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HTTP::Tiny now with cookies

In early March, the NY Perl Mongers hosted the first NY.pm hackathon in a space generously provided by the Rubenstein Technology Group. One of the projects I was pleased to see completed was adding cookie jar support to HTTP::Tiny. A few weeks prior, I had released HTTP::CookieJar in preparation. At the event, Edward Zborowski from […]

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My first week of Dancer, Xslate and Bootstrap

As I mentioned last week, I've started working with Dancer in earnest. This week, I climbed three learning curves at the same time: Dancer, Xslate and Bootstrap. Skeleton before template I started off with the incredibly-handy "Dancer Cowbell" template by A. Gordon, which is a complete skeleton app that brings together Dancer, Template::Toolkit, Bootstrap, and […]

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Wallflower no more

I've done a lot of things with Perl. I started with some log file analysis, went on to data munging and numerical analysis, learned to write modules, started contributing to the toolchain, packaged Strawberry Perl, got into CPAN Testers, and eventually started hacking on the Perl core. One thing I've never done much of is […]

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Plat_Forms 2011 contest needs perl web development teams

I saw this on #catalyst and was asked to repost it: From this post on the Catalyst mailing list: Hello Perl web programmers, The organisers of the Plat_Forms contest have published the call for application. See the announcement overview for why this contest is very important for the community as a whole. Perl's esteem is […]

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