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How Perl Changed My Life

  1. How Perl Changed My Life Gosuke Miyashita YAPC::Asia Tokyo 2012
  2. Technical Manager at paperboy&co.
  3. University student
  4. cpan:mizzygithub.com/mizzy mizzy.org @gosukenator
  5. I’m basically not a programmer
  6. I’m a software engineer (Better at OS andmiddle ware layers)
  7. I met my wife on a web chat in 1998
  8. Yui Chat
  9. It’s a Perl CGI script
  10. Now I have five children
  11. Thus Perl changed my life
  12. My jobs as atechnical manager
  13. Technical thingsrelated to all over the company
  14. Arrange and develop internal systems anddevelop environments
  15. Engineer HiringEngineer Evaluation
  16. Technical Architect and Implementer
  17. Introduce newtechnologies, tools, and so on
  18. Pick up technicalproblems and solve them
  19. And so on
  20. How Perl affects my jobs
  21. Perl + Catalyst
  22. Catalyst Perlbal MogileFS GearmanTheSchwartz
  23. qpsmtpdHTTP::Engine
  24. YAPC::Asia Tokyo 2009 How Perl is used in paperboy&co.http://slidesha.re/BaRa2
  25. Perl is not used
  26. But most of members are Perl Mongers
  27. Engineer evaluationsystem of paperboy&co.
  28. How Perl Changed My Life
  29. 1995
  30. Met World WideWeb and Perl CGI
  31. 1998
  32. Yui Chat
  33. Customize Perl CGI scripts
  34. Write my own CGI or utility scripts
  35. 2004
  36. Met “Sledge”
  37. Sledge told me howfun programming is
  38. Began to useBloglines for gettingSledge information
  39. 2005
  40. Wrote BloglinesMobile Gateway
  41. CustomizedWebService::Bloglines and sent a patch to Miyagawa san
  42. Began to write myblog with blosxom
  43. Wrote blosxom plugins
  44. Became CPAN AuthorCGI::Application::Plugin:: FormValidator::Simple
  45. 2006
  46. Plagger
  47. YAPC::Asia Tokyo 2006
  48. Plagger Conference LT Speaker
  49. Shibuya.pm LT Speaker
  50. 2007
  51. YAPC::Asia Tokyo 2007 Speaker
  52. 2008
  53. YAPC::Asia Tokyo 2008 Speaker
  54. 2009
  55. YAPC::Asia Tokyo 2009 Speaker
  56. 2012
  57. Sapporo Ruby Kaigi 2012 Speaker
  58. YAPC::Asia Tokyo 2012 Guest Speaker
  59. What I got from Perl
  60. Job
  61. Position
  62. co-workers
  63. @hiboma
  64. @kyanny
  65. @lamanotrama
  66. @hsbt
  67. @kentaro
  68. @kentaro
  69. @kentaro
  70. @kentaro
  71. @kentaro
  72. @kentaro
  73. @kentaro
  74. Other things Ilearned from Perl
  75. Shut the fuck up and write some code
  76. Openness is ourdriver for excellence
  77. Confucius said, “Tolike is better than to know. To enjoy is better than to like.”
  78. 子曰知之者不如好之者好之者不如樂之者
  79. Thanks to Larry Wall
  80. Thanks toTatsuhiko Miyagawa
  81. Thanks to Perl Hackers all over the world
  82. Thanks to JPA and YAPC staffs
  83. Thanks to PerlMongers here and not here
  84. Thus Perl changed my life
  85. Please tell me what changed your life
  86. Thanks
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