down by any chance? Or has it been moved somewhere else? I can't find any update in this regard. Does anyone have any information?...
  • Posted What are you doing on 25th Nov 2017? to Mohammad S Anwar

    Why am I asking this? If you are not aware then I must tell you the much awaited London Perl Workshop is happening next Saturday, 25th Nov 2017. I am looking forward to the event. There are plenty of interesting talks arranged this time. Take a look at the list of

  • Commented on I want my, I want my Kwa-li-tee
    In case, one really wants to have Kwalitee approved stats, I would recommend [MinimumPerlFast]. I have recently started using it instead of [MinimumPerl]....
  • Posted London.PM at a glance to Mohammad S Anwar

    Last evening, I attended London.pm for the first time. I have been the member of London.pm for many years though but never got the time to attend one before. So what prompted me to attend yesterday? Two things, one Neil Bowers was listed as one of the speaker and second the reminder email about…

  • Posted London Perl Workshop 2017 - Curtain Raiser to Mohammad S Anwar

    It is Monday morning, not very popular day of the week. However, for one thing, I always look forward to it, the Perl Weekly newsletter. I will talk about it some other day as the reason for this blog is about the upcoming event London Perl Workshop 2017. As you all aware it is…

  • Posted Hacktoberfest 2017 - Report to Mohammad S Anwar

    One of my favourites annual event that I always look forward to is "Hacktoberfest". This was introduced to me by Neil Bowers in the year 2015. Since then I never missed once. It is so fun, if you are looking constantly for any low hanging issues to grab.…

  • Commented on London Perl Workshop: give a talk
    Looking forward to the event. I have already submitted my proposal, waiting for the response....
  • Posted Lets celebrate CPAN day in a special way to Mohammad S Anwar

    Finally the day arrived, I have been waiting for, since the reminder blog by Neil Bowers. It is like double celebration for me, as we celebrated 70th year of independence, yesterday i.e. 15th Aug.

    I was…

  • Posted Celebration of "Completing 1000th consecutive days releasing to CPAN". to Mohammad S Anwar

    Couple of things I would like to share with fellow Perl Hackers, last month when I posted a blog about completing 1000th consecutive days releasing to CPAN, I talked about releasing…

  • Commented on Challenge: At least one PR a day in a month
    Thanks Steve for accepting my PR and continued encouragement. I liked the idea, probably work on it near future....
  • Posted Challenge: At least one PR a day in a month to Mohammad S Anwar

    Since I started my journey of PullRequest, I always wanted to do at least one PR a day every month. I found it very tough and have only managed few times. To be precise 3 times in the year 2015 (Oct: 45, Nov: 31, Dec: 60). However the following year 2016 wasn't as good as expected, unfortunately.…

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