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Denny (5407)

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Denny (5407)

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Perl blogging , 2009.03.20 8:07 (0 comments)

My Perl-related rambling is mostly over here:
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Denny's Comments

Subject Datestamp Replies Score
Market Forces  2009.08.11 6:13  1
   attached to Journal Discussion: Dolphin Square - Why I Don't Want To Live There
Re:email bounces  2009.05.26 11:32 1 1
   attached to White Camel Awards 2009
Excellent work!  2009.05.26 10:42  1
   attached to Journal Discussion: Dig The New Breed
Honest MPs  2009.05.12 9:27  1
   attached to Journal Discussion: Hindsight is 20:20
Re:I'd love to help ...  2009.04.22 7:37 1 1
Re:I'd love to help ...  2009.04.22 6:43 2 1
Re:The right thing to do...  2009.04.22 6:40 3 1
   attached to Journal Discussion: Beautiful is better than ugly
Re:Task::Kensho no good?  2009.03.30 6:40  1
Task::Kensho no good?  2009.03.30 6:39 2 1
Re:How does PROPERL improve on Enlightened Perl?  2009.03.30 6:27  1
   attached to Journal Discussion: Perl is dead! Long live PROPERL!
Re: london.pm.org refresh  2009.02.17 7:01  1
   attached to Journal Discussion: london.pm.org refresh
Re:Who cares?  2009.02.09 8:30  1
Re:Who cares?  2009.02.09 8:26  1
Re: first impressions  2008.12.04 7:39  1
   attached to Journal Discussion: So What?
Environment and entertainment value  2007.05.16 5:31  1
   attached to Journal Discussion: A question...
Re:Storm in a teacup  2005.08.01 4:51  1
   attached to Journal Discussion: 2 things I hear as a Perl neophyte
Gainful employment...  2004.10.26 11:32  1
   attached to Journal Discussion: new Soap::Data::Builder
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