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Thomas Klausner domm

Just in case you like to know, I'm currently full-time father of 2 nearly grown-up sons, half-time Perl hacker, sort-of DJ, bicyclist, cook, taker-of-pictures and 40+ years old but too lazy to update my profile once a year.

I'm also head of Vienna.pm, member of the TPF Grants Commitee and the YAPC Europe Foundation and previous maintainer of the CPANTS project.

I've got stuff on CPAN, held various talks and organise the Austrian Perl Workshops and YAPC::Europe 2007.

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Perl
12.08.2017: How to make Perl conferences beginner friendly

Still on the ICE back home from the European Perl Conference 2017 in Amsterdam I have some time to write down my thoughts on how to make Perl conferences (more) beginner friendly. I had some discussions with newcomers who complained^w suggested that the conference is not very beginner-friendly. While I don't think that we are actively trying to ...
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Picture of the Day: Last day of summer

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Perl
12.08.2017: Things I learned at the European Perl Conference 2017 in Amsterdam

I'm currently riding an ICE along some canal through the rainy Netherlands. What a perfect opportunity to write my summary of the European Perl Conference 2017 in Amsterdam. My talks As I was somehow shanghaied into being president of the YAPC Europe Foundation, I announced the location of next year's European Perl Conference, which I'm sure ...
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Talks
11.08.2017: DBIx::SchemaChecksum

DBIx::SchemaChecksum is a tool to generate and compare checksums of database schemata for the purpose of automated database updates. This talk presents the idea, usage & implementation. Slides: Slides for the European Perl Conference 2017 in Amsterdam German Slides for Austrian Perl Workshop ...
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10.08.2017: The Power of Raw SQL

Sometimes it's much easier (and faster, and more elegant) to ditch DBIx::Class and use the raw powers of your DB (Postgres, obviously). I'll show some powerful SQL (CTEs, window functions, ..) from a recent project which made my live much easier... Slides: Slides for The European Perl Conference in Amsterdam 2017 ...
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09.08.2017: Exceptional Model Middleware

Make your controllers even slimmer by throwing nice exceptions in your Fat Model and handle them in a Plack Middleware. Features Plack::Middleware::PrettyException Slides: Slides for The European Perl Conference in Amsterdam 2017 ...
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That was easy: http*s*://domm.plix.at # LetsEncrypt++
14.07.2017 14:18:46

Rather than getting confused by the meaning of the words which you might assume, try to get confused by the mathematically correct definition of a Elliptic Curve: its a smooth, projective algebraic curve of genus one and third degree with a distinct point O (at infinity). https://www.johannes-bauer.com/compsci/ecc/
10.07.2017 11:07:11

"The one thing all three frameworks have in common is overly simplistic examples and generally poor documentation of how to route in the real world." :-) https://github.com/stickfigure/blog/wiki/Opinionated-Comparison-of-React%2C-Angular2%2C-and-Aurelia
07.04.2017 11:05:39

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Kate Tempest - Let them eat Chaos
Lieder aus der Proletenpassion - Lieder aus der Proletenpassion
Tru Throughts - Shapes in Space

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