SPUG: Moose talk slides online
rick.croote at philips.com
Tue Jul 22 23:37:08 PDT 2008
I was so sorry to not have attended this meeting. I was especially interested considering I've setup our own "Class" implementation that has solved many problems where I work. I was interested in the Moose interface and I am pretty excited after what I have seen going through the presentation. After discussing this with my team I decided to go to the next step and try it. Uhhh, that didn't work so well. It was installing many many (did I say many) modules many of them seemed to fail to install or required versions of modules that are not even available. Anybody else using Win32 Activestate version 5.8.8 that could not get this to work? I didn't see any requirements indicating that it would not.
From: spug-list-bounces+rick.croote=philips.com at pm.org [mailto:spug-list-bounces+rick.croote=philips.com at pm.org] On Behalf Of Doug Treder
Sent: 2008 Jul 16 10:52 AM
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Cc: stevan.little at iinteractive.com
Subject: SPUG: Moose talk slides online
thanks for attending my talk on Moose last night at the Seattle Perl Users Group. It was great to have so many smart people together to discuss it.
The slides are online and released CC on my website: http://www.dynamicacademy.net
There's PDF and HTML versions available - if you would like the Keynote originals, let me know separately and I'll send you the most up-to-date version.
Moose is under very active development by several fabulous developers, so bugs are fixed quickly, new features are still being added, and discussion is welcome. I'd highly recommend subscribing to http://news.gmane.org/gmane.comp.lang.perl.moose today. They also welcome questions and design suggestions, and it's a really friendly group.
If' you'd like to keep reading and learning about Moose and metaclass theory (after joining the newsgroup), the last few slides have links for additional reading, which I'll repeat here:
Super and Inner (Method Modifiers)
Putting Metaclasses to Work
Uniform Metaclass Composition
Safe Metaclass Programming
More Moose Articles and Presentations
Moose As Necessary Dependency
Writing Read-Eval-Print Loop(Moose Tutorial)
Thanks also to Marchex for hosting and the snacks! It's a great location for getting together.
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