June 2016 Archives

The Fifth Element (of YAPC)

This year I attended my fifth YAPC and, as usual, I’ve decided to reflect a bit on the venue, the talks, and the general mood.  Since I just did a (roughly) half-post in my date module series, I figured I’d go ahead and do another (roughly) half-post this week instead of waiting for next week.

A Date with CPAN, Part 11: Sweet Release

[This is a post in my latest long-ass series.  You may want to begin at the beginning.  I do not promise that the next post in the series will be next week.  Just that I will eventually finish it, someday.  Unless I get hit by a bus.

IMPORTANT NOTE!  When I provide you links to code on GitHub, I’m giving you links to particular commits.  This allows me to show you the code as it was at the time the blog post was written and insures that the code references will make sense in the context of this post.  Just be aware that the latest version of the code may be very different.]


Last time I cleaned up most of the remaining CPAN Testers failures.  This time I’m getting ready for the first official release.  There isn’t a lot to talk about here, so this will be (uncharacteristically) a short entry in the series.

About Buddy Burden

user-pic 9 years in California, 20 years in Perl, 29 years in computers, 50 years in bare feet.