I've found a half dozen english language perl advent calendars, starting with the original perl advent calendar. For extra fun I've included another half dozen Japanese language calendars -- I can still read the perl it's just the prose that is lost in translation.
Ricardo (RJBS) has taken over the Perl Advent calendar this year, which is awesome. Sadly, that means he won't be doing his own "month of rjbs" calendar. I've added a link to his 2010 calendar, in case you missed it the first time around. He's starting the month with Day 1: cpanm and local::lib.
For a second year, Miyagawa has skipped updating plack advent calendar. Check out the 2009 edition linked below. He has given us plenty of other presents this year: Carton, etc.
- Perl Advent
- (Formerly the perladvent.pm.org calendar)
- Perl Dancer -- the dancer mini web framework
- Catalyst Advent Calendar -- The Catalyst Web Framework
- Perl 6
- For the adventurous: Japanese Perl Advent Calendars, 8 different tracks!
- AnySan Track
- Casual Track
- dbix Track
- English Track
- Hacker Track
- Test Track
- Acme Track
- Teng Track
- Amon2 Track
- AnySan Track
- Ricardo's 2010 advent calendar -- a month of RJBS
- 2009 Plack calendar
One bonus list, for the sysadmin in your life:
- SysAdvent - The Sysadmin Advent Calendar.
Evil: If I were creating the world I wouldn't mess about with butterflies and daffodils. I would have started with lasers, eight o'clock, Day One!
-- Time Bandits