18/04/16 23:07 by Barbie
The QA Hackathon (QAH) will be kicking off on Thursday morning this week, starting 4 days of intensive work on the CPAN toolchain, test frameworks, and other parts of the CPAN ecosystem. The participants will be gathering from all over the world on the Wednesday evening.
The QAH wouldn't be possible without the support of all of our generous sponsors. In this post we acknowledge the silver, bronze, and individual sponsors. Many of the Perl hackers taking part wouldn't be able to attend without your support. On behalf of the organisers and all attendees, thank you!
Infinity Interactive is a collection of passionate technologists who solve problems for a wide range of clients. Founded in 1998, Infinity now has over 30 employees spread across North America. While their “first love” will always be Perl, Infinity has expertise across a wide array of languages, technologies and platforms, from .NET to Node, Swift to Xamarin. A long time and fervent supporter of the open source and Perl communities, you may recognize their employees from their CPAN contributions and YAPC talks, including: ANELSON, DIZ, GENEHACK, JHANNAH, WOLFSAGE, and YANICK.
Perl Careers is a Perl-focused recruitment consultancy, run by a Peter Sergeant, a CPAN contributor (PAUSE id SARGIE) with a recruitment background, rather than by a non-technical person. Peter works with clients and candidates in London, the US, and Australia. Peter is not only sponsoring the QAH, he's attending it as well, to work on some of his Test modules.
By offering the best of traditional databases as well as the flexibility, scale, and performance required by today’s applications, MongoDB lets innovators deploy apps as big as they can possibly dream. From startups to enterprises, for the modern and the mission-critical, MongoDB is the database for giant ideas. MongoDB has offered a Perl driver since 2009 and is one of the only major next-generation database companies to offer an internally-developed and officially-supported Perl client. MongoDB believes in the Perl community; they regularly host Perl Meetups in their NYC office and send developers to major conferences. Look for David Golden’s talk on “Practical Consistency” at YAPC::NA 2016.
think project! is a cloud solution for cross-enterprise collaboration on projects. The name think project! stands for both highly-adaptable software as well as a team of specialists who tailor its implementation to meet individual requirements. think project! has used Perl and CPAN since the early 2000's. This has proven to be a good decision. For the last five years they have been proud to sponsor Perl events like the QAH.
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The Perl 6 Community.
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Eligo is a UK-based recruitment agency that specialises in a number of areas, including software development. Their Perl recruiter is Rick Deller, who has presented at a number of Perl events around Europe.
CAPSiDE is a systems engineering company specialized in technological consulting and professional services, counting with expert engineers about high availability systems, networks and software developing.
Procura serves local government with ICT projects in the Netherlands.
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We would also like to thank the following members of the Perl community, who made personal contributions. Thank you!