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Tuesday May 16, 2006
07:41 PM

Podcast and upload of my "Perl Best Practices" talk

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  • Hmm. What next, Pierre Menard [wikipedia.org], author of Perl Best Practices? Or will Merlyn reproduce Quixote, but more ironic than even Menard's reproduction?

    I'm sure I'll enjoy the MP3 when I have quiet time to listen. Flicking through the slides was a pleasant reminder of both the Damian's message and Randal's light touch. Borges was right, the interpretation with a different perspective does bring new meaning.

    Certainly if I was going to give any profit to Amazon [plover.com], doing it through Randal's link would be nearly as

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    Bill
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  • I went over the slides. It's a very nice presentation. Thanks for making it available!

  • I would be interested in hearing some of your dissenting opinions on some of the practices. Not being very experienced in Perl and having the book I can see why Damian says what he does.

    Maybe dissentions make for too long of talks though...