Tag Archives: perl

Perl Application Bundling

I’ve been fairly obsessed with 12 Factor Applications lately. I’ve noticed lots of tools for bundling applications with Ruby (bundler is fairly ubiquitous), and a few other major languages, but nothing so explicit with Perl. Many developers that I have worked with or talked to haven’t done application bundling in Perl, but I’m interested to […]

Serving Files with Perl/Plack

This post isn’t all that special, but it’s definitely a demo of how far Perl is coming along these days. It’s still a popular language that people have tired of complaining about, so they don’t, but everyone uses it when they need to finish something quickly. Regardless, a question was posted around my office about […]

PostgreSQL: Data from Multiple Queries in JSON

During a discussion the other day where we discussed SOA and a new service for a set of data that we currently have in PostgreSQL, a thought popped into my head – what if the database could do all of the selects and build the service JSON document in one request, rather than having a […]

Test Driven Development in Perl

I recently took a class that included a lot of Test Driven Development (TDD) in Ruby, but I work at a Perl shop. As I slowly became more obsessed with the concept of TDD, especially the unit testing pieces, I discovered that available tutorials didn’t teach you what you really needed to get started – […]