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