GraphViz2 V 2.01 is now on CPAN. The 2 changes (all noted in the CHANGES file) are:
Demos of using non-ASCII chars in node and edge labels. See scripts/utf8.pl and scripts/utf8.test.pl. Sample output is at the end of the demo page. Scroll w-a-y down.
The API for GraphViz2::Parse::ISA has changed significantly, to support putting several class hierarchies on the same graph. Sample output is on the page above. Just search for
Set::Array V 0.24 is now in CPAN.
I hate to do it but I've coded a kludge in Set::Array to stop segfaults with Want V 0.20 when using sub difference(), which can also be triggered by using '-' between sets.
Updated docs discuss this issue, and offer 3 ways to code diffs which return the expected result.
BTW, if you’re a Perl programmer and you’ve been jealous of all the cool kids and node.js, AnyEvent is how you do node.js-style programming in Perl.
UPDATE: this is a better example.
Doug Wilson gist of HTTP async with Mojo::IOLoop. On my test system, this now runs slightly faster than the AnyEvent::HTTP solutions.
Below is *a* solution using Mojolicous. I am sure there are other frameworks that can do the same thing. Benchmarks showed that the AnyEvent program is faster anywhere from fractions of a ms to one entire second depending on the iteration. In this simple case, AnyEvent::HTTP may be the correct solution, however I think as part of a larger project you are still better off going with an async web framework like Mojolicious.
It’s the first Tuesday of the month, so that means it’s YAPC::NA Planning Meeting time. If you’re in the Madison area, or don’t mind a drive there is a YAPC planning meeting tonight at the Essen Haus at 7pm. As always the food and beer are sponsored by Plain Black, and the room is sponsored by Essen Haus.
We’ve got a lot to discuss so the meeting will probably last until around 9pm, but you’re free to come and go as you please.
[From the YAPC::NA Blog.]
Ah, yeah, I didn't say anything yet about I'm not with Booking.com anymore since this year. I would like to thank them for sponsoring YAPC::Europe in Riga last summer but now I'm going to move further and being an employee of that company would only stop my passion, ideas and desires. I wish I would not meet all the weird corporate issues anymore.
It is time to talk about Booking.com. I hear many people ask about us and guess what it is like. I hear lies. I hear truths. No one will really tell you. I will tell you and I wish be fair. Booking.com may be very good for you, but you need to know before you take job if you want it. Booking will tell you the good stuff, not bad stuff.
I will not mention names. I don't want to cause people trouble, but I see good people being pushed out door. This makes me sad because there is no hope of getting better. First, I talk about code.
Before I talk about code: remember that Booking has become the number one in what they do. They are making piles of money and are still growing fast. They are doing something right. I will sound upset about some of this, but some of what they do is good. They are very smart people.
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[From the YAPC::NA Blog.]
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