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José Luis Martínez

Paws, a Perl SDK for AWS

There was not a Perl SDK for AWS and, as we are heavy AWS users, we needed native Perl support for all AWS services. So we developed Paws, a data-driven open-sourced SDK that takes advantage of modern Perl. Discover the perks of using Paws and contribute!

There was not a Perl SDK for AWS and, as we are heavy AWS users, we needed native Perl support for all AWS services. So we developed Paws, a data-driven open-sourced SDK that takes advantage of modern Perl. Discover the perks of using Paws and contribute!

By José Luis Martínez | July 28, 2017

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CloudCron, an Open Source solution to run a cron on AWS

If you've ever searched for a way to run a cron on AWS, surely you haven't found anything to easily implement while being cost-effective. We've been on that road too many times as well. That's why we have developed CloudCron, a simple distributed, cost-effective, backwards-compatible, cloud-friendly cron to run on AWS. And, guess what, it is also now being open sourced!

There was not a Perl SDK for AWS and, as we are heavy AWS users, we needed native Perl support for all AWS services. So we developed Paws, a data-driven open-sourced SDK that takes advantage of modern Perl. Discover the perks of using Paws and contribute!

By José Luis Martínez | June 12, 2017

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Sponsoring the Perl Toolchain Summit

I'm glad to announce that, again, we are sponsoring the Perl Toolchain Summit. Until this year, this coding workshop was known as the Perl QA Hackathon, a series of annual events. It is our second year sponsoring the “Quality Assurance” Perl Hackathon, and last year we even sent one of our Perl engineers to work hands-on with the rest of the participants.

There was not a Perl SDK for AWS and, as we are heavy AWS users, we needed native Perl support for all AWS services. So we developed Paws, a data-driven open-sourced SDK that takes advantage of modern Perl. Discover the perks of using Paws and contribute!

By José Luis Martínez | May 10, 2017

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Sponsoring the 2016 Perl QA Hackathon

I'm proud to announce that we are sponsoring the 2016 Perl QA Hackathon. The "Quality Assurance" Hackathon is a place where outstanding Perl hackers reunite for 3 days to talk about the Perl toolchain and get stuff done. These are not the only days that the toolchain is worked upon (it's worked upon all year, really), but face to face work and discussions get things done and agreed upon faster, so it's important that this event happens.

There was not a Perl SDK for AWS and, as we are heavy AWS users, we needed native Perl support for all AWS services. So we developed Paws, a data-driven open-sourced SDK that takes advantage of modern Perl. Discover the perks of using Paws and contribute!

By José Luis Martínez | April 21, 2016

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Cómo sacarte el título de DevOps... espera ¿un título?

There was not a Perl SDK for AWS and, as we are heavy AWS users, we needed native Perl support for all AWS services. So we developed Paws, a data-driven open-sourced SDK that takes advantage of modern Perl. Discover the perks of using Paws and contribute!

By José Luis Martínez | November 17, 2014

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Distributing keypairs across Amazon Web Services regions

There was not a Perl SDK for AWS and, as we are heavy AWS users, we needed native Perl support for all AWS services. So we developed Paws, a data-driven open-sourced SDK that takes advantage of modern Perl. Discover the perks of using Paws and contribute!

By José Luis Martínez | January 16, 2014

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Routing problems using Windows as a VPN server in EC2

There was not a Perl SDK for AWS and, as we are heavy AWS users, we needed native Perl support for all AWS services. So we developed Paws, a data-driven open-sourced SDK that takes advantage of modern Perl. Discover the perks of using Paws and contribute!

By José Luis Martínez | November 29, 2013

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Qué se espera de un proveedor

There was not a Perl SDK for AWS and, as we are heavy AWS users, we needed native Perl support for all AWS services. So we developed Paws, a data-driven open-sourced SDK that takes advantage of modern Perl. Discover the perks of using Paws and contribute!

By José Luis Martínez | November 27, 2013

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Adopting Open Source software

As time goes by and the company changes around the tool, new requisites and needs arise. Discover what it takes to adopt open source technology.

There was not a Perl SDK for AWS and, as we are heavy AWS users, we needed native Perl support for all AWS services. So we developed Paws, a data-driven open-sourced SDK that takes advantage of modern Perl. Discover the perks of using Paws and contribute!

By José Luis Martínez | October 13, 2011

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