For such a small amount of code, the ::Tiny family of modules
have caused a large amount of controversy (and flame wars).
Although started by accident with Config::Tiny, patterns have
emerged as the collection has grown, and a surprising accumulation
of research is showing how, where and why these small chunks of
crippled code are so successful.
In this talk, discover the next iteration of Less is More.
Attended by: Philippe Bruhat (BooK), Sébastien Aperghis-Tramoni (Maddingue), Stéphane Payrard (cognominal), Gianni Ceccarelli (dakkar), José Castro (cog), mirod, Lars Thegler (tagg), Salvador Fandiño (salva), Tina Müller (tinita), Christian Borup (borup), Jesse Vincent, Roman Baumer (rba), Juerd Waalboer, Henrik Andersen (HEM), allan dystrup (ady), Søren Døygaard, Peter Makholm (brother), Cristina Nunes (mega), David Jack Wange Olrik (davidolrik), Ævar Arnfjörð Bjarmason (avar), Alex Kapranoff (kappa), David Leadbeater (dg), Alex Balhatchet (Kaoru), Herbert Breunung (lichtkind), Adam Kennedy (Alias), Steffen Mueller, Stefan Hanski, Patrick Donelan (patspam), Bart Lateur, Morten Meyling, Roel de Cock,