Haven’t been paying much attention to Catalyst of late, as I’ve been up to my neck in ChIPseq data. Just noticed there’s a new book out: The Definitive Guide to Catalyst.
It’s written by Catalyst’s leading doc author Kieren Diment and Matt “mst” Trout, Catalyst core dev, author of DBIx::Class and general purveyor of Perly awesomeness.
If you’re buying a copy, they ask that you do so via http://www.amazon.com or amazon.co.uk (or equivalent link for other countries) so that the affiliate profits go to The Enlightened Perl Organisation. Matt Trout has also pledged to give his share of the profits to the EPO.
Haven’t actually read the book yet, so this is just an FYI, not a recommendation. Will report back once I’ve had a look at it.