July 2013 Archives

TPF Grant Progress Report: July 2013

This past May, The Perl Foundation awarded a grant to fund development of a couple features in Pinto. Pinto is a robust tool for curating a private repository of CPAN modules, so you can build your application with the right modules every time. This is my first progress report on that work.

Development Tools-As-Services Are A Cash Crop

These days, lots of software development tools are turning into hosted services. GitHub and VCS hosting are the most obvious example, but there are others too. Most recently, I came across http://codeclimate.com which provides static analysis services for Ruby code. I think there are some great opportunities for an enterprising Perl developer to cash in here. Read on to learn more...

About Jeffrey Ryan Thalhammer

user-pic Hacker, speaker, author, dad.