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Gábor Szabó - גאבור סבו

  • Posted YAPC::EU - over 200 participants to Gábor Szabó - גאבור סבו

    YAPC::EU Granada has just passed 200 confirmed participants already passing two previous YAPC::EUs and there is still more than a month to go.

    YAPC::NA in Salt Lake City gained mo…

  • Posted Has YAPC::NA 2016 been announced? to Gábor Szabó - גאבור סבו

    I don't seem to remember any blog post here or on TPF. Has the location, time or the organizers of YAPC::NA been announced?

  • Posted Web application development course before YAPC::EU to Gábor Szabó - גאבור סבו

    Just a reminder that I am running a 2-days long course before YAPC::EU in Granada, Spain.

    In the course I am going to teach web application development using Perl Dancer and MongoDB in the back-end, and AngularJS in the front-end.

    Actually, …

  • Commented on blogs.perl.org... Perl's Death by 1,000 Cuts
    I understand it's very frustrating. My suggestion is to open your own blog. Preferably on your own domain. Even a static blog with Disqus as a commenting system would work. Once you have that and posted an article send a...
  • Posted Bounty for fixing CPAN modules to Gábor Szabó - גאבור סבו

    Yesterday I had this idea of creating a site where people and companies could offer bounties for fixing specific bugs in a piece of open source code. Then I ran a search and found Bountysource.
    I wonder, have you or the company where you…

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    • micheleberg commented on The Main Problem With CPAN Modules On Github

      Above, you describe syntax for pointing a cpanfile to git. The end of the line is cut off, unfortunately:
      requires "MyExperimental::Module" => "git://github.com/lestrrat/p5-MyExp

      Do you know if this still works for cpanm and/or Carton, and what the proper syntax is for it? cpanm keeps trying to read the url as a version number, no matter how I enter it.

    • quepadretanpadre commented on Using Padre for the first time

      i have version .94 that came with dwimperl
      for windows

      when i have multiple files open, and i close
      any one, padre closes altogether
      it's very annoying, and pretty much renders padre
      useless as far as i'm concerned.

      thank you for this website

    • Dave Cross commented on Introduce Perl tutorial site which write by google engineer

      Some problems I found in the first few paragraphs.

      Perl stands in for "Practical Extraction and Reporting Language"

      No. It doesn't.

      From the list of pros:

      Used in Web development for mostly Payment Gateways.

      What?

      From the list of cons:

      You need to refer to complex library modules which are not so easy to understand

      That might, in some cases, be true. But it's really not something you should be writing in a tutorial.

      From the section on installing/updating Perl on Lin…

    • Yuki Kimoto commented on Introduce Perl tutorial site which write by google engineer

      Dave Cross

      Thanks for comments.

      I don't promote this site. I only introduce this site.

      Maybe, I will introduce the entry which is written by Perl newbie.
      Quality is not problem. Internet have mixed good and bad sites.

      I only introduce the new content about Perl tutorial.

      If you have your favorite Perl tutorial site, I can introduce the site.
      If you feel injustice, I introduce your most recommended site.


    • Yuki Kimoto commented on Introduce Perl tutorial site which write by google engineer

      > Gábor

      >Or do you think that it is ok that they don't "use warnings", don't "use strict", use $a and $b in examples, write code like this:

      I feel it is not good and it is very old style.

      > I also got a spam message from them. I actually get one of those quite often. From 99guru and a few other "brand new Perl tutorial sites".

      I think it is good to increase Perl site.
      Most bad things is looking down, ignore, negative campaign to Perl.

      Low level content is not so bad. I'm glad to see new Perl content.

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