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Slides from a lightning talk given at Frozen Perl 2008.

Slides from a lightning talk given at Frozen Perl 2008.

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  • 1. josh mcadams doubleclick/performics
  • 2. in the beginning there was the one-liner
  • 3. perl -MNet::Twitter -e 'Net::Twitter->new( username => quot;mequot;, password => quot;shhquot; ) ->update(quot;presenting at frozen perlquot;)';
  • 4. this is handy, i should put it on cpan
  • 5. i should put it in a module
  • 6. 22 lines
  • 7. but, that module needs to be called by an app
  • 8. 67 lines
  • 9. hrm, the password and user name need to persist
  • 10. 137 lines
  • 11. cleartext passwords aren’t too secure though
  • 12. 157 lines
  • 13. some debugging output would be nice too
  • 14. 188 lines
  • 15. what about tests?
  • 16. 269 lines
  • 17. and documentation
  • 18. 397 lines
  • 19. and cpan packaging
  • 20. 467 lines
  • 21. two support requests
  • 22. and two minor version releases
  • 23. and you have app::tweet
  • 24. a one-liner
  • 25. exploded
  • 26. so that random people online know when i brush my teeth
  • 27. perl is easy
  • 28. cpan is great
  • 29. packaging you perl for cpan is a challenge
  • 30. thank you cpan contributors
  • 31. yapc.org/America

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