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All the Perl that's Practical to Extract and Report

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  • Look, I tried to learn Object-Oriented design. I really did. I knew software engineering was absolutely the most important area in my studies. I shelled out thousands of dollars for a bachelor's degree and most of a master's degree. I took software engineering as an undergrad and got a jerk of a professor who didn't teach a thing. He was the only unsatisfactory professor I had. At the end of the course I seriously considered going to the dean's office and demanding my money back and credit for the cou

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    J. David works really hard, has a passion for writing good software, and knows many of the world's best Perl programmers

    • Yeah. I hear ya. I don't think universities can teach computer security either. Sometimes, in some fields, the text books rock. I adored anthropology. The algorithms book I walked away from CSci with was... well, it was technically correct, but within the confines of that, it was as utterly unhelpful as it possibly could be. Java programmers, being interested in a career, go through Csci, but it's in the field, and from books off amazon.com, that they learn this stuff, just like the C++ programers bef