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Journal of kentaro (6268)

Wednesday November 01, 2006
12:59 PM

Hello! use Perl;

[ #31475 ]
These days, a never-seen-before boom to blog on use Perl; is brought to Japanese Perl hackers, so I take on them and also start blogging about Perl-related topics here.
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  • When I saw your handle, that's the first thing I thought of ... I love the set w/ the shamisen [aurgasm.us]!

    Welcome aboard! (^_^)

    - Jason
    • Thanks a lot for the first comment!

      Well, I've heard there is a DJ called DJ Kentaro, Kentaro is also a name for me, but not been familiar with him. Instead I'm mainly interested in pop music like Beck, Jim O'rourke and bunch of musicians in Hello! Product.

      I love them so much that I created and maintain such a module named Acme::MorningMusume. You can see it on CPAN.
      • A lot of Japanese users are signing up, nice. Welcome! I'm new to use Perl; too (I love it already). :-)
        --
        Imagination is more important than knowledge. -- Albert Einstein
      • That is Hello! Project, not Hello! Project. Just a typo...
    • I thought of one of the winners of the last Amazing Race reality show series, who made a documentary called "Kentaro walks Japan."

      It means "golden-haired boy," right? Or am I wrong?

      --
      J. David works really hard, has a passion for writing good software, and knows many of the world's best Perl programmers
      • I think the video you mentioned is "K*i*ntaro Walks Japan" not "K*e*ntaro walks Japan" ;)

        As you said, K*i*ntaro may be named after his appearance. "kin" means gold and "taro" is a name generally for male. So Kintaro means "golden-haired boy".