Dave Cross on building TwittElection

2015-05-20 09:25:56 admin Guest blog posts News 3 Comments

Dave Cross has been using Perl since 1996. In 1998 he started the London Perl Mongers . He blogs about Perl at Perl Hacks and is @davorg on Twitter. In the UK we have just had a general election. Over the last few weeks many web sites have sprung up to share information about the campaign and to help people decide how to vote. I have set up my own site call ...

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brian d foy, About Perl for BuiltInPerl.com

One of my first CPAN modules was Business::ISBN , a module I made to solve a dirty data problem a publishing customer handed me. In their large Excel file representing their catalog of books, they knew they had a lot of bad data. It hadn't really mattered too much before they had a website because the editors and sales people knew what the data should be; the web not so much. Could I fix it? Although it mi ...

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Happy 20th, CPAN!

2015-08-20 13:48:27 admin News 0 Comments

The Comprehensive Perl Archive Network officially reached its 20th year of existence this August the 16th.  Initially designed as a medium to gather, mirror and disseminate open source Perl packages, CPAN gradually evolved into a community of professionals dealing with the development of better packaging and establishing module naming conventions. In its long and prosperous existence, CPAN managed to create an active community, both a pillar and an online library in the Perl un ...

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Engenuity Search released their mobile app

2015-09-07 13:09:00 admin Startups News 0 Comments

Daniel Gardiner from Engenuity Search got in touch with BuiltinPerl to share the joy & spread the word about their mobile app release. We couldn’t be happier to publish such news. App Search - You can now instantly find the best apps that people are recommending to their friends and followers for Android, iOS and Windows mobile devices. Click here to start your search. Blog Search - Google and Yahoo’s recent update to disco ...

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