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My presentation of the Mojolicious framework for London Perl Workshop 2010.

My presentation of the Mojolicious framework for London Perl Workshop 2010.

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  • CPAN id MRAMBERG \nFirst core developer to join the Catalyst framework.\n
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  • At the city center\n
  • \nof a little city far north \n\n
  • Where Polar bears and penguins walk the street\n
  • And parrots are pining for the fjords\n
  • Started together with Arne 3 years ago\nSurprisingly Nordic company\n\n
  • We focus on mobile, lean, useful apps, mostly in Perl and Obj-c.\n
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  • 500 sqm\nStill within 3 minutes of Oslo central station\n
  • Coworking in Oslo - Drop in & regular\n
  • Tonight’s feature presentation\n
  • Present to you Mojolicious\nLWP for the Next Decade.\n
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  • Hoppy Frood from the south of Germany\nSometimes claims to be a bot\nKnown aliases kraih at Twitter, ‘sri’ on irc\n\n
  • First Time I heard of Sebastian - Maypole Mailing lists\nMaypole was originally developed by Simon Cozens, \nbut he decided to become a missionary in Japan.\n
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  • Catalyst had gathered steam.\nCore team of developers\n
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  • Took a break from Perl - Ruby and World of Warcraft\nCame back with Mojolicious - Originally a Framework Construction Kit\n
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  • Runs in 30 seconds (time to download, run test suite and install files). \n
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  • Tell about nginx and status phrases.\n
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  • So, I showed a quick example of an Oneliner earlier\n
  • ojo package is a ...\n
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  • Of course, if you’re like me, you can just use the TT renderer instead\nThere’s even a plugin to set it up for you.\n
  • Or one of the other renderers on CPAN\n
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  • Like 60% of the IRC channel speaks russian.\nEarly Mojolicious presentations at russian Perl events.\n\n
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  • 0.999950 - release candidate\n
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