[tpm] Call for August presentations (Mojo)

Alex Beamish talexb at gmail.com
Sun Aug 16 14:10:08 PDT 2015

Hi all,

I've been doing some Mojo in my copious spare time (yes, I'm looking for a
job), and could do a talk about Mojo, but I'm reluctant to present Basic
Mojo if everyone's already seen that. Mojo is actually quite similar to
Dancer (or now Dancer2), which has been around for a couple of years.

I've been contemplating a project where I implement Twitter as a Mojo
application -- it's a large, ridiculously complicated project, but if I
start with just the basic schema and work up from that to a web frontend it
could be interesting.

Suggestions? Please shout them out.



On Wed, Aug 12, 2015 at 9:18 PM, Tom Legrady <legrady at gmail.com> wrote:

> I don't have any answers, but I do have questions.
> My experience with Mojo, Dancer, and non-Perl systems is that the demos
> work great, but scaling from that to a production system is a challenge (
> my experience with web sites was primarily in 1999; They HAD been using
> cgi.pl, I introduced CGI.pm, HTML::Template ).
> How do you use Mojo to create dynamic AJAX-y pages?
> A client I've dealt with has a web site that is a lengthy mess of print
> statements running under Apache. The page has a number of sections that
> reflect various aspects of the system being represented. How can I convert
> these components one by one to Mojo?
> Tom
> On 08/12/2015 12:22 PM, Olaf Alders wrote:
>> The proposed topic for this August's meeting is "Introduction to
>> Mojolicious".  Do we have any volunteers?  Talks can be short, but
>> shouldn't assume any or much prior knowledge of Mojo.
>> Thanks!
>> Olaf
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Alex Beamish
Toronto, Ontario
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