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All the Perl that's Practical to Extract and Report

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  • I just got myself a copy of the ebook via the book page: []. Thankfully the PDF opens and displays properly in evince(1), so I can avoid using monstrous acroread.

    I'm looking forward to this book providing the breakthrough for me to move past the "strong interest stage" so I can confidently make use of Catalyst: profusely and extensively. Thanks!


  • Not sure how you feel about it, but the survey sites I run for YAPCs now is probably more than capable of collecting the data, if you wish to use it.

    At the moment the surveys require a login/keycode, but this can be automated in a two part process, by allowing someone to register basic details thus creating a login on the fly, then allowing them to complete the survey.

    Then your tools need only concentrate on analysing the data rather than asking the questions. The questions themselves are held in a YAML fil