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Uncovering the true "face" of Perl

Following on the last post about Prettier Perl Web sites and taking Sebastian Riedel's Don’t explain what you think would look better, just make a mockup and show us! challenge to heart, I spent some time looking at Perl's existing design patterns…

  • Wed Aug 12 12:00:00 2009
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Prettier Perl Web sites: Three arguments and three ideas

In doing a bit of background reading for this post, I stumbled on Sebastian Riedel's Perl Monk post from 2008 titled Prettier Perl websites. The discussion on that post is a fun read, as it highlights the polarization in the Perl community around Perl's (rather lousy) public image…

  • Sun Aug 2 20:12:00 2009
  • Rank: 100

Perceptions of Perl

Given the active conversation unfolding around the perceptions of Perl, I wanted to follow-up with what was originally part of my previous post on the Perl community's multiple personality problem…

  • Tue Jul 28 19:26:00 2009
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Is the Perl community schizophrenic?

Recently, I've been reading with great interest about the future of Perl, and -- more specifically -- about how the outside sees Perl and how Perl might need a director of marketing…

  • Sun Jul 26 21:52:00 2009
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Ten things to love (or hate) about Bricolage. Part II.

Okay, here we go -- because you've all been so anxious for it -- the second part of the infamous Ten things to love (or hate) about Bricolage. In this week's post I'll focus on the things that, as a Bricolage implementer (which I'll refer to here as a developer, not to be confused with a Bricolage hacker), you might love (or hate) about Bricolage, the open-source enterprise-class content management system (CMS) that is used at New Internationalist.…

  • Wed Jul 15 22:47:00 2009
  • Rank: 100

Ten things to love (or hate) about Bricolage

Behinds the scenes at www.newint.org and blog.newint.org is a tireless workhorse — a system that just keeps giving and giving — and that system is Bricolage…

  • Mon Jul 6 22:55:00 2009
  • Rank: 100

Exploring Perl web frameworks

A couple of years ago I started looking at options to deliver common “front end” functionality for sites using Bricolage, the content-management system that is used at New Internationalist Initially, what I had in mind to provide this front-end functionality was a “swarm” of micro-applications, where each little application provided one simple, specific, function, e.g., user registration, comments on content, voting and rating, sharing content, etc…

  • Mon May 4 18:07:00 2009
  • Rank: 100

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