Andrew Beverly

Ctrl O, London, United Kingdom

Andrew Beverly

CountryUnited Kingdom

Andy initially only programmed as a hobby, whilst being a full-time naval officer in the Royal Navy. He left last year to set up his own business (Ctrl O), and now provides a variety of applications as a service, all based around Dancer. All have been released open source, the most notable one being the Globally Accessible Data Store (GADS), which provides a very flexible web-based database and visualisation tool. Andy has also written the web software for InfoSaaS (in Dancer), and runs (which he would love to have the time to convert from PHP to Dancer!)


Talks by Andrew Beverly

Sep 22, 2016 17:00 - 17:05
Inspired by Jure's presentation, I also struggled with the complexity of popular open source monitoring tools. This is a brief overview of Admonitor, a quick and dirty monitoring tool that I wrote...
Sep 21, 2016 11:00 - 11:30
There are a number of ways to approach the internationalisation of a web application. I'm going to look at a method using Log::Report, which includes very comprehensive translation functionality....

Talks at previous conferences

Globally Accessible Data Store (GADS)

Perl Dancer Conference 2015