Presentations for 2020
Except in the case of simple standalone scripts, Perl applications usually consist
of multiple modules and the
perl executable. In this discussion, we want
to cover some of the ways you can deploy a Perl application to any environment.
John Lightsey will present an early version of a talk he has scheduled for The Perl and Raku
Conference this year. The talk will cover using fuzzing in analysis of the Perl interpreter. If
you have interest in security, Perl, or fuzz testing, this will be the talk for you.
G. Wade Johnson
Making the best use of Perl includes understanding and using its data structures.
G. Wade Johnson will present the major Perl data structures, dipping slightly into
implementation, but focusing mostly on the effective use of those structures.
Julian Brown covers the basics of SQL in this fundamentals talk.
We'll hear from Evan Carroll about a project he's working on, and any other subjects
we think to discuss.
A group of us hang out on Zoom and talk about whatever comes to mind.
For this month's remote meeting, Todd Rinaldo will give a summary of where Perl stands today.
We'll go on from there to a more general discussion among the teams.
James Keenan gives an introduction to the upcoming Perl 7 release.
This is a chance to continue evolving Perl into the future, while providing
a point to disconnect from some legacy behavior.
Brett Estrade will tour the book Object Oriented Perl: A Comprehensive Guide to Concepts and Programming Techniques
by Damien Conway. The book shows the old approach to OO
Julian Brown will describe a Perl script he wrote that uses SendGrid to handle outgoing server email.
He'll cover the process, the script, and some DNS configuration.
Demystifying MOPs - a Crash Course in Metaprogramming
Evan describes a real-world scenario where he used the MOP to test an interface for third-party code.
Brett covers some process management in Perl, including <code>MCE</code> and