- Website: mj41.cz
- About: I blog about Perl.
Commented on Response to The Perl Jam 2
Yes, everybody should use static languages. For example Java. “… Going forward, developers should take this as an example of why it’s not safe to unserialize untrusted data. Unfortunately in the Java world, so much is built on the concept...
- Posted Create presentation programmatically with Presentation::Builder to mj41
Commented on Chicago.PM Report - Scripting Git With Perl
@BooK: My git-log parsing https://github.com/mj41/TapTinder/blob/master/lib/Git/Repository/LogRaw.pm...
Posted AI Challenge 2011 - Python, Ruby, PHP, Perl to mj41
The AI Challenge Fall 2011 (sponsored by Google) is all about creating a computer program (in any language) that controls a colony of ants which fight against other colonies for domination.
Commented on Unexpected PITA progress
My TapTinder ( https://github.com/mj41/TapTinder , http://tt.taptinder.org/ ) is related a bit, but also not as much progress as I wish....
Commented on Help newbies, your project and the community - README
I have some projects not available on CPAN yet: TapTinder - http://taptinder.org Continuous integration and automated testing tool for software engineering. Has been used to watch Parrot VM changes for a while. See http://tt.taptinder.org SysFink - http://code.google.com/p/sysfink/wiki/UserManual UNIX Security tool...
Adam Kennedy commented on
Help newbies, your project and the community - README
I would absolutely recommend Padre as your contribution project.
They can see the benefits of their work in their own editor, there will be an active IRC channel for them to visit while they work, and there's even crazy fun code like Swarm to muck around with (like stealing other people's code, or injecting file.exit commands directly into other people's editors) :)
We'd be glad to have them in the project.
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