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David Farrell

David is the editor of Perl.com. An organizer of the New York Perl Meetup, he works for ZipRecruiter as a software developer, and sometimes tweets about Perl and Open Source.

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brian d foy

brian d foy is a Perl trainer and writer, and a senior editor at Perl.com. He’s the author of Mastering Perl, Mojolicious Web Clients, Learning Perl Exercises, and co-author of Programming Perl, Learning Perl, Intermediate Perl and Effective Perl Programming.

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Mohammad S Anwar

Mohammad is a CPAN contributor. He enjoys submitting pull requests and speaking at Perl Conferences. He runs the Perl Weekly Challenge. He is also co-editor of Perl Weekly newsletter. Find out more about him on his website.

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Timm Murray

Timm Murray is a Perl programmer and hardware specialist. He is the creator of UAV::Pilot the de-facto standard Perl drone library. He regularly blogs about Perl and hardware hacking.

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Dawn Wallis

Dawn is a Medical Research Programmer and Web Developer. She’s also a volunteer for the 2019 Perl Conference in Pittsburgh.

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Pete Sergeant

Pete is a CPAN author & contributor. He also runs Perl Jobs by Perl Careers.

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Andrew Shitov

Andrew is a Perl 6 and Raku enthusiast since around 2000, an author of a number of books, and the organiser or a lot of Perl and Raku events, including three annual European conferences. Currently working on his new book Creating a Compiler with Raku.

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Christopher White

Chris White is an experienced and productive inventor, public speaker, patent agent, computer engineer, demoscener, and software developer. He is currently building embedded Linux systems for D3 Engineering. He intermittently blogs about technology, music, and cheese.

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Felipe Gasper

Felipe Gasper has been writing Perl since the early 2000s and currently consults regularly for cPanel, L.L.C. He is also an experienced choral conductor, singer, and organist. In his spare time he enjoys movies, theater, “armchair linguistics”, and gaming.

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Joel Berger

Joel Berger is a scientist and Perl programmer. A core contributor to the Mojolicious web framework, he blogs frequently and can be found on Twitter.

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Kivanc Yazan

Kivanc is a software engineer at ZipRecruiter. He is interested in Semantic Web, Social Networks and CS Education. He regularly blogs about programming and computers.

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Mark Gardner

Mark helps professional Perl developers to engineer modern, disciplined applications in the cloud so that they can become experts that write easy-to-maintain code with confidence. He blogs at PhoenixTrap.com and works for HostGator as a software engineer.

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Olaf Alders

Dad, Perl hacker, occasional guitar slinger and crooner. Olaf is a founder of the MetaCPAN project.

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Sinan Unur

Sinan Unur is an economist and developer who specializes in the economics of health care. You can often find him blogging about programming, or answering questions on StackOverflow.

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Thibault Duponchelle

Thibault Duponchelle is a software developer. Mainly interested in GNU/Linux, Open Source, Perl, C and Assembly.

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Alexandru Strajeriu

Alex is a Perl developer at Evozon, a software company based in Romania. He’s been working in Perl for 9 years.

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Dave Jacoby

Dave is an organizer for Purdue Perl Mongers and works for Purdue University as a software developer

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Edoardo Mantovani

Still student, love maths, perl and cyber security. Special interests: cryptanalysis, formal verification and EMSEC

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Elizabeth Mattijsen

Developer in 🦋, 🐪, and many other (mostly now defunct) programming languages, Rakudo Perl 6 contributor and writer of Perl 6 Weekly.

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Moritz Lenz

Moritz Lenz is a software developer, architect, problem solver and author. He is a core contributor to the Perl 6 project, and has been dabbling with the language for ten years.

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Nadim Khemir

Nadim Khemir is a programmer living in Sweden

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Nick Tonkin

Journeyman Perl programmer standing on the shoulders of giants since 1995; husband, father, donkey farmer, general dilettante.

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Samuel Andras

Samuel is a marketing and business development consultant for BuiltinPerl and the Perl division at Evozon. He has written several articles on Perl and was also a volunteer at YAPC::EU 2016.

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Sawyer X

Sawyer X is the Perl 5 project lead (Pumpking). He’s based in Amsterdam, where he works for booking.com.

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Sundeep Agarwal

Sundeep Agarwal is addicted to writing books and reading fiction (mostly fantasy and sci-fi).

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