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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 December 03, 2002
03:33 PM

Perl to the Rescue

[ #9253 ]

I have been coding VB.NET for quite some time now on this project implementing some Web services.

I have made all the functional tests in Perl (See november 22nd.).

Well today a consultant asked me to make a benchmark on one of the webservices (there are between 20 and 30). I told him that the webservice currently was running against a development database, so I would not be able to give an accurate picture... well anyway using the Benchmark module it took five minutes - the consultant got his benchmark, I was once against amazed by Perl, the backside was after 5 minutes I could go back to coding VB.NET.

Heh I am not to bright am I?

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