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Want to flex your scripting skills? Also want a chance to win awesome prizes? If so, you should compete in Linux Showdown 8: “The Assembler” that TrueAbility is hosting!

TrueAbility was built with tech professionals in mind and has a vast community of Linux members. Everything from Linux challenges and self-assessments, to blog posts and Linux jobs can be found at TrueAbility.

We are launching an old school challenge to test tech pros' scripting skills and they are calling it their most difficult challenge EVER. It goes live on March 16th, so you have a few days to brush up your Hardware Programming Language: Assembly. The top 50 techs will advance to an even more challenging round 2.

Think you have what it takes to make it on their leaderboard and advance to round 2?

Lots of prizes are going to be given away! They range from Linux Foundation Certified Engineer Exam credits and TrueAbility Abilityscreens to DigitalOcean credits and even a D-Link AC3200 Ultra Wi-Fi Router. It doesn't cost anything to join in on the fun. Prove what you've got while winning awesome prizes. You won't want to miss this!

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The flow of control (or simply control flow) is how a program processes its instructions.
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Dist::Zilla::MVP::Assembler::Zilla(3pm) 		User Contributed Perl Documentation		   Dist::Zilla::MVP::Assembler::Zilla(3pm)

Dist::Zilla::MVP::Assembler::Zilla - Dist::Zilla::MVP::Assembler for the Dist::Zilla object VERSION
version 4.300020 OVERVIEW
This is a subclass of Dist::Zilla::MVP::Assembler used when assembling the Dist::Zilla object. It has a "zilla_class" attribute, which is used to determine what class of Dist::Zilla object to create. (This isn't very useful now, but will be in the future when minting and building use different subclasses of Dist::Zilla.) Upon construction, the assembler will create a Dist::Zilla::MVP::RootSection as the initial section. METHODS
zilla This method is a shortcut for retrieving the "zilla" from the root section. If called before that section has been finalized, it will result in an exception. register_stash $assembler->register_stash($name => $stash_object); This adds a stash to the assembler's zilla's stash registry -- unless the name is already taken, in which case an exception is raised. AUTHOR
This software is copyright (c) 2012 by Ricardo SIGNES. This is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify it under the same terms as the Perl 5 programming language system itself. perl v5.14.2 2012-06-21 Dist::Zilla::MVP::Assembler::Zilla(3pm)

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