Archive for March, 2017

Using the Perl debugger with DBIx::Class

Posted on March 27, 2017. Filed under: Uncategorized | Tags: , , , |

Using the Perl debugger with DBIx::Class Today’s debugger hack will make using the debugger with DBIx::Class much easier.

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Wrapping a C shared library with Perl and XS

Posted on March 18, 2017. Filed under: Uncategorized | Tags: , , , , , , |

Wrapping a C shared library with Perl and XS This tutorial shows how to wrap a C shared library using XS and Perl (including creating a trivial test shared library). Also posted to PerlMonks where the discussion references InlineX::C2XS.

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Continuous Integration. CircleCI vs Travis CI vs Jenkins

Posted on March 3, 2017. Filed under: Uncategorized | Tags: , , , , , |

Continuous Integration. CircleCI vs Travis CI vs Jenkins The main goal of continuous integration is to identify the problems that may occur during the development process earlier and more easily. If you integrate regularly — there is much less to check while looking for errors. That results in less time spent for debugging and more […]

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A Simple Guide for Python Packaging – Small Things about Python

Posted on March 2, 2017. Filed under: Uncategorized | Tags: , , |

A Simple Guide for Python Packaging – Small Things about Python Code reuse is a very common need. It saves you time for writing the same code multiple times, enables leveraging other smart people’s work to make new things happen. Even just for one project, it helps organize code in a modular way so you […]

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Make files not war: How to write short, readable makefiles that work

Posted on March 1, 2017. Filed under: Uncategorized | Tags: , , |

Make files not war: How to write short, readable makefiles that work This article tries to explain make and it’s makefiles in slightly different terms than the original documentation or even most tutorials. It took me a long time to understand how to write short, simple and understandable makefiles that work, and I hope this […]

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