Los Angeles Perl Mongers
The Perl Users Group of the Los
LA.pm's next meeting
| What: || Los Angeles Perl Mongers Meeting|
| When: || 7-9pm|
| Date: || Wednesday September 17, 2014|
| Where: || ZipRecruiter - 1453 3rd St Promenade, Ste 390, Santa Monica, CA 90401|
| Theme: || Perl!|
| Refreshments: || Food and BEvERages provided by host|
| RSVP: || Responses always appreciated.|
- Chuck Hardin: Stirring the Hive With a Perl Stick
Abstract: Hive provides a SQL-like interface to Hadoop. Perl can interoperate with Hive in a variety of ways, including Hive queries through a Thrift API and the direct incorporation of Perl into map-reduce jobs. The author has taken a few baby steps on this journey and chooses to share the results with his peers.
- Andrew Grangaard: Computer Science for the self-taught hacker/engineer
Abstract: What is Computer Science and how is it different from Programming? What did I miss by jumping straight into coding? A quick tour of topics covered in introductory computer science courses discusses why those topics are considered important.
Reprise of my yapc.na 2014 talk.
About our speakers:
Chuck Hardin Button-cute, rapier-keen, Texan-brown and pauper-poor is Chuck Hardin, whose awkward, burly figure is better known to the twilit half-world of five continents than to the employment agencies of Los Angeles, California. That he possesses the power to become invisible to finance companies; that his laboratory is tooled up to manufacture destructive robots he refers to as "Heavy Metal Apes" on a fantastic scale; and that he owns one of the rare mouths in which butter has never melted are legends treasured by every schoolboy.
Shackled to the mighty wheel of Nami Media, Chuck spends his few hours outside of work raising turkeys which he occasionally displays on Thousand Oaks Boulevard, and stirs little from his alembics and retorts. Those who know hint that the light burning late in his laboratory may result in a breathtaking electric bill. Queried, he shrugs with the fatalism of your true Oriental. "Mektoub," he observes curtly. "It is written." [ cpan ] [ github ]
Andrew Grangaard runs the Los Angeles Perl Mongers and serves as
Chief Ninjaneer for [undisclosed startup] Lead Engineer at Demand MediaChief Ninjaneer for AirMedia.com [ cpan ] [ github ] [ linkedin ]
About your host:
- Andrew Grangaard is Chief Ninjaneer at AirMedia.com and long time Perl Monk(ey).
See you at 7 on Wednesday the 17th!
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: Lightning talks!.
: Dynamic Returns: a comparison of Static vs Dynamic Typing.
: Stirring the Hive With a Perl Stick. =>
: Half my life with Perl. =>
: I Got 99 Problems, But CPAN Ain't One. =>
: Lightning Talks.
Mark Jason Dominus
: Blah blah blah.
: Method::Signatures : A Tutorial. =>
: Hackathon Demo: PerlTube - a FOSS video site.. =>
: ldapdancer. =>
: Hacking on the SysFS with Perl in an Embedded Linux environment. =>
: Behind the scenes at perl.org. =>
: Pinto + Stratopan.
: Embedding an http server for facebook oauth. =>
: github services.
: Notes from a Hackathon.
: deploying to DotCloud. =>
: App::PM::Website. =>
: OSCON 2012 recap. =>
James E Keenan
: EMERGENCY SOCIAL.
: YAPCna notes.
: Template::ExpandHash. =>
: DotCloud demo.
: Pinto for managing Perl dependencies.
: Perl for Home Security. =>
brian d foy
: How to deliver a presentation.
brian d foy
: Zero to Perl, teaching newbies..
: Scale BoF discussion.
: VOIP with perl and asterisk/freepbx. =>
: Inline::C, The Eminently Palatable Approach to XS. =>
: use Japan;. =>
: DBI/SQL stack. =>
: Managing your dotfiles with perl and git. =>
( pdf )
: Vertical Tables.
: Implementation of a Custom Facebook Integration.
: Implementation of a Custom Facebook Integration. =>
: emergency social meeting.
: Method::Signatures (or, How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love MooseX::Declare).. =>
: Dancing on Air (or, What's Plack got to do with it?).
: Perl::Critic. =>
: TBD: Rhetoric: a simple blogging system for perl.
: Scale9x discussion/review/take-away.
: TBD: Moose Best Practices.
: workflows with Class::Workflow.
: Inversion of Control and Dependency Injection, using Bread::Board.
: Blogging in perl -- Anger Whale and Galuga. =>
- 2010-Nov-17: Josh Barratt: AnyEvent -- Perl Asynchronous Programming. (hosted in Culver City at Media Temple)
- 2010-Nov-17: Gabe Costello: Epistemology & Perl Oracles
- 2010-Oct-13: Randall Shwartz: compiled vs interpretted languages. (hosted Downtown at Oversee.net)
- 2010-Oct-13: Theron Stanford: MagicList::Singleton: an array with hash like properties. TIE magic.
- 2010-Sep-22: Tommy Stanton: App::Git::HomeSync a CPAN Module almost finished Slides (Tarball) : Code
- 2010-Aug-25: Andrew Grangaard: Getting started with App::Cmd
- 2010-Jul-24 Guy Shaw: pe-cpp, c-pre-processor partial processor for source-to-soure transformation of header files.
- 2010-Jul-24 Troy Will: Losing weight with perl.
- 2010-Jun-30 Andrew Grangaard: CPAN Tools: CPANTS, RT, etc: Live coding session to report and fix a broken third-party module
- 2010-May-26 Sammy Kamkar : Extremely low-level networking in perl
- 2010-May-26 Randall Schwartz : Review of noSQL data stores.
- 2010-Apr-28 Aran Deltac: Cassandra : A highly distributed, eventually consistent, distributed, structured, key-value store.
- 2010-Apr-28 Ralf Pieper: Cloud Computing use Cases
- 2010-Mar-27 Tommy Stanton: "Git your home directory in sync"
- 2010-Mar-27 Andrew Grangaard: "Dist::Zilla - distribution builder; installer not included" packaging CPAN distributions using Dist::Zilla.
- 2010-Feb: no meeting.
- 2010-Jan-27 Andrew Grangaard: Hadoop Streaming with Perl. Discussion of Hadoop and using Hadoop::Streaming perl module to simplify using Hadoop Streaming interface
| Slides (raw vroom format)
| Hadoop::Streaming::Mapper CPAN module.
| Hadoop general information.
- 2010-Jan-27 Aran Deltac presents: Concise Code.
- 2009-Dec-02 Andrew Grangaard: Vim and Perl. A group discussion of tips and techniques.
| Config Files git repo
| original notes
- 2009-Nov-04 Tommy Stanton: Testing for the Win! Test::More, Test::Most and Test::Class.
Advanced TDD.tar.gz Vroom slides.
- 2009-Nov-04 Tommy Stanton: Unstructured group discussion, TDD, Vroom, Vim.
- 2009-Sep-23 Andrew Grangaard: Access JIRA API using perl with JIRA::Client
- 2009-Sep-23 Andrew Grangaard: Care and Feeding of Third Party Perl Modules: a discussion
- 2009-Aug-27 John Beppu: Stardust, a perl COMET server.
- 2009-Aug-27 Aran Deltac presents: Destination Moose.
- 2009-Jul-17 David Davis : Mojo and Mojolicious, a next generation perl web framework
- 2009-Jul-17 Mon-Chaio Lo : Interviewing (perl) programmers
- 2009-Jun-17 David Williams: Data Processing and Numerical Analysis in Perl.
- 2009-Jun-17 Matt Burns: Moose and Joose, programming is fun again.
- 2008-Apr-17 Theron Stanford: Module Versioning with Apache 1x and Modperl 1x
- 2008-Mar-18 Thomas MacNeil: Writing
- 2008-Feb-28 Richard Dice: 7 Stages of a Perl Monger and more
- 2008-Jan-29 Christopher Paulika: The Road to Test Driven Development
- 2007-Nov-08 Ben Tilly: How
to do A/B Testing on Websites
- 2007-Sep-20 brian d foy: Making your own CPAN
- 2007-Aug-16 Randal Schwartz: an Introduction to Rose::DB::Object
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