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All the Perl that's Practical to Extract and Report

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  • In my situation it's kind of the reverse. I considered myself a great Perl programmer but I was surrounded by much better programmers in general. This gave me lots of humility and folks to absorb info from as well as bounce ideas off.

    Now, I'm basically one of the best programmers at my company. My boss is good but not at my level, especially when it comes to Perl.

    I guess I like the idea of having programmers at my level around me, makes it easier when you stumble and fall. Then again if I don't set myself up as a god of a programmer the distance to earth won't hurt so much.