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  • Posted PRForge lightning talk slides from YAPC::EU 2013 to Tudor Constantin

    The supporting slides for the YAPC::EU lightning talk that I had in the first day of the conference are here:

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  • Commented on Almost a year of Perl news...
    Let us thank you for your sustained effort and devotion in providing us with the most relevant Perl related content :)...
  • Commented on Behavior Driven Development in Perl
    Hi Pete, I didn't quite went too deep into testing with your module, but I found what I was looking for already implemented. I wonder if there is some mechanism of re-using some scenarios, backgrounds, or steps. Al, that is...
  • Posted Behavior Driven Development in Perl to Tudor Constantin

    Testing is hard - not necessarily to do, but to start with - it is so hard, that yet I haven't started writing tests for my code and I considered this to be a handicap for me as a developer.

    I've heard about this Behavior Driven Development stuff ( BDD ) and I said to gi…

  • Commented on You're Wrong!
    How can someone be passionate about something and not being passionate in comments? If I get a comment as a personal attack I either retaliate, or ignore it. The secret is not to take it personally - I am sure...
  • Commented on Putting the ideas together, a hands on tutorial of modern Perl
    As much as I like to read Mithaldu's version, when I code I'd go for Jacinta's parenthesized version....
  • Posted Technical Debt Calculator to Tudor Constantin

    Recently I have read an article finding out that the cost of technical debt can be computed, so yesterday I've written an article to show the conclusions from that article. Main conclusion,

  • Commented on Perl Teasing Challenge
    Analytics are not intended to "spy on people". Not only they are not intended, but it is even prohibited by law to track individual person behavior. I am interested to see what people appreciate and are interested in, in order...
  • Commented on Perl Teasing Challenge
    You are right regarding the analytics - do you know if there is another way to see some basic statistics regarding article visualizations here on blogs.perl.org?...
  • Posted Perl Teasing Challenge to Tudor Constantin

    Feeling about Perl what I feel almost makes me scream at other developers things like "why the f*ck are you using X language and not Perl?".

  • Posted More Mojolicious + Bootstrap Awesomeness to Tudor Constantin
  • Commented on Best of two worlds - Drupal and Modern Perl happily married to build content driven web portal
    this sounds REALLY interesting - will you make the slides public?...
  • Commented on Mojolicious + Bootstrap = Awesome
    Also, at our first Cluj.PM meeting in 2nd of March, I held a presentation about Mojolicious with Bootstrap (my first public technical presentation). The slides are available here: http://www.slideshare.net/tudorconstantin/mojolicious-11749040 or here https://docs.google.com/presentation/d/1tXt46cV2YsFWJ64QVwuzw2XdagHZVF_RfGEk5z1xOfA/edit?pli=1#slide=id.p6 I hope those will help you starting a...
  • Commented on Mojolicious + Bootstrap = Awesome
    Great minds think alike. I already created a boilerplate for Mojolicious with Bootstrap 2.0: https://github.com/tudorconstantin/Mojolicious-Boilerplate Using this you get configurable menus based on user-type, in conf/config.yaml and also a system of sending notice/error/success messages straight into UI, as simple as...
  • Commented on Perl traps for Ruby Programmers
    Perl strings are strings, not array of chars like in Ruby. In order to process a string as an array of chars, one has to create a list from it: @array = split(//, $string); or @array = unpack("C*", $string);...
  • Commented on Perl traps for Python Programmers
    in perl any method can be an object constructor, not just __init__...
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  • tommolesworth.myopenid.com commented on Putting the ideas together, a hands on tutorial of modern Perl

    I'd agree with this - say and print are really functions of the I/O layer rather than anything to do with the string itself. Although it might be convenient to have $string->say, this seems to contravene the usual notions of encapsulation - you might get some disapproving comments in code review if you were to implement a $string->use_as_email_subject_and_send_to_everyone_in_my_contact_list method, for example =)

    I'm really not familiar with perl6 but split ' ' in perl5 also splits on any amount of whitespace characters (and strips preceeding/trail…

  • Nick Patch commented on Putting the ideas together, a hands on tutorial of modern Perl

    Yes, words in Perl 6 is equivalent to split ' ' in Perl 5. In Perl 6, ' ' is not a special pattern for split. In general, the language is much more predictable than it's predecessor, except for certain elements of the language like the ~~ (smartmatch) operator and the * (whatever) term. When you see those, expect some magic!

    Completely different say and print methods are provided for IO objects, which I think is a much better use of them than the ones on Str…

  • Sawyer X commented on You're Wrong!

    There's a major difference between telling someone they're wrong (or, hopefully, pointing at their mistake) and belittling someone.

    Too often we (and I say "we" because I include myself) belittle instead of helping someone learn.

    I sympathise with what JT is saying, and hopefully I'll be able to personally make that distinction even more in the future.

  • sshaw commented on Mojolicious + Bootstrap = Awesome

    Here’s a snippet to a helper that will render Bootstrap style (flash) notices:

    https://gist.github.com/2298052

  • Andrew Proper commented on Almost a year of Perl news...

    Gabor, I'm a subscriber and I greatly enjoy reading the Perl news every week. Thanks for your effort! It's helpful and informative.

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