Last year I wrote a (poignant?) review of TPRCiC as one of my first blog posts.
Once again this year, I attended The Perl and Raku Conference in the Cloud (and I even talked 😱 🙊), so here we go again for the review!
With a live demo (he's mad). That worked! (he's
lucky good 😁)
And the overall was very nice to listen (he's maybe experimented at this exercise - EDIT: yes he is).
I enjoyed the topic (ElasticSearch), the comparisons and expertise about this technology and other related ones.
And... Yes... A working live demo... What else?
Stephane Giganded presented this project (does it really need to be introduced?) discussed about GSOC (or similar) and sent a call to volunteers!
His talk was very comprehensive from basic importing concepts to the implementation problems through vim integration and various features of his must have new tool!
I think I prefered this talk over his last year talk... Sorry to the "last-year-olaf":
If you follow the status of Perl, you know it has been a difficult year for the language. I won't go into details. I never talked about it on this blog so far (and will probably never do).
Rik highlighted this state of things very well and did it very transparently. I personally feel like he is very diplomatic and has a strong sense of duty.
The second part of the talk was about changelog, there is
try/catch 🎉 and various smaller things that are still cool when explained by Rik!
(everything is cool when explained by rik ❤️ #fanboy)
I also enjoyed very much this talk. I know a little bit of Raku, and I have to admit that it's clearly a super powerful language.
He described how he managed a multi-tier application with docker-compose (it's more about service description than containerization) for reproducible local setup.
And he delivered his talk in a very pleasant way... Congrats 👍
I loved last year octology lightning talk and pip striked again!
This time with a 20min talk. I have to admit I haven't understood everything, it's always a kind of mystic/psychedelic art... And that's what I love.
His talk discussed Object Oriented and Corinna (the incoming core Object Oriented implementation). Taking example from other languages and from important leaders then going more into details.
Sadly the beginning of the talk was a bit choppy but it does not ruined anything!
With the real manual administrative details 👍
Very interesting 😄
Always very smart and technical!
I feel smarter when I listen to his presentations 😁
The topic was GUI, human interactions, how to build...In a multiplatforms way... A lot of things actually! 😁
Ok I'm biaised since sivoais (his nickname) is also a kind of "buddy" of mine 😁
Leonerd gave a talk about errors to avoid when doing a slide deck. While it was very interesting, it was kind of ironic that his slide about managing time was cut by the gong! (meaning the end of 5 minutes lightning talk)
At the beginning I thought it was prepared 😁
And for the record, the master of the gong:
French people (including me) tends to say "pairl" for Perl when American (or just all others 😄) say more something like "Purl". But it is far from "Paul" which would more pronounce like "Pol" 😀
Could we decide once for all? 😁
south-west to north-est / is "slash"
north-west to south-est \ is "back slash"
Once again, I enjoyed so much these 3 great days of conference!
I'm very proud for having joined the speaker side 💪 (have you seen?)
Kudos/Hugs/👍/💪 to organizers and sponsors.
EDIT: I realized that I shared almost all but my talks (because hey I'm not mad enough to review my own talks 😝), but maybe you would be interested in watching them, so here are the links: