# Software Delivery

Software Delivery! I was just reading Matt Asay’s piece about Domino’s using open source to build out their multi-million dollar order fulfillment system. His take away quote got me thinking. There will still be a need for companies like SAP, of course, as there are broad industry needs that a company or open-source foundation can satisfy. ... Read more

# Perl Oasis 2010 Hotel Rates End

November 25th is the last day for the Perl Oasis special Group Rate. The rate is $75 USD / night for what according to other sources is a$135-\$150 / night hotel room. Perl Oasis is a one day workshop in Orlando Florida focusing on Modern Enlightened Perl. This year we have speakers from three continents, and the entire Perl spectrum speaking. ... Read more

# What Stops Me From Using Perl 6 Today

What Stops Me From Using Perl6 Today I have to confess mst asked me to step forward and make a comment about the Perl5 & Perl6. I suspect because I’m a prime example of a person who’s deeply involved in what masak calls the Perl5 story. This is because I’ve been bound up tightly with the Moose community for a while, and I’ve recently founde... Read more

# Accessors Whats In It For Me

Accessors, what’s in it for Me So there has been some discussion recently on various places I almost never go to on the internet. That has bled over into #moose-dev, the developer channel for Moose. The argument came up apparently that there’s no point to an accessor that is just a glorified wrapper around hash key assignment. The basic assump... Read more

# Everybody Wants Some Cpan

Everybody Wants Some … CPAN So the twitters were all a … well twitter … with the People want CPAN :-) thread. This had some amazing synchronicity with the Perl talks we gave at Big Lamp Camp in Nashville this weekend. The main thrust of Stevan and Cory’s talks were “It’s the CPAN stupid.” However reading through the Python thread I’ve seen som... Read more