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Salve J. Nilsen

  • Commented on Python is The New "Write-Only, Linenoise" Language
    Now, now, let's not go about bashing the pythonistas! They have still a gem of a language, perfectly cromulent for many things and with a long future in front of them! ;)...
  • Commented on Fluent interfaces in Perl 6
    How would you write Martin Fowler's JMock example (which you linked to) in Perl 6?...
  • Commented on We are all Perl's ambassadors...
    Ooh, correction to myself; CPANRatings is on github! https://github.com/perlorg/perlweb/tree/master/lib/CPANRatings :D...
  • Commented on We are all Perl's ambassadors...
    One obvious way to improve the situation is by letting CPANratings "time out", so old (and presumably fixed) comments get a reduced visibility. I think cpanratings.perl.org can be made into a much better resource than it is today, but this...
  • Posted CPAN Day 2014 in Oslo to Salve J. Nilsen

    Oslo Perl Mongers are organizing a CPAN Day event! \o/

    Tomorrow (Saturday August 16th 2014), we’ll be hanging out at the Hackeriet (Norwegian for “The Hackery”) hackerspace, helping anyone dropping by with CPAN and Perl issues they may h…

  • Commented on The 2013 White Camels
    Well done and kudos to the deserving winners! :D...
  • Commented on YAPC::Asia Tokyo 2013 is over
    Whoa, that's impressive. You guys rock! :)...
  • Commented on Once More Unto The Breach
    Thanks for taking another stab at this, Stevan. :)...
  • Commented on Unicode is 20++ years old and still a problem
    Maybe the guy who wrote the software hasn't bumped into your usage pattern? If you want to make him/her aware of what you found, try filing a bug report (with a failing test, if possible :). Also, it might be...
  • Commented on When to create a branch in Git?
    Also, "git rebase -i " ftw. :) It's *very* nice to be able to reorganize and squash several related commits to one. Makes the commit history so much easier to manage....
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