Posts Tagged ‘yanick’

Problems with in-memory buffers

Perl does lots of things that make life easier, from postfix conditional and looping constructs, to DWIM-infused language design. One of interesting things I discovered when learning to open a file was that Perl can treat a scalar as an in-memory file:

my $string = "many\nlines\nof\ntext";
open my $in, '<', \$string;
while (<$in>) { print }

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Tips & tricks from my 4 months at Pythian

After working with Yanick Champoux on a few little Perl projects here and there, we finally met face-to-face at YAPC::NA last summer. A few months later, when I was looking for a co-op position, I immediately thought of Pythian. (more…)

YAPC::NA days zero and one

I doubt my recounting will be anywhere near as colourful as Yanick's, but I think it's worthwhile to share my experiences at YAPC::NA 2011. (more…)