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  • Commented on So I Guess I'm Back
    Welcome back :D! I evangelize Moops wherever I'm employed, so I am giddy to see you active again!...
  • Posted Deprecation is citizenship to Camspi

    Last year I attended the Programming the web with Dancer master class at YAPC::NA, taught by the awesome folks Sawyer X and Mickey. It was then I learned that

  • Commented on News flash (for me, anyway): git sub-modules - just don't
    I've never used git sub-modules before, but that blog post makes it sound icky. Any time I've had to share Perl code between repositories, I've been an advocate of: 1) putting the shared code in it's own repo, 2) packaging...
  • Commented on New Dancer2 releases: 0.162000 ... 0.166000!
    I just uploaded Dancer2::Plugin::ParamKeywords with a deprecation notice now that the new Hash::MultiValue keywords are out in the wild. Thank you so much Sawyer X, et al., for all of these great improvements!...
  • Posted Dancer2 Named Route Parameters to Camspi

    If you're familiar with Dancer2 (my favorite Perl web framework to date), you know how amazingly easy it is to develop self-describing routes for your web application.

    Let's say you have a Dancer2 app that allows your users to manage their p…

  • Posted Why I donated to the Perl QA Hackathon to Camspi

    It's great when organizations with (marketing? public relations? good will?) budgets authorize financial backing of events like the Perl QA Hackathon. Donations to these kinds of…

  • Posted eMortgage Logic is Hiring! to Camspi

    eMortgage Logic, an Assurant Company, is looking for Senior Perl Web Application Developers. Our offices are located in North Richland Hills (Dallas-Fort Worth Metroplex) AND we are open to remote positions…

  • Posted Fun with overload to Camspi

    Spoiler alert: If you are participating in the DFW.pm February thought exercise, this post is about my solution :)

    DFW.pm challenged …

  • Commented on Hire Good Developers
    I think that's really good advice all the way around. Interviews are as much for the benefit of job seekers as they are employers. :)...
  • Posted Hire Good Developers to Camspi

    My company is dusting off some job descriptions and considering expanding our team, which got me thinking of a blog post I’ve been meaning to write. Hiring developers can be tricky business, so I wanted to share some practices that have both worked well for me as a candidate and hiring…

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