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XML::Compile with an Extension Namespace

Starting this May, mortgage folk are going to be required to send Freddie and Fannie data including additional data points in ULDD phase 3 extension. At face value, adding these additional data points shouldn’t be a big deal at all. However, the legacy code I’m maintaining used XML::Compile to generate code. For various and sondry reasons — which I will not go into here — XML::Compile in the code I’m maintaining was in a place where it was extremely difficult to add XML elements that weren’t included in the original base Mismo 3. Read more...

Posted: Tue, Feb 19, 2019, Words: ~400, Reading Time: 2 min

Résumé for Michael Wayne Arnold

Technical Projects 🖥 GitHub Profile 🤓 Tech Writings Contact Information 📧 michael@rnold.info Education Master of Divinity (M.Div.) Vanderbilt University (May 2019) Concentration: Chaplaincy Bachelor of Science in Business Administration The University of Alabama (December 2006) Majors: Management Information Systems & German Minor: Computer Science Experience Data Engineer III, Citizens Bank, Franklin, TN, USA November 2018 - Present Built microservices in Python 3 to process, cleanse, and validate data coming in to the organization Built a custom extract generation system in Python 3 to quickly and easily generate files of various formats for external distribution Established CI/CD practices using GitLab CI, Pre-Commit, and other tools to ensure quality code and quick delivery of value to stakeholders Worked with Kafka and Avro to facilitate an event-driven architecture between microservices Lead Consultant, Arnold Technology Consulting, Nashville, TN. Read more...

Posted: Tue, Jan 22, 2019, Words: ~2000, Reading Time: 10 min

Perfect Perl Kwalitee

In the time since Date::Lectionary was added to CPAN, I’ve been working hard to get a perfect Kwalitee score and make a really solid distribution. Documentation on how to make a module are all over the place and I’ve yet to see a good, single article or post to explain how to do it. This is my attempt, I hope you find it useful. Required Files README I like keeping my POD within the code of the module I’m developing and having the README file(s) automatically generated from that. Read more...

Posted: Mon, Apr 23, 2018, Words: ~900, Reading Time: 4 min

My WSL Perl Development Environment

Recently I bought a little Windows tablet on sale for $60 as a device to play around with Windows 10 on and for — hopefully — testing a future UWP or PWA Windows version of LectServe. I’ll give a review of the NuVision tablet at some point in the future, but after I spent two! days getting Windows updated to the newest release, I quickly enabled the Windows subsystem for Linux and installed Debian. Read more...

Posted: Sat, Mar 24, 2018, Words: ~400, Reading Time: 2 min

LectServe: An Online Lectionary

Back in late February of this year the Liturgy and Common Worship Task Force of the Anglican Church in North America (ACNA) released an initial version of a lectionary for the upcoming ACNA Book of Common Prayer (BCP). As an Anglican seminarian, I was, naturally, very intrigued by the new lectionary. Though my parish doesn’t — yet? — use the new lectionary, looking at the PDF document released by the Task Force made me immediately clear that anyone wanting to use the new lectionary would need something more. Read more...

Posted: Fri, Dec 30, 2016, Words: ~1200, Reading Time: 6 min