This month, Jason Crome will be giving a talk on Perl development environment tooling like perlbrew, plenv, and Carton. These tools help to manage different Perl versions, different module versions, and help to isolate your development environments to help make dependency version problems manageable.
Bring your questions and your own experiences with maintaining a Perl development environment.
Doug Bell, the new leader of the CPANTesters project, blogged about his accomplishments at this year's Perl QA Hackathon, including tracking the CPANTesters project goals and starting an automated deploy for CPANTesters using Rex, a Perl-based devops tool.
Read Doug's post on his website: http://preaction.me/blog/2016/04/30/perl-qa-hackathon-cpantesters/
In his post, Joel explains the rationale behind Test2, the history that has led to this situation, and the path forward getting Test2 into the Perl core.
Read Joel's post on blogs.perl.org: http://blogs.perl.org/users/joel_berger/2016/04/reflections-on-test2.html