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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 October 08, 2002
04:01 AM

The Hangover Development Methodology

[ #8239 ]

I was visiting a friend this weekend whom lives in another part of Denmark. Going there by train I had the magnificent of working on the train - the laptop is indeed an incredible invention :)

I normally seem to get a great deal done while travelling - which remind me of the dragonslayers whom really GOT a lot done travelling.

Anyway after a whole day of computing with my friend. We played around with a webcam and OS X, and we got it to work but apparently the ISP's FTP server did not like the software so we went to town and got drunk.

So sunday I coded an FTP thingie in Perl with a hangover in about ten minutes to solve the FTP problem - weird experience, but hangover seemed to enhance the 'lazyness' feeling, which is one of the programmers virtues.

I might have to dig into some more experimentation in this field...

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