I've uploaded some more slides, this time from my YAPC::NA masterclass, on how to prepare for and survive a technical interview. They are somewhat Perl-related, but most of the content should be as applicable for non-Perl interviews too.
Slides from my LPW talk are now online!
Today, from Freenode's #perl6:
01:41 zzzzzzzzzz> Is there no site that gives a current status of Perl6 work that a non-guru could follow? 01:42 zzzzzzzzzz> Most of the hits under https://duckduckgo.com/?q=current+state+of+Perl6 are ca. 2010 and even http://perl6.org/compilers/features is close to two months old. ... 01:47 zzzzzzzzzz> That's the impression I get but I have a hard time getting much farther than that. For example, "what exa…
I know what you're thinking. You're thinking: "What this world has too few of, is recruiters. The world definitely needs more recruiters". And given that shocking lack of people trying to get you a job, I've launched Perl Careers.
My eventual goal is to try and do something like O'Reilly did back in the day - divert a significant portion of profits back in to the community via paying for high-quality Perl content/articles, sponsorship of conferences, and sponsorship in to TPF and similar organisations. This is going to take me a while to ach…
Get a source tarball for libxml2-dev. On `apt` systems:
apt-get source libxml2-dev
Configure it to install locally, and then install it:
Ignoring all other options like LIBS, INC, and the rest of the stuff that's kindly recommended, you only care about showing Makefile.PL where to find xml2config:
perl Makefile.PL XMLPREFIX=~/perl5/alien/
And then it should cleanly make.
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