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Mohammad S Anwar

  • Website: www.manwar.org/
  • About: CPAN Author & Contributor. Co-editor of PerlWeekly newsletter. Write article for http://perl.com, Father of 3 angels. Indian by birth, British by choice.
  • Posted Monthly Report - May to Mohammad S Anwar

    It was the month of Ramadan (Fasting) for us. As always, I was low in energy through out the month. Having said that "Perl Weekly Challenge" kept me g…

  • Posted Map::Tube v3.62 - UPDATE to Mohammad S Anwar

    One thing about Map::Tube that kept annoying me for long time, is not able to format the result of search without bending the back. Let me share the details what I am talking about. Earlier, before v3.62, this is what you would had to do to…

  • Posted Daily CPAN upload chain broke, again !!! to Mohammad S Anwar

    Yesterday was the saddest day for me as the daily CPAN upload chain was broken again. It reminded me of the day when it happened last time when I was on 1027 days. It was the first day of my holiday in India. It was easier to cope with the heartbreak that time as I was with my…

  • Posted Monthly Report - April to Mohammad S Anwar

    Last month was mostly dedicated to the "Perl Weekly Challenge". It took most of my spare time and because of that I had to delay my other pet project "London Hack Day". I promise t…

  • Commented on Perl Weekly Challenge: Week 4
    Thanks for participating the challenge....
  • Commented on Perl Weekly Challenge: Week 3
    Thanks Laurent for participating in the weekly challenge....
  • Posted Daily CPAN upload: 600 days to Mohammad S Anwar

    Today is a very special day for me, why? I have now completed 600th day daily upload to CPAN. So what is the big deal? Honestly speaking it is not. Having said that I enjoyed playing this CPAN Game and would like to continue as long as possible. Where did it all started? Well it was one of the

  • Commented on Perl Weekly Challenge, First Week
    Thanks Laurent for spreading the word....
  • Posted Monthly Report - March to Mohammad S Anwar

    March was really busy working on two of my pet projects i.e. "Perl Weekly Challenge" and "London Hack Day". Last couple of weeks spent mostly on setting up web portal for "Pe…

  • Commented on Announcing the Perl Toolchain Summit 2019
    Good luck Team !!!...
  • Commented on Data analysis and visualization in Perl
    Commendable job....
  • Posted Perl Weekly Challenge - FAQ to Mohammad S Anwar

    Here I compiled the questions that have been asked by people on Twitter and by email. If I missed anything then please correct me. I will put this FAQ on the official online portal with the launch.

    Q) When is the launch date for the "Perl Weekly Challenge"?
    A) It is …

  • Posted My Twin Projects to Mohammad S Anwar


    Perl Weekly Challenge

    I have created dedicated email account for the g…

  • Posted London.pm - First Tech Meet of the year 2019 to Mohammad S Anwar

    Last Thursday, 28th February 2019, London Perl Mongers group organised first Tech Meet of the year 2019. Thanks to Zoopla for giving us space to hold the meet. Also for Pizzas and drinks.

    In the past, I never mad…

  • Posted Monthly Report - February to Mohammad S Anwar

    February had been much better than January in many ways. First, I didn't get any cold or flu and second I finally got my hand dirty for the first time with Perl 6. For me it is a big thing, I have been planning to …

  • Commented on Perl Weekly Challenge
    Hi Om, welcome to the team. you are 6th person in the team so far. I will share further details once we have at least 10 people. Please drop me a line at mohammad.anwar@yahoo.com....
  • Posted Hello Perl6 to Mohammad S Anwar

    Ever since I received "Think Perl 6" book as a gift by Neil Bowers at the London Perl Workshop 2017, I have been planning to start learning Perl6 without any luck. I can think of many reasons why. One of the reasons was my confusion where to…

  • Posted Perl Weekly Challenge to Mohammad S Anwar

    Taking clue from Gabor Szabo, the Chief Editor of PerlWeekly newsletter, when he tweeted last week and asked his followers what they would like to read in the next edition of PerlWeekly newsletter.

    ="http://blogs.perl.org/users/…

  • Commented on About the Various PANs
    Thanks for the blog, Olaf. It would be great if you could please write some more....
  • Commented on Pull Request Tracker
    Thanks Steve for your kind words. It means a lot to me and helps me keep going....
  • Posted Pull Request Tracker to Mohammad S Anwar

    Ever since, I submitted the 1500th Pull Request at the end of last year, I have been thinking of doing some kind of data analysis. I love playing with data as it can tell you something interesting every time you poke. I had s…

  • Posted Monthly Report - January to Mohammad S Anwar

    My start of the year 2019 wasn't very good. I welcome the new year with Flu, suffered till nearly the end of the month. One thing I missed last month was "Pull Request Challenge". No more email from Neil Bowers with rand…

  • Posted Top 15 Achievements in the year 2018 to Mohammad S Anwar

    1) German Perl Workshop 2018

    For the first time ever, I attended any Perl Workshop other than London Perl Workshop. I submitted 2 talks for the event and they both were accep…

  • Posted Monthly Report - December to Mohammad S Anwar

    Happy new year to my fellow hackers. As you all know, December is always known for "24 Pull Request" and "Advent Calendars" mostly but I would like to dedicate it as "Farewell Month for Pull Request Challeng…

  • Posted Continued contribution to CPAN ecosystem: secret? to Mohammad S Anwar

    Here are the real people who accepted my contributions and motivated me to carry on. I have compiled some really nice comments to help me when ever I feel low.

    Distribution: Mojolicious::Plugin::NoReferrer
    Author:…

  • Posted Monthly Report - November to Mohammad S Anwar

    I would like to dedicate November 2018 to the London Perl Workshop 2018. The main focus was LPW, being member of LPW Organizers. Lots of preparation went in the background to make it such a successful ev…

  • Posted London Perl Workshop 2018 - Report to Mohammad S Anwar

    The night before the event was a tensed night for me as I was still working on my slides. Around 5 am, I got all slides ready and it was time to get ready for the event.

  • Posted Monthly Report - October to Mohammad S Anwar

    October belongs to Hacktoberfest technically. Most of my spare times dedicated to just one thing i.e. Hacktoberfest Challenge. However I still managed to continue daily upload to CPAN. Today is the 439th day of d…

  • Commented on Hacktoberfest: Thank You
    It is people like you that keeps me motivated all the time. Every now and then when I feel low, I get positive and encouraging response to my PR. Suddenly I am back in action like a little kid. So...
  • Posted Hacktoberfest: Thank You to Mohammad S Anwar

    I have just completed the marathon of submitting Pull Request as a part of Hacktoberfest Challenge 2018. For those, who don't know what I am talking about. Hacktoberfest Challenge is an annual event organised by Digita…

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  • Neil Bowers commented on Announcing the Perl Toolchain Summit 2019

    Thanks Mohammad!

  • Stephan Loyd commented on Data analysis and visualization in Perl

    Cairo itself relatively low level. In R's implementaion there are multiple layers between the high level of ggplot2 and R's base graphics api, the latter is similar to Cairo. There are quite a lot implementation details there. For someone familiar with both Perl and R (like me), and based on my existing work of Graphics::Grid, it could still take 6~12 months to port all that from R to Perl in spare time.

  • Yuki Kimoto commented on Data analysis and visualization in Perl

    I think one of Perl lacks is Perl/XS graphic library which can create 2D/3D chart easily.

    If installation become easy and perfomrance of chart creating is improved as same as R language, it become more attractive for me.


  • Yuki Kimoto commented on Announcing the Perl Toolchain Summit 2019

    Thank you for your reply.

    I wail for planning and blogging (^

  • Stephan Loyd commented on Data analysis and visualization in Perl

    IMO both a Perl/XS graphics backend and the plotlyjs backend have their merits: a Perl/XS backend would be performant in terms of exporting static images, while the plotlyjs backend best suites a web-based environment like Jupyter Notebook. At this stage I have no plan to write a Perl/XS graphics backend. I would rather invest in getting my stuffs, this data frame and ggplot libraries, to better work with Devel::IPerl in Jupyter Notebook.

    btw, I released new Alt::Date::Frame::ButMore and Chart::GGPlot the other day. There're some performance improvements.

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