Originally published at Perl Weekly 592
We all know not many people blog about Perl anymore. Are we doing anything to get it back on track? Well, unfortunately again, nothing is happening on that front either.
But, hey, there is still hope and handful of Perl fans doing their best. One of them is our chief editor, Gabor Szabo. He has been running Perl Maven for years now and many of us benefitted from his work. He recently started blogging on Dev.To. I request all the Perl fans to follow him and like blog post. I didn't have the account there before so I decided to create personal account. Although I no longer blog at all but this is going to change soon. Earlier I used to blog on blogs.perl.org but then I moved to The Weekly Challenge recently.
Talking about blogging, how can I miss one name, Flavio Poletti? He has been blogging daily for years now. Feel free to check out his work here. Kudos to him for his effort.
I would like to mention another name, Olaf Alders, for his hard work in reviving the good old friend, Perl Advent Calendar. Julien has been helping him in the project too. I remember there was a call for papers by him. If you have time and something to share about your favourite CPAN module then please do contribute. I have booked one slot for myself for this year Advent Calendar. Hopefully, I will submit my article on time.
Last but not the least, I would like to thank all the members of Team PWC for creating friendly and positive vibes for years now. As of today, they have published 3000+ blog posts sharing creative ideas and solutions. If you are interested then please do checkout blog posts.
Enjoy the rest of the newsletter.
Your editor: Mohammad S. Anwar.
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Oldest comments (1)
Thanks Gabor for sharing your experience blogging on DEV.to. I have been an on and off again blogger on blogs.perl.org but found the experience of using that platform so frustrating I recently turned to plerd to try my hand at blogging again. I'll take your advice and start posting on DEV.to...dev.to/rlauer6/the-observer-effect... Keep up the great work promoting Perl!