I cannot tell you how painful it was to go to that site. Camelia? A buttefly?! WTF!
All the talk about modern Perl and nice looking web sites for Perl was lost on somebody apparently.
Programming Perl Certificate Series
We're just now putting together the specifications of this series; stay tuned.
Estimated Release: December 2009
Anybody know anything about it?
I use NearlyFreeSpeech to host some sites. I saw that they ran Python side by side using two versions. So I asked the question about running 5.10 along with 5.8.8 and was told FBSD doesn't have it as an official port.
"The other reason for choosing Java was that after the release of 1.5 it is much like Perl in terms of data structures (aka Collections) and ease of programming, but more efficient and faster."
I don't know if I was just so comfortable with the old O'Reilly site layout or it's a nebulous something "else" but I am finding it really hard to like the new layout.
I will start this off by saying I like and respect this person as a Java developer.
[me] $coworker is having problems with the CLASSPATH on the command line.
[dev] I don't know how to do that either.
[dev] eclipse takes care of that for me and I haven't had to do that in years.
There is the "standard" way to do Perl objects and there are these things called InsideOut objects that Object::InsideOut and Class::InsideOut help you with.
Do Perl programmers just stick with the "standard" or is InsideOut being used more?
I know there is Moose as well...
This is my blog. There are many like it, but this one is mine. It is my life. I must master it as I must master my life. Without me, my blog is useless. Without my blog, I am useless. My blog is human, even as I am human, because it is my life. Thus, I will learn it as a brother. I will learn its weaknesses and its strengths. I will keep my blog clean and ready, even as I am clean and ready. We will become part of each other.
A really good friend of mine was complaining about not feeling well yesterday. Today he is in a coma because of a brain tumor. Holy crap I have no idea sometimes.
Well, I interviewed with a Perl company in the DC area. They do mod_perl stuff and are pretty much a Perl only shop. It is a great opportunity to jump deeply in the Perl side. They use Perl and Debian plus some XEN stuff. I like the people I met, the company mission, the $$$ package (includes stock options). I just have to think about "the drive" to and from work. Oh and that would only be 3 days a week. I get to telecommute Tues and Thurs which works great for the family Tae Kwon Do work outs.
Think think think