Monthly Report - August

The main activity for me last month was "The Perl Conference in Riga". It was my second European Perl Conference and the most memorable one. You can read my full report, if you are interested. During the conference, I got to meet, Heart & Soul of any Perl event, Liz & Wendy. It is embarrassing that I still don't know who's Liz and who's Wendy. One day, I will…

Perl Weekly Challenge - 6 months

Last time we presented you the success story of 3 months. It is now time to share 6 months story with you. I would like to take this opportunity to thank each and every contributors. I would also like to take a look what have we achieved in these 6 months.Here is the list of achievements

#1 Active bloggers

I would call this one of the biggest achievements that we have had 228 blogs in the last 6 months. On top this, w…

CPAN Game: 100+ days of daily CPAN upload

Yes, I am back again with another blog. I just need a reason to write about. This time, I am going to talk about one of the most fun game I am involved with for long time. In short, this game requires you to upload one distribution to CPAN every day. It sounds simple but it is far from simple.

Current Chains

All-time Chains

Screenshots taken from Neil Bowers personal ="http://neilb.org/cpan-regulars/index…

The PerlCon 2019 Riga - Report

Last week, I attended my second European Perl Conference in Riga (PerlCon). I was very lucky this time, I went alone for the Conference and arrived at the hotel a day before i.e. 6th August 2019.

At the airport, I met Mark Keating and his team waiting for their taxi to take recording kits. I booked my taxi and went to the hotel by myself. By the time, I reached hotel, it was 12 'o clock but the check-in time was 3 pm. I had to kill few hours before I could check-in. I saw Barbie and his team in the Lounge relaxing.…

Monthly Report - July

Last month I nearly broke one of my new year resolutions i.e submit 50+ PR every month in the year 2019. At the start of the last day of the month i.e. 31st July, I had 45 PR submitted and had 8 working hours to do the remaining 5 PR to reach the target. It was a working day, so finding time to do PR was even more difficult. Now a days, I found CPAN authors don't leave anything for me to do. Luckily by end of the day, I managed to reached the target. With this…