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jonasbn (1153)

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Perl Programmer located in Copenhagen, Denmark. Active member of Copenhagen Perl Mongers.

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Journal of jonasbn (1153)

Tuesday January 27, 2004
03:34 AM

PHP - and a taste of a new flavour

[ #17031 ]

Yesterday I had a meeting with a guy who wants me to do freelance programming for his company. While I was there he asked me to have a look at dotproject. He had installed lastest and greatest from CVS [http://dotproject.sf.net].

Well I have not coded any PHP in a VERY long time, but I managed to fix the bug and I sent of a patch to the dotproject developers (the bug was in an applied patch).

The patch was not pretty, but at least the real PHP guys can use it for inspiration.

So my first experience working with PHP in a long time and as a freelancer (if you can call that work) was really good. Lets hope there are some Perl tasks out there too.

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