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All the Perl that's Practical to Extract and Report

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  • ...personally, I've found the dual approach ideal. Even when I wasn't taking a class that was directly Perl-related, I posted about school (and from school).

    I kind of try to filter anything I'm thinking about Perl (well, anything that isn't pure fanboyishness, that I save for my livejournal) and anything I was thinking about school into my use.perl; journal. (With a certain granularity difference; school-stuff had to be at least about an assignment as a whole, nothing too detail-oriented as a rule. Anything Perl is free game, including stupid bugs I left in code, errors I don't know how to work around, how my experience with a module is going, etc. I'm worried about making the same stupid mistakes over and over.)

    Now that my job hunt's (sort of) over, I'm just talking about the code for my final project. After that, I'll (surprisingly) feel very relieved to start working on the Perl/Tk interface to use.perl; journals again. :)

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