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  • No more TPJ. (Score:4, Informative)

    by barryp (2829) on 2002.08.17 12:35 (#11891) Homepage
    If this is true, then it really is bad news. All the more reason to get behind the folks at The Perl Review [theperlreview.com]. By the way, TPJ back-issue archives are available here [sysadminmag.com]. Let's hope they stay available.
    • I knew it was a bad sign when TPJ disappeared into the back pages of Sys Admin, and customers kept looking at me with disbelief when I'd ask if they'd seen my company's training ads [teachmeperl.com] there!

      As I told Jon Orwant himself over Chinese food during YAPC, all us JAPHs owe him a great debt of gratitude for creating this (once) magnificent resource, that was so instrumental in developing our community.

      Moreover, I'd venture to say that all readers of contemporary technical literature are similarly indebted to him,

      --

      Dr. Tim Maher
      CEO, Consultix
      Perl and UNIX Training [teachmeperl.com]
    • Do you think that I should buy the archive CD now or wait and hope for a complete TPJ archive after they cease production?
    • As a newbie in Perl I found many good articles on TPJ. I just hope somebody can take over the TPJ from CMP might be Oreilly. Don't die TPJ :(