This is the succesor of the talk “20 things you might not know about Perl,” that has been given at several other conferences and proved quite successful. So by popular demand here is its follow up.
The talk shows several features of Perl you might not have known that existed, that are being (ab)used to run a program that was designed never to be able to run in the first place… It’s a high paced, humourous, and entertaining look at Perl’s slightly less obvious features.
Jos is a long time Linux & Perl developer, with a keen interest in resilient and scalable services. He currently works for Krux Digital and has worked for Canonical, XS4ALL, and RIPE NCC designing and deploying large scale internet infrastructure. He’s also contributed roughly 2% of the code in the current Perl core
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