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  • Posted Docker, Perl and GitHub to atoomic

    Why using Docker images?

    There are many reasons to use Docker Images, from setting up a development environment to pushing your code to production. The primary/first reason which pushes me to start using some Docker Images is "Continuous Integration".

    When maintaining a Perl pack…

  • Posted Using Perlbrew after macOS Mojave 10.14 update to atoomic

    I would like to share a minor fixup when using Perl with Perlbrew on MacOS.

    After updating to MacOS X Mojave... I was not able to compile any XS module.. or even reinstall a different version of Perl itself...

    Here one example output when trying to compile Clone for example

  • Posted Mocking -X File Checks using Overload::FileCheck to atoomic

    I wanted to share with you a new experimental project which could allow you to mock file tests also known as -X.

    All started while we initiate a larger discussion about testing, and decided to give a size to our unit tests. Using siz…

  • Posted Speedup Travis by tweaking your Dist::Zilla config to atoomic

    Dist::Zilla is a great tool... but its main weakness is nearly its main advantage...
    but on the other side, installing all the plugins and their dependencies is painful and can be very slow...


  • Posted blead Breaks CPAN a.k.a. BBC to atoomic

    Next week I will take part of the toolchain summit 2018 in Oslo, Norway.

    One recurring discussion during the last P…

  • Posted grep.metacpan @meta::hack 2017 to atoomic

    The MetaCPAN 2017 Hackathon, a.k.a. meta::hack v2, is the second dedicated MetaCPAN hackathon. This year the event was held in Chicago from November 16th to 19th, in server central office.

    I would like to give special thanks to all event sponsors:

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