Don Vito Perleone
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- About: I blog about Perl.
Posted Alpine Perl Stint, Part 2 of 2 to Don Vito Perleone
It's been over a week now since the Austrian Perl Workshop of 2014. It took place in Salzburg for the second consecutive year. On Thursday, the day before the conference started, Mozart's home town greeted the attendants with glorious summer weather…
Posted Alpine Perl Stint, Part 1 of 2 to Don Vito Perleone
The Alps, Western region. Northern Switzerland. Halfway between Zurich and Basel. Here you can find Olten, a nice little city which these last few days had an unusually high concentration of Perl aficionados roaming its streets. I'm talking about this year's Swiss Perl Workshop, the second…
Commented on YAPC::Europe Day 1
The "Welcome to " is not part of the talk name, it's just a fixed string on every talk detail page. Case in point: "Welcome to Welcome to YAPC", which is the only talk title really starting with "Welcome to":...
Posted 10 Years of Attending Perl Events to Don Vito Perleone
This year's German Perl Workshop (GPW 2013) in Berlin marks a 10 year timespan of me attending Perl events. Good enough of a topic for my first blog post here. It all started way back when in 2003, having just switched cities in pursuit of a new and fulfilling Perl job. By that time I already had…
Commented on Contribute to Perl by completing quests on Questhub
Great idea! The voting part seems to work quite well over at StackOverflow. I, for one, welcome a centralised place for worthy Perl quests....
Commented on "Что думает brian d foy про Perl 7?"
Bing offers a slight variation: Brian d foy thinks about Perl 7? Cročno rename Pearl deny in General immediately Wait a couple more years and renameStop talking about it...
a05bb829-932b-49f2-85a9-00dcda8b5e20 [openid.stackexchange.com] commented on
"Что думает brian d foy про Perl 7?"
Bing's translation of the question is closer to the truth. It should be “What does brian d foy think about Perl 7?” I leave translations of the answers to those who really understand Russian.
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