Moose for Managers

Moose for Managers

By Cory Watson (‎gphat‎)
Date: Wednesday, June 24, 2009 11:10 AM
Duration: 50 minutes
Target audience: Any
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Perl is a wonderful language. It provides us with smorgasbord of choices when time comes for implementation.

Unfortunately these choices can be frustrating and paralyzing for potential users.

Moose represents a "best practices" approach to Object Oriented Programming in Perl. As the manager of a development team, I have strong opinions on how Perl makes my job difficult and how projects like Moose take away a lot of the pain.

We will start with an introduction to Moose. This introduction is high level and meant to show how Moose can take away a lot of the yak-shaving in day-to-day work.

The talk will then enumerate reasons why Moose is So Damned Important, how it makes our jobs easier, and how it makes Perl viable for larger development groups.

Attended by: Stevan Little (‎stevan‎), Jesse Luehrs (‎doy‎), Dan Magnuszewski (‎magnachef‎), Stephen Scaffidi (‎hercynium‎), Adam Foxson (‎Fhoxh‎), Mike Greb (‎mikegrb‎), Michael Graham (‎magog‎), Seth Viebrock, Lisa Wilcox, Andrew Walker (‎Andy‎), Kurt Edmiston, Terry Bates, Chip Salzenberg (‎Chip‎), Kevin Falcone (‎jibsheet‎), Paul Makepeace (‎paulm‎), Duane Brown (‎duaneb‎), David Huggins (‎DAVIDIUS‎),