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All the Perl that's Practical to Extract and Report

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  • which ended with the audience voting strongly in favor of the development of a certification procedure for Perl programmers?

    like all business there must be a demand. Is this a solution to a problem created by demand OR is it a solution looking for a problem created to make demand?

    I looked at this article [teachmeperl.com] and it reported an audience of what 200 bods, (100 for, 7 against). Then I read ...

    ... Perl community developing a Certification Program for Perl Programmers ...

    is 100/200 a representitive of the perl community? I have no problem with business but dont try to stamp a commercial product as *officially endorsed* endoresed product of the *Perl community*.

    I suspect without the *official stamp* the business model I dare say a bit weak.

    <rant> What does the Perl community care for *official* certification when you have source code [perl.com], documentation [linuxgazette.net] and Internet connection and some good reading [perldoc.com]? </rant>

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