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Week 88 #16

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@yanick

Probably going to add a few entries tomorrow, but here's already the base.

@szabgab
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Great!
I trust you will create an awesome title celebrating both Easter and 1/April

@yanick
@yanick

Aaand I think that should be it. If you don't mind adding the usual recurring Perl6 / overflow / MeteCPAN aggregations...

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+## Using SSL client certs with Perl’s LWP::UserAgent
+http://www.preshweb.co.uk/2013/03/using-ssl-client-certs-with-perls-lwpuseragent/
+2013-03-29
+SSL tends to make things... a trifle more complicated. David Precious explains
+how to make LWP::UserAgent play well with secure urls.
+
+## A Case for Tie::Array::CSV
+http://blogs.perl.org/users/joel_berger/2013/03/a-case-for-tiearraycsv.html
+2013-03-25
+Sometimes, your proudest achievement is the module that oozes out pizzazz like
+red dwarves pour out radiation. Sometimes, it's the little humble module that
+is just does the job with no fuss. Joel Berger professes his love for
+Tie::Array::CSV, which definitively belongs to the second category.
+
+## Building a static blog using Blio and Github
+http://perl5maven.com/building-a-static-blog-using-blio-and-github
+2013-03-28
+Gabor walks us through how one can set up a nice static blog using domm's Blio blogging engine.
+
+## Jeff Thalhammer interview on FLOSS Weekly
+http://twit.tv/show/floss-weekly/246
+2013-03-27
+Jeff Thalhammer talks about Pinto on FLOSS Weekly. 'nuff said.
+
+## Milla, a Dist::Zilla profile that doesn’t suck
+http://weblog.bulknews.net/post/46471116934/introducing-milla
+2013-03-27
+I once compared Dist::Zilla to the bat-mobile: very powerful, but a little
+daunting for the casual driver. miyagawa tries to address that with 'Milla',
+which tries to take care of most of the dzillish complexity for you.
+
+## How I've started managing GitHub pulls
+http://www.dagolden.com/index.php/2065/how-ive-started-managing-github-pulls
+2013-03-27
+David Golden shares with us some of the scripts and tricks he uses to
+facilitate the ebbs of pull requests.
+
+## I made a module!
+http://geekblog.oneandoneis2.org/index.php/2013/03/27/i-made-a-module
+2013-03-27
+Dominic Humphries narrates the birth of his first module, and shows us all how
+easily one can slip into CPAN authorhood (getting out, now, that's a totally different kettle of fish).
+
+## GitMinutes #01: Randal L. Schwartz on the Development of Git
+http://episodes.gitminutes.com/2013/03/gitminutes-01-randal-l-schwartz-on.html
+2013-03-25
+In this first broadcast of GitMinutes, Randal L. Schwartz talks about Git, Perl and, oh..., his favorite editor.
+
+## Gamifiy your command line with HabitRPG
+http://privacygeek.blogspot.com.au/2013/03/gamifiy-your-command-line-with-habitrpg.html
+2013-03-22
+HabitRPG is a todo / habit tracker application with a twist: it turns mundane
+activities into a fantasy RPG. Paul Fenwick, with his usual flare for the übernifty, wrote
+a Perl module -- and a command-line interface -- to interact with the system.
+Killing orcs, merging pull requests, it can all be part of your typical
+working days, now.
+
+## Why Perl’s conditional operator is right associative
+http://www.learning-perl.com/?p=372
+2013-03-27
+Don't know? Dont' worry: brian d foy explains.
+
+## Creating a matrix of random entries where lengths of the columns are also random
+http://blog.nu42.com/2013/03/creating-matrix-of-random-entries-where.html
+2013-03-26
+Sinan Ünür amuses himself and comes up with an elegant way of solving that
+problem.
+
+## The Little Script That Could
+http://blog.booking.com/the-little-script-that-could.html
+2013-03-26
+Giel Goudsmit reminisces about the last 10 years of Bookings.com, and how he
+saw it grow from its modest origins to the behemoth it is today.
+
+
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+ "subject" : "Bunnies, Fishies and Camels, oh My!",
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+ "text" : "How better to celebrate Easters than with a little Exodus? The centralized Perl svn repository site served us well for many years, but now it is time for it to bow down and vanishes into a well-deserved retirement. CPAN authors, take heed: April 27th is when the lights will go out.",
+ "url" : "http://log.perl.org/2013/03/svnperlorg-shutdown-in-one-month.html",
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+ "text" : "myagawa gleefully announces a toolchain milestone: the segregation of build and test dependencies is now truly grokked by all major players. ",
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+ "text" : "I once compared Dist::Zilla to the bat-mobile: very powerful, but a little daunting for the casual driver. miyagawa tries to address that with 'Milla', which tries to take care of most of the dzillish complexity for you. ",
+ "url" : "http://weblog.bulknews.net/post/46471116934/introducing-milla",
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+ "title" : "How I've started managing GitHub pulls",
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+ {
+ "link" : "",
+ "ts" : "2013.03.27",
+ "text" : "Dominic Humphries narrates the birth of his first module, and shows us all how easily one can slip into CPAN authorhood (getting out, now, that's a totally different kettle of fish). ",
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+ "link" : "",
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+ "title" : "Why Perl's conditional operator is right associative",
+ "tags" : []
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+ {
+ "link" : "",
+ "ts" : "2013.03.28",
+ "text" : "Gabor walks us through how one can set up a nice static blog using domm's Blio blogging engine. ",
+ "url" : "http://perl5maven.com/building-a-static-blog-using-blio-and-github",
+ "title" : "Building a static blog using Blio and Github",
+ "tags" : []
+ },
+ {
+ "link" : "",
+ "ts" : "2013.03.29",
+ "text" : "SSL tends to make things... a trifle more complicated. David Precious explains how to make LWP::UserAgent play well with secure urls. ",
+ "url" : "http://www.preshweb.co.uk/2013/03/using-ssl-client-certs-with-perls-lwpuseragent/",
+ "title" : "Using SSL client certs with Perl\u00e2\u0080\u0099s LWP::UserAgent",
+ "tags" : []
+ },
+ {
+ "link" : "",
+ "ts" : "2013.03.29",
+ "text" : "Ever got a mysterious error when calling Mojolicious's 'render_later' method? Max explains what it means. ",
+ "url" : "http://tong.ijenko.net/2013/03/mojolicous-render_later-and-weaken-transactions/",
+ "title" : "Mojolicous, render_later and weaken transactions",
+ "tags" : []
+ }
+ ]
+ },
+ {
+ "title" : "Fun",
+ "entries" : [
+ {
+ "link" : "",
+ "ts" : "2013.03.22",
+ "text" : "HabitRPG is a todo / habit tracker application with a twist: it turns mundane activities into a fantasy RPG. Paul Fenwick, with his usual flare for the \u00c3\u00bcbernifty, wrote a Perl module -- and a command-line interface -- to interact with the system. Killing orcs, merging pull requests, it can all be part of your typical working days, now. ",
+ "url" : "http://privacygeek.blogspot.com.au/2013/03/gamifiy-your-command-line-with-habitrpg.html",
+ "title" : "Gamifiy your command line with HabitRPG ",
+ "tags" : []
+ },
+ {
+ "link" : "",
+ "ts" : "2013.03.30",
+ "text" : "Perl packages have to end with a true value. Typically, that's '1'. But some authors get more... creative. domm sends his module hunting for those peculiar true values, and aggregates them for our viewing pleasure. ",
+ "url" : "http://domm.plix.at/perl/2013_03_acme_returnvalues_1_001.html",
+ "title" : "Acme::ReturnValue 1.001",
+ "tags" : []
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+ },
+ {
+ "title" : "Grants",
+ "entries" : [
+ ]
+ },
+ {
+ "title" : "Slides",
+ "entries" : [
+ ]
+ },
+ {
+ "title" : "Parrot",
+ "entries" : [
+ ]
+ },
+ {
+ "title" : "Broadcasts",
+ "entries" : [
+ {
+ "link" : "",
+ "ts" : "2013.03.25",
+ "text" : "In this first broadcast of GitMinutes, Randal L. Schwartz talks about Git, Perl and, oh..., his favorite editor. ",
+ "url" : "http://episodes.gitminutes.com/2013/03/gitminutes-01-randal-l-schwartz-on.html",
+ "title" : "GitMinutes #01: Randal L. Schwartz on the Development of Git ",
+ "tags" : []
+ },
+ {
+ "link" : "",
+ "ts" : "2013.03.27",
+ "text" : "Jeff Thalhammer talks about Pinto on FLOSS Weekly. 'nuff said. ",
+ "url" : "http://twit.tv/show/floss-weekly/246",
+ "title" : "Jeff Thalhammer interview on FLOSS Weekly",
+ "tags" : []
+ },
+ {
+ "link" : "",
+ "ts" : "2013.03.29",
+ "text" : "preaction shares the talk he gaves for Chicago.pm about dependency injection and his brand-new shiny Beam::Wire module. ",
+ "url" : "http://blogs.perl.org/users/preaction/2013/03/chicagopm---dependency-injection-also-beamwire.html",
+ "title" : "Chicago.PM - Dependency Injection (also: Beam::Wire)",
+ "tags" : []
+ }
+ ]
+ },
+ {
+ "title" : "Perl 6",
+ "entries" : [
+ ]
+ },
+ {
+ "title" : "Other",
+ "entries" : [
+ ]
+ },
+ {
+ "title" : "Training",
+ "entries" : [
+ ]
+ },
+ {
+ "title" : "Weekly collections",
+ "entries" : [
+ ]
+ },
+ {
+ "title" : "The self promotion section",
+ "entries" : [
+ ]
+ },
+ {
+ "title" : "Events",
+ "header" : "I usually list the next 3-4 events here. The list of all the events can be found <a href=http://perlweekly.com/events.html>on the web site</a>. If your Perl event is not listed there, please let me know.",
+ "entries" : [
+ ]
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