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Friday August 19, 2005
01:58 PM

My slides for Perl {Blue,Black} Magic

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I'm not sure whether they'll remain there but, for the time being, you can grab my YAPC::NA::2005 slides from Fulko's website:

* Perl Black Magic - Obfuscation and Golfing
* Perl Blue Magic - Creating Perl Modules and Using CPAN

There's also a different bio for each talk, synopsis, two completely different photos... O:-)

My bio for the first talk is outdated, btw. I'm no longer 26.

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  • Black was a nice read, thank you, enjoyed the PDF offline.

    I had to read the VIEW SOURCE to find out that BLUE was processed with something that inserted javascript to handle "N" for next !! You obfuscated the non-obfuscation presentation.

    What script did that?

    # I had a sig when sigs were cool
    use Sig;
    • You can also use Enter :-)

      I used Spork [] to create those slides.
      • Ahh, Spork. I've seen mention of that before.

        I gather you turned show_controls off and unset link_next etc.

        I'll have to give this Spork and/or S5 a try, as my PPT decks have gotten huge. S5 has the advantage of having printer-friendly output option for handouts/notes. Spork::S5 [] may be the glue I've been looking for ...

        Thanks for the timely reminder

        # I had a sig when sigs were cool
        use Sig;