Category Archives: perl

Easy PSGI

When I write replies to questions on StackOverflow and places like that recommending that people abandon CGI programs in favour of something that uses PSGI, I often get some push-back …

Easy PSGI

When I write replies to questions on StackOverflow and places like that recommending that people abandon CGI programs in favour of something that uses PSGI, I often get some push-back …

London Perl Workshop Review

(Photo by Mark Keating) Last Saturday was the annual London Perl Workshop. And, as always, it was a great opportunity to soak up the generosity, good humour and all-round-awesomeness of …

The Long Death of CGI.pm

CGI.pm has been removed from the core Perl distribution. From 5.22, it is no longer included in a standard Perl installation. There are good technical reasons for this. CGI is …

LPW Slides

A more detailed write-up of the LPW will follow in the next few days. But in the meantime, here are the slides to the three talks I gave. Modern Web …

London Perl Workshop 2015

This time next week we will all be enjoying the London Perl Workshop. I thought it was worth looking at what the day has in store. As always (well, except …

Training Courses – More Details

Last week I mentioned the public training courses that I’ll be running in London next February. A couple of people got in touch and asked if I had more details …

Public Training in London – February 2016

For several years I’ve been running an annual set of public training courses in London in conjunction with FLOSS UK (formerly known as UKUUG). For various scheduling reasons, we didn’t …

Build RPMs of CPAN Modules

If you’ve been reading my blog for a while, you probably already know that I have an interest in building RPMs of CPAN modules. I run a small RPM repository …

The Joy of Prefetch

If you heard me speak at YAPC or you’ve had any kind of conversation with me over the last few weeks then it’s likely you’ve heard me mention the secret …