This month, Doug Bell will give a talk on Graphite, a scalable time-series database. He'll go over a quick installation and setup, how to add your metrics using Perl, and how to display your metrics using the Grafana charting dashboard.
We've got a couple short talks scheduled for this month, and we've got a new venue, generously provided by ServerCentral.
Joel Berger is going to give a talk on testing any PSGI application with Test::Mojo, Mojolicious's excellent web testing library.
Due to the holidays, our meeting will be on December 10. RSVP on the Chicago.PM Meetup
(EDIT: Slides from the simple WebSocket tricks talk are now available)
This month Doug Bell will be giving a talk on
Git internals, and how they effect how you use Git
rebase. The presentation
will go over some common errors and explain what they mean, and how
resolving them will affect the internal data of your repository.
This month, Eric Johnson (kablamo) will be giving a talk exploring the Perl testing ecosystem, including how to write tests in Perl, using prove to run tests, TAP (the Test-Anything Protocol), and an exploration of CPAN test libraries including:
This month, Doug Bell, Joel Berger, and Eric Johnson will be giving short demonstrations of tools to manage Perl distributions. A distribution is an installable bundle of modules, usually uploaded to CPAN for others to download.
Doug will be presenting Dist::Zilla, the 500-lb gorilla of dist management. Joel will presenting Module::Build and Module::Build::Tiny with App::ModuleBuildTiny. Finally, Eric will be presenting Minilla and Carton.
Each talk with take about 20 minutes, with some extra time for questions.