In preparation for an article, a PM talk, a tutorial, and quite possibly a book on software testing with Perl, I've been working on Test::MockObject. The documentation, as usual, comes somewhat after the initial announcement.
I'm not completely thrilled with the interface yet, and testing the Test::Builder components accurately could fall into the bootstrapping category, but the sooner it's out there, the more likely someone with a good idea or spare time could run across it and improve it. My plan is to have something more CPAN-worthy by the weekend. Then again, I planned to make some enhancements to Text::WikiFormat last week, and need to fix a Cygwin test buglet for Sub::Context.
Test #5 fails on the current released version of Test::More (0.43), but I've patched it and 0.44 (or 1.0) is on its way. Schwern is generally good about that.
On work matters, the database stuff has been "Center the date range on the report and make it bold", so that's nearly finished. I've been doing actual Perl programming for a while, and some of it's very clever. I wasn't having a lot of fun in my last entry, but it had been a rough day. Things are looking Sunny.