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

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Monday August 01, 2005
10:41 AM

Article Output

[ #26013 ]

I was asked to write an article about our two recent visits from Randal Schwartz and Stas Bekman. So I whipped together a two-page piece in an hour.

I was asked to do one page, but how do you keep to one page?

According to the review guide from the PerlReview a review should be 300-400 words - I did 743 (including notes).

I am planning to write some reviews of some of the new Perl books for the Copenhagen Perl Mongers website - so I need to learn to keep the number of words down.

Suggestions are welcome...

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