Yesterday at YAPC Europe I gave a talk called “Error(s) Free Programming”. The slides are below, but it might make more sense once the video is online. Error(s) Free Programming from Dave Cross The talk is about Damian Conway’s module Lingua::EN::Inflexion and how it makes programmers’ lives easier. As part of the talk, I invented… Continue reading DamianWare
For many years (since the end of 2007, apparently) I’ve been uploading the slides from my talks and training courses to Slideshare. This morning I got an email from them, telling me that they had made their analytics pages freely available. I don’t know if this is a permanent change or a special offer, but… Continue reading Slideshare Stats
Github, Travis-CI and Perl
Last night we held a London Perl Mongers Technical Meeting. It was organised by Sue Spence and the venue was sponsored by Rick Deller of Eligo. Much fun was had and much knowledge was imparted. Alex Balhatchet spoke about Test::Kit. Andrew Solomon talked about training people in Perl. Thomas Klausner introduced OX and AngularJS. And… Continue reading Github, Travis-CI and Perl
Talks from Kiev
It has only been a few weeks since YAPC::Europe in Kiev and already all of the videos are available on YouTube. Here are the recordings of my three talks. On the first day I spoke about “25 Years of Perl”. Later that day I was one of the lightning talk speakers. My talk starts at… Continue reading Talks from Kiev
Blogging By Proxy
I’ve been too busy to write anything here for a while, but here’s the next best thing. A few months ago I gave a talk on Unicode Best Practices to the Perl team at Net-A-Porter. And now Adam Taylor has written up that talk on their new technical blog.