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Sergey

  • Commented on Perl Startups: Lacuna Expanse
    Phil, users probably runs JavaScript in browser, not 'native' Perl client....
  • Commented on Notify Your Android?
    Why use their service - not Google Cloud Messaging directly?...
  • Commented on A Simple Plack/DBI Example
    So if table cannot be created (lack of free space) - it will loop forever? Why eval{} if you don't use RaiseError ?...
  • Commented on My hiring principles
    So on YAPC::Europe 2013 Larry will be very popular person to take picture with :)...
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  • Toby Inkster commented on A Simple Plack/DBI Example

    Not forever. Until somebody provides some free space. :-)

  • Chisel commented on Notify Your Android?

    Mostly because I wasn't aware it existed. Still, I think it's nice to have the module updated and functioning again for those that want to experiment with Perl and the NMA site/app.

    I'll have a look at the cloud messaging soon - sounds interesting.

  • Chisel commented on Notify Your Android?

    Having a quick exploratory skim, isn't Notify My Android a generic implementation of all the pain I'd need to go through to send notifications to an android device?

    I'm not writing device/android applications that want to display a notification, I want 'something' that can trigger a notification on my devices.

    With NMA, I can set up rules (in gmail) to forward specific messages to an NMA address linked to my account there, and I get a notification on my phone. Yes, I'll see the email eventually, but there are some things that I'd like to be made aware of more quickly.

  • djzort.myopenid.com 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.

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