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Just a simple [] guy, hacking Perl for fun and profit since way back in the last millenium. You may find me hanging around in the monestary [].

What am I working on right now? Probably the Sprog project [].

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Tuesday June 13, 2006
05:49 PM meeting

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We had around 20 people at last night's meeting - which is a healthy number. Any more and we'll need a bigger room.

Peter Love talked first about how he makes a living as a freelancer using Perl. Then it was my turn to talk about Test-Driven Development with Perl. That took longer than I'd intended but there were lots of questions and feedback along the way which is usually a good sign. I had fun using Gimp to decorate the slides - this was my favourite.

Next meeting will be on July 11th.

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  • I really liked the example you used for the slides.

    Did you have people in the audience telling you about bugs in the code before you reached the slide where you discover them with another test?

    • Bugs!?! What bugs?

      But seriously, yes, it was a very 'interactive' session.

      I didn't actually go through all the slides. When I got to the interactive demo bit, I started with a complete .t file but with'__END__' after each test - so only the first one ran (and failed). Then I interactively typed in the code to make the test pass; removed the next '__END__' and repeated. That worked pretty well for a start but I probably should have switched back to the slides after people began to get the idea.

      I'd h