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Tim Bunce (2254)

Tim Bunce
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Tim Bunce (2254)

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Got myself a blog, finally , 2008.02.06 10:20 (0 comments)

I've finally taken the plunge and created a blog.

If you may be interested, you can find it at ...

Tim Bunce's Latest 24 of 35 Comments

Subject Datestamp Replies Score
Integrate with DashProfiler?  2010.07.25 6:06  1
   attached to Journal Discussion: Profiling your website while live on a production cluster
Re:what about catching the warnings?  2010.04.08 7:56 1 1
   attached to Journal Discussion: I don't want to be forced into your damned warning policy
Perl-ish-ness - What makes Perl Perl?  2009.11.09 4:21  1
   attached to Journal Discussion: The "Perl 6 is not Perl" meme
Thanks  2009.08.12 11:33  1
   attached to Journal Discussion: The PAUSE protection response to Perlmonks is completed
Congratulations!  2009.08.09 16:28  1
   attached to Journal Discussion: YAPC:EU::2009 Was Truly Magical
Could cpantesters run smoke testing on these?  2010.08.31 16:53  1
   attached to Journal Discussion: Microsoft Open Source Network CPAN Author Lab is now open
YouTube: fast route to SuperCollider Programming  2009.05.18 3:58 1 1
   attached to Journal Discussion: SuperCollider Programming
Mechanism vs Policy  2009.04.14 10:41 1 1
   attached to Journal Discussion: Not All Features Are Useful (Moose Roles)
Word is spreading  2009.03.18 5:56  1
   attached to Journal Discussion: This Is Obviously Bad Evangelism
Feel cleaner with $^P...  2008.07.24 11:42 2 1
   attached to Journal Discussion: Buggered by the Debugger
Excellent, Mr Schwern, as usual.  2008.06.18 3:37 1 1
   attached to Journal Discussion: "Perl is unDead"
Track that data in a csv file in the source?  2008.06.16 5:14 1 1
   attached to Journal Discussion: Rakudo test suite progress
Re:What do you really mean by 'binary data'?  2008.05.06 4:29  1
What do you really mean by 'binary data'?  2008.05.06 4:27 1 1
   attached to Journal Discussion: Binary data in JSON?
Should we say Perl programming on a Perl blog?  2008.04.30 15:02 2 1
   attached to Journal Discussion: A Perl blog about programming Perl
Keep up the good work  2008.04.21 4:04  1
   attached to Journal Discussion: It's Cheaper at Compile Time
Automate further with vim -q  2008.04.07 3:26  1
   attached to Journal Discussion: Automatically Edit All Failing Tests
Comparative Language Job Trend Graphs  2008.02.11 19:56  1
   attached to Journal Discussion: "Tired of FUD" Followup: Where the Jobs Are
Re:Memcached::libmemcached  2008.01.16 10:28  1
Memcached::libmemcached  2008.01.16 4:22 1 1
   attached to Journal Discussion: Introducing Cache::Memcached::LibMemcached
Re:Throw "PHP developer" in there  2008.01.04 3:59 1 1
   attached to Journal Discussion: Comparative Job Trend Graphs
Comparative Job Trend Graphs  2008.01.02 7:31  1
   attached to Journal Discussion: 2007 report
DBI release is in the works  2007.10.16 8:39  1
   attached to Journal Discussion: use_ok() fix to Test::More going back REAL SOON NOW!
Re:Moose Roles  2007.05.13 10:19  1
   attached to Journal Discussion: javap Perl 5 grammar
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