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  • Commented on Why Perl Needs Screencasts
    brian: indeed mojocasts are really awesome....
  • Commented on Why Perl Needs Screencasts
    will send you an email shortly !...
  • Commented on Why Perl Needs Screencasts
    Hello John, yes feel free to drop me a line. Very interested in taking this forward :) Best Regards David...
  • Posted Why Perl Needs Screencasts to gurugeek

    gorilla_small.pngAfter our recent launch of a free perl hosting for dancer and other frameworks (feel free to try it out at

  • Commented on Free Perl Dancer Hosting at Dotgeek
    not sure about websockets but it wouldn't (at the moment) run the same way as running your own server in reverse proxy (e.g. starman). Apologizes if I can't be more precise but I do not know galileo. Of course I...
  • Commented on Free Perl Dancer Hosting at Dotgeek
    yes this is correct we use the standard Plack::Handler::Apache2 pre configured and running in each webspace...
  • Commented on Free Perl Dancer Hosting at Dotgeek
    Hello Joel, we deploy via Plack::Handler::Apache2 so mojolicious apps will work too - if you want to try just mention the blog on the "about you" field and I will approve it shortly ! Best Regards David...
  • Posted Free Perl Dancer Hosting at Dotgeek to gurugeek

    We are now offering free Perl Dancer hosting at http://1.ai we offer free hosting 512 MB of space + 512 MySQL database both in solid state drives. This is a totally free service with no paid plans or ads. You can see some sample hosted apps at

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  • Sawyer X commented on Why Perl Needs Screencasts

    As cool as Mojocasts are (and they definitely are), what you wrote implies that Dancer (or other frameworks) are not full production-quality products - but they are.

  • Sawyer X commented on Why Perl Needs Screencasts

    As for the blog post, I completely agree and it's incredible you're offering to help sponsor such work! I'm definitely in.

  • tempire commented on Why Perl Needs Screencasts

    My usage of "production-quality product", as quirky as that phrase is, refers to the presentation of the Mojocasts as a product (accessibility, ease of consumption, discoverability, etc), not their subject matter.

  • Sawyer X commented on Why Perl Needs Screencasts

    In that case my response is you're not just right about the general concept, but that the Mojocasts are a good example of that principle.

    Excuse my previous statement.

  • jillian commented on Why Perl Needs Screencasts

    I'd be interested in doing screencasts for catalyst. I don't know how to use dancer. Is that an option?

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