Delhi.pm Perl Monger user group: Need suggestions

Hello

We have a Delhi.pm Perl Monger Group in New Delhi, India. The group is almost  inactive for some years (except monthly mail of mailing list membership detail). I am trying to revive Delhi.pm and need suggestions from community.

I have already created a Google + page to spread the word. Actually, we have a mailing list but I assume that most of the members are either inactive or not working in Perl anymore.  I know many active Perl programmers in Delhi but they are not connected.

Do let me know your thoughts to make Delhi.pm active? Comments/advice are most welcome.

Thanks,

Resource on debugging, profiling and benchmarking in Perl

I am listing some of the online resource which really helped me to understand the debugging and profiling in Perl.

Profiling Perl by Simon Cozens

Dr. Dobbs Journel by brian d foy

Wasting time thinking about wasted time by brian d foy

Randal L. Schwartz column on Unix Review

Benchmarking your code by turnstep

Debugging and Profiling mod_perl Applications by Frank Wiles 

also do not forget to check chapter 4, 5, 6 of Mastering Perl Book and documentation on CPAN and perldoc.

Any Addition to this list is welcome.

Enjoy Perl.

 

Added:

Devel::Nytprof 

 Slides of Tim Bunce talk on Devel::NYTProf YAPC::EU August 2010

 

Perl Data Language (PDL) Release News

PDL 2.4.10 is released. Another great work from Chris Marshall and PDL Development Team. See this link for official announcement.

You can also checkout the first draft of the PDL book. For existing MATLAB users there is a very good guide which can help in migrating from MATLAB to PDL.

 

Enjoy the new PDL release and unleash the power of Perl for solving mathematical problems.

Good Luck!