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All the Perl that's Practical to Extract and Report

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  • When I was reading all this "Perl is dying" blogs in the last days, I was fairly shocked. WTF is going on with you guys? Winter Depression? Comparing Perl with Cobol and tell the world Perl is dying because some crappy Top10 I never heard about before say so? Perl is a really cool programing language, IMHO the most flexible one on the market. It's the standard tool for every serious Unix admin (and many Windows admins too) and I know many great Software Developer who're (still) in love with Perl - even if t
    • Your English is fine. No worries :)

      I do agree with your approach. We did this at one of my former companies and it worked fine. Subsequent employers have been very resistant because they assume they can get good developers out of the box. Still, I'm happy to hear that you and others are still encouraging ways to deal with some of the shortcomings we face. Thank you!