Matt's PSGI Archive

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The lightning talk I gave at the London Perl Workshop 2012.

The lightning talk I gave at the London Perl Workshop 2012.

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  • 1. Matts PSGIArchive
  • 2. Conference DrivenDevelopment
  • 3. Conference DrivenDevelopment
  • 4. Conference Driven Thinking
  • 5. I blame Leo
  • 6. London.pmTech Meet
  • 7. 14th August
  • 8. Talkingabout PSGI
  • 9. MentionedMatt Wright
  • 10. Somehistory
  • 11. 1995
  • 12. Matts Script Archive
  • 13. 2001
  • 14. Not Matts Scripts
  • 15. New versions ofMatts scripts
  • 16. Fewer Bugs
  • 17. FewerSecurity Holes
  • 18. Codingconstraints
  • 19. Targeting cheaphosting plans
  • 20. 1. No CPAN Modules
  • 21. 2. Perl5.004_04
  • 22. First version to include CGI.pm
  • 23. Interesting challenge
  • 24. “Interesting” challenge
  • 25. Notcompletelysatisfactory
  • 26. No Template Toolkit
  • 27. No Email::*
  • 28. Not bestpractice
  • 29. 2012
  • 30. NMS looksembarrassing
  • 31. Mojolicious
  • 32. Targeting cheaphosting plans
  • 33. Unintendedconsequences
  • 34. Cheaphosting plans still exist
  • 35. PHP
  • 36. NMS still exists
  • 37. So I started thinking...
  • 38. Why not...
  • 39. ...rewriteMatts scripts again?
  • 40. Using Modern Perl Best Practices
  • 41. CPAN
  • 42. PSGI
  • 43. Dancer CatalystMojoliciousWeb::Simple
  • 44. Dont expectmany users
  • 45. Simpleexamples
  • 46. Solutions to common problems
  • 47. github.com/davorg/matts-psgi-archive
  • 48. Please help
  • 49. Dave Crossdave@dave.org.uk @davorg
  • 50. mobro.co/davorg