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ajt (2546)

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UK based. Perl, XML/HTTP, SAP, Debian hacker.

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Wednesday March 23, 2005
04:02 AM

The Perl Review

[ #23802 ]

Yesterday when I got home, the current The Perl Review was waiting for me. I've not had time to read it yet, I've been working on setting up a Debian Sarge desktop system for my dad for the past few days, but it does look interesting from the cover.

I really must get my arse in gear and write brian the article I promised him. I have actually started writing it, but so far I've only got part way through the introduction and some of the notes.

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  • My copy of TPR arrived yesterday too. My wife suggested that since the envelope was plain brown, the neighbours would assume I was ordering porn. Perl porn - I like that.
    • I hadn't thought of that... Lots of ordinary stuff in the UK comes in plain brown envelopes, so I wouldn't have made the same connection.

      It's a thought, that if I write up a nice article on enterprise Perl usage, somewhere in the world when it arrives, someone will think that it's p0rn.

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      -- "It's not magic, it's work..."