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System administrator, Perl hacker, author of "Unix System Management Primer Plus" (SAMS 2003), mod_parrot, extproc_perl, Authen::Krb4, Authen::Krb5.

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Saturday July 12, 2003
09:49 PM

Back where it all started

[ #13414 ]
I made it home from OSCON in one piece. George reminded me to post my slides, so I did so -- they're here in case you missed my talk, or just can't get enough. :)
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  • Very cool presentation. Wish I coulda been there. I didn't make the use.perl connection until just now, btw. Silly me.
    • i find that happens a lot. i recognize people's e-mail addresses before their real names. part of that overly complex geek social structure i guess...
    • saw your post to ruby-talk about the possibility of an extproc_ruby. you should know that i'm starting the extproc_parrot project, which will embed any language targeted to parrot in oracle and keep the whole thing managed under one project. of course something of general use won't be available until parrot is mature and has existing languages targeted to it, but i thought i'd get a head start. :)