Telegram is a messagging platform/App much like WhatsApp and companions. One nifty feature is that it allows integrating bots, contarily to WhatsApp… let’s see an example in Perl.
Dobble (also known as Spot-It) is an amazing game that’s both fun and mathematically interesting. This is my take on… remembering it some time in the future.
Telegram custom keyboards are a handy feature to provide a cleaner interface to your users. But unlike HTML, these buttons are doomed to send their text instead of a configurable value. Or are they?
At work we have SharePoint but I don’t really like its editor in the Wiki (at least how it is setup in our local installation). Well, actually I like using Markdown for editing most of the stuff, so here’s what I managed to setup.
Some time ago one of the rites of passage for a wannabe Perl programmer was having its own take on a templating system. I duly complied with Template::Perlish, which I’m quite happy about and I use anywhere I can. Later, it seems that many people thought they would have a take at building the next cool web service/application framework; here, I set quite low expectactions, but it’s still useful!