Tim Bunce

Tim Bunce

  • @timbunce

Areas of Expertise:

  • perl
  • databases
  • performance
  • dbi
  • nytprof
  • consulting
  • speaking
  • programming
  • training
  • writing
Tim Bunce is best known as the author and maintainer of the Perl DBI module, the standard database interface for Perl since 1994. He has contributed to the development of the Perl language and many of its core modules since 1994, and was responsible for the 5.4.x series of maintenance releases.

As the founder and CTO of Data-Plan Services, he provides Perl, database, performance, and scaling consultancy services to an international client base. Prior to that we was Technical Director (CTO) of IG in the UK where he was awarded by British Telecom for his role in the rapid development of their Call Management Information service, a system implemented in Perl.

He is co-author, along with Alligator Descartes, of Programming the Perl DBI, the definitive book on DBI, published by O�Reilly Media.

A popular and effective speaker, he has delivered tutorials and sessions for many years at OSCON and other conferences and workshops.

He lives, with his wife and two daughters, on the west coast of Ireland.

Programming the Perl DBI Programming the Perl DBI
by Alligator Descartes, Tim Bunce
February 2000
Print: $39.99
Ebook: $31.99

Tim blogs at:

Querkles

May 27 2015

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Protecting health through open data management principles

May 27 2015

Register for the free webcast, “Life Streams, Walled Gardens, and the Internet of Living Things.” Brigitte Piniewski and Hagen Finley will discuss the Internet of Living Things, what makes sensoring and monitoring data emanating from our bodies unique, and why … read more

Protecting health through open data management principles

May 27 2015

Register for the free webcast, “Life Streams, Walled Gardens, and the Internet of Living Things.” Brigitte Piniewski and Hagen Finley will discuss the Internet of Living Things, what makes sensoring and monitoring data emanating from our bodies unique, and why … read more

Dior and I

May 27 2015

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Migrating a complex search query from DBIx::Class to Elasticsearch

August 15 2014

At the heart of one of our major web applications at TigerLead is a property listing search. The search supports all the obvious criteria, like price range and bedrooms, more complex ones like school districts, plus a “full-text” search field. … Continue reading → read more