Arango::Tango Perl 5 Module

(cross posted from blogs.perl.org) I am planning on a new project, and a friend suggested me to look to Arango, as an alternative do Mongo, specially because it includes a graphs query language integrated. As I am not really used to Mongo at all, decided to give it a try. Unfortunately I did not find […]

The Moose Slippery – February PR Challenge

This February my Pull Request assignment on the CPAN Pull Request Challenge was Ovid’s Module, MooseX::Role::Strict. For me this was a big problem. First because it is about Moose (which I do not use) and then because it is about the Meta-Moose, the way Moose itself behaves. The idea of the module is to allow […]

Being a Dancer

(re-post from blogs.perl.org) For some time now, I am a Dancer contributor. It all started in the last Christmas (everything in the Perl community start or end at Christmas time), with Dancer Advent Calendar. Getting a little behind… I tried to learn to use Catalyst some time ago, reading a Packt Publishing book and found […]

Book Review: Modern Perl

I bought the Modern Perl book by chromatic. The title is inspiring. There is a lot of people writing Perl code as they were writing years ago. Although Perl still support those syntax and lack of strictness, there is a new trend on Perl code, and actual and future Perl developers should start learning it. […]

Hiding the bird’s guts

Probably this is a stupid rant/question. If so, please clarify me. I can live without the insults. Really :) OK, on to the relevant stuff. Twitter has a new OAuth authentication mechanism. To write an application able to post on twitter your application need to be registered and have a consumer key. That key is […]