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Introduction to writing readable and maintainable Perl

by CTO at Lokku on Feb 06, 2011

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An introduction to writing readable Perl code, for people who write Perl that other people may want to read. Covers the most important lessons from Perl Best Practices, and ends by showing how to use ...

An introduction to writing readable Perl code, for people who write Perl that other people may want to read. Covers the most important lessons from Perl Best Practices, and ends by showing how to use Perl::Critic to test that you are meeting the standards set out.

Given at FOSDEM 2011

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  • chorny Alexandr Ciornii, Software Developer, Analyst at - @Alex Balhatchet: premature optimization :), for ex. in programs that are run as CGI 3 years ago
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  • kaokun Alex Balhatchet, CTO at Lokku @Alexandr

    I'm curious, in what cases do you not want to import List::Util? When you have a different function called 'min()' elsewhere in your scope, for example?
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  • xSawyer xSawyer Great stuff!
    Can't wait to see it again in Riga!
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  • chorny Alexandr Ciornii, Software Developer, Analyst at - I use ternary conditional operator for min in the rare cases when I don't want to import List::Util. 3 years ago
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  • numberwhun Jefferson Kirkland, Web Developer at Home Nice slideshow..... thanks! 3 years ago
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