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All the Perl that's Practical to Extract and Report

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  • My boss and I used to walk into each other's office saying "I need a brick wall to talk to" with the same meaning. (Sometimes, the person listening would ask a question that directed the person with the problem into the right frame of mind. But usually, just having a listener capable of noticing when you glossed over issues was sufficient to force you to make sure you challenged all your own assumptions as you stated them - i.e. the problem would have been solved [most of the time] if the question had bee
  • Pragmatic Programmer suggests the same sort of things, but s/bear/duck/, specifically rubber.

    my duck []: So far, so good.