Articles in category "Perl"

 Do you need a complete CGI Web Hosting for less then 4 USD a month?
Most online business need to interact with their clients, take suggestions, feedback etc, and respond accordingly. Even social networking sites use complex CGI programming logic which will let the users of a website communicate with each other. Now, it is very obvious that such scripting cannot be done in plain and simple html. Therefore, we need...
Written by On on 02/28/09 at 12:41:09
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 Larry Wall Quotes
Doing linear scans over an associative array is like trying to club someone to death with a loaded Uzi. For me, writing is a love-hate relationship. Hubris itself will not let you be an artist. I am not a sort of person who wants to run a company. I still drive my 1977 Honda Accord. The paint is almost all worn off. It's still running. I...
Written by On on 01/14/09 at 18:59:29
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 Perl migrates to git versioning control system.
The Perl Foundation has announced at the http://use.perl.org website switching the version control systems to git. According to the announcement Perl 5 migration to git would allow the language development team to take advantage of git's extensive offline and distributed versioning support. Image Git is open source and readily available to all...
Written by On on 01/03/09 at 19:14:32
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 The Perl 5 developer team has announced the Perl Release 5.8.9
The Perl 5 developer team has announced the Perl Release 5.8.9, the ninth maintenance release of Perl 5.8. The CPAN ftp multiplexor will pick a mirror close to you, if you select either bz2 (11121414 bytes) or gz (13954888 bytes; or, you can choose your own from one of the 244 CPAN mirrors worldwide. Image 5.8.9 is a maintenance release for...
Written by On on 12/19/08 at 20:56:04
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 Download Mark Jason Dominus's Higher-Order Perl book from the author and for free!
About the book Higher-Order Perl is about functional programming techniques in Perl. It's about how to write functions that can modify and manufacture other functions. Why would you want to do that? Because that way your code is more flexible and more reusable. Instead of writing ten similar functions, you write a general pattern or...
Written by On on 12/13/08 at 20:42:12
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 Parrot 1.0 will be out in March 2009
At the first Parrot Developer Summit in Mountain View, CA, core Parrot developers got together and worked on the plan for Parrot language, including a release schedule for the next three years. This summary was posted by Allison Randal: - March 2009, 1.0, stable API for language developers - July 2009, 1.5, integration...
Written by On on 12/01/08 at 20:50:06
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 London Perl Workshop 29th. November
The Venue: The London Perl Workshop will be held at the Cavendish Street Campus of Westminster University right slap bang in the center of London in London's fashionable Fitzgrovia and within easy striking distance of several tube stations. The Campus is located to the West of the North end of Tottenham Court Road, just by...
Written by On on 11/26/08 at 17:33:06
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 WebAPP, Open Source, perl CMS has just reached the 6,000 registered user mark!
WebAPP has just reached the 6,000 registered usermark! WebAPP, Web Automated Perl Portal (multilingual CMS) continues to grow at a phenomenal rate and since the WebAPP V.1.0 SE release the WebAPP users community has nearly grown in an exponential rate! We owe it to all the 6,000+ sites of you for using the WebAPP script and for your codes...
Written by On on 02/23/08 at 13:44:29
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