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  • Commented on Perl Startups: Recollect.net
    Judging by the job ads, Broadbean are also a modern perl shop....
  • Commented on Perl Startups: Recollect.net
    http://www.sitesuite.com.au/ are another perl company here in Australia. They may be past the 'start-up' stage, though they arent public or anything......
  • Commented on Perl Startups: Lacuna Expanse
    @Ovid either website, they are both the same company. Just go with mob-labs.com I guess, email robman AT....
  • Commented on POP3 with TLS in Perl
    On the topic of pop3, ssl and perl; 'swaks' is a great pop3 debugging tool written in perl. apt-get it....
  • Commented on Please Publish Perl Events on the LWN.net Calendar
    'act' could also be set up to talk to twitter, and have a wide range of well known sites to tweet updates at....
  • Commented on Please Publish Perl Events on the LWN.net Calendar
    If these sites have API's, can 'act' be enhanced to push out the notices automatically? (http://act.mongueurs.net/)...
  • Commented on Response to an Anonymous Critic
    This is fun, so to spice it up a bit I am going to suggest people use Gantry/BigTop which is on CPAN and uses many dependencies. http://www.usegantry.org/ The author even wrote a book for it, http://www.lulu.com/shop/phil-crow/building-web-applications-with-gantry-and-bigtop/ebook/product-18811773.html...
  • Commented on Why I'm considering dropping Perlmonks
    Putting aside the comic (which is no doubt someone will find offensive, but is really quite tame compared to many of the cartoons on the Comedy Channel) Lets work like engineers lets try to examine a root cause. Then from...
  • Commented on Agile Companies?
    Look up 3M or Toyota. Specifically everything both those companies do....
  • Commented on Several rants
    This is a great example of the conflicting views on tolerance and liberty :) "Fork" and "pull request" are very helpful. Even just having a good attempt to add the feature and sending a pull request will often inspire the...
  • Commented on Revitalizing LinkedIn's Advanced Perl Users Group
    Noting that Ron is a fellow Australian, my experience is that IT recruiters here are all using LinkedIn now. I am still getting the level of unsolicited offers that i claim in the below link. Saying that - if your...
  • Commented on Having fun with some modern web technologies
    404 on the ‘deploy’ link…....
  • Commented on Comparing YUI - Dojo - Ext JS - jQuery
    ExtJS is pretty funky and looks pretty by lacks documentation big time. Have you looked at mootools ? Wikipedia claims its the second most popular only, and i was able to whip up some fancy effects with less pain (and...
  • Commented on How to reach recruiters?
    No mention of linkedin? Here in Australia its well worth your time to join it. But you cant just create an account and start getting weekly phone calls. fill out the whole profile, but dont add details like age, gender,...
  • Commented on A distributed design challenge
    my 2-5c Assuming the servers are physical servers, you could move the clocking source off of the motherboard clocks and on to a single external clock for all the servers. This would be connected via serial (Symmetricom makes such a...
  • Commented on Data::Dump::Color (proof of concept)
    perhaps someone needs to get inside Data::Dumper and add plugin hooks?...
  • Commented on On unsupported modules and RT tickets (#2)
    Perhaps an unscientific study in to how authors are using RT, and how the work flow can be made more appealing? Can the author interact entirely via email (sparing her from going to the RT website), i love bugtrackers that...
  • Commented on Plain Black is Hiring
    Its great to see companies still hiring, despite the best efforts of governments to crush free enterprise....
  • Commented on Perl tutorials suck (and cause serious damage)
    A library donation program could be another funded program? That said, here in Australia most public libraries don't include computing books any more as they suffer an 80%+ theft rate and are outdated too quickly for their cost. When i...
  • Commented on Perl tutorials suck (and cause serious damage)
    I 100% agree that there are good tutorials out there and that they arent coming to the top of the list. Can i therefore propose three courses of action (i use learn.perl.org as the perl foundation sanctioned site for learning...
  • Commented on New Beginning Perl book
    RHEL6 has perl 5.10 - which will mean a less prehistoric version of perl will soon start emerging. Also, if you pay for RHEL (as my company does) you should also raise tickets over and over asking for up to...
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  • reneeb commented on Please Publish Perl Events on the LWN.net Calendar

    Gabor, I would prefer to use existing ressources. BooK created a repository for the conferences/workshop/hackathon data: https://github.com/yapceurope/perl-events

  • Gabor Szabo commented on Please Publish Perl Events on the LWN.net Calendar

    Renee, actually that perl-events yaml file looks like what I wanted to have.

  • Mike B commented on POP3 with TLS in Perl

    Thanks for the pointer. Looking at it, it seems for SMTP rather than POP3; still might come in handy some day. I'm saving the link!

  • marcoonroad commented on Response to an Anonymous Critic

    Sorry for my bad english, Perl Hackers, I has (near) 6 months with Perl, I has come from PHP, Python and Ruby languages, so, Perl is Uglyness than all? No, may be, or not, (Uglyness for me is bad structured and modularized code) but Perl is so far the most flexible language that I learn. I still study Software Engineering course based (with small things about Computer Science) here in the Brazil. My Intro to Development Web teacher was working with Perl in the 90’s years, but now he is work with C# (He was work with too, before, Assembly, Fortran, Cobol, C, etc…, good people).…

  • marcoonroad commented on Response to an Anonymous Critic

    Oh Sawyer X, i like so much your Dancer presentation for Python Programmers, thanks.

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