Sep 272011
 

http://learn.perl.org/ has been rewritten and relaunched, along with basic step by step guides to installing and using Perl, there are screencasts and some useful examples.

The PerlFAQ (previously hosted at http://faq.perl.org/) is now integrated to the learning website and can be found at http://learn.perl.org/faq/.

There are further changes planned for both the learning website and PerlFAQ in the near future.

May 082011
 

There have been a couple of interesting announcements in the last couple of weeks about the support for Perl programming from cloud suppliers.

It’s good to see Perl given support in this area. If you see any more suppliers adding Perl to their platforms then please let us know in the comments.

Mar 212011
 

There are several feed aggregators for Perl, but now there is going to be one less. Since Planet Perl mostly duplicates the efforts of other aggregators, such as Perlsphere, it’s just extra work for the Perl NOC crew to maintain it. Planet Perl was the first long running aggregator, but since it started many others started and survived. Perl NOC announced that Planet Perl going dormant. It’s not exactly disappearing, but it will be in a deep sleep for a long time. If the community ever needs it again, they can easily wake it up.