Thilo Six sent me an email pointing out some outdated code in the Perl Babysteps pages, so I updated those. Nothing huge. Just needed a tiny adjustment for changes in the Term::ReadLine API. While I was there, I filled out a couple of blanks that were left over from an old edit.
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Came across this post in the London.pm mailing list from Alex Balhatchet, in response to a request for information about features in newer versions of Perl. The slideshare list struck me as useful, so I immediately grabbed his list and made a page on coolnamehere for it.
It has been a while since I've done anything with coolnamehere. I decided to make a whole bunch of updates. There were a lot of big and little changes.
Perlbrew lets you manage your own Perl installations, without interfering with system Perl.
I have been dabbling a lot with Moose, a solid framework for object oriented programming in Perl. It is remarkably powerful and has transformed the way I look at Perl OO. It is also different enough from object oriented programming in other languages that I needed to create a section for it on coolnamehere.