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Terrence Brannon has interests in business object design.

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Saturday March 02, 2002
08:17 AM

SAX - a new road in XML?

I am still in search of one XML module that is simple yet powerful and will take me a long way. I am going crazy. I just downloaded everything that has the word "SAX" in it and I hope to find my magic bullet there. And the only thing you can infer about that it is that it is something other than the ones I am going to look at today.
Monday February 18, 2002
09:38 AM

Class::MakeMethods rocks the house

Wow, this module is a complete tour-de-force. If the flexibility and power of Perl objects is one of Perl's strengths then just imagine how awesome this module is for providing concise yet comprehense and flexible access to Perl method making. I created a sig for myself just because of this module: $terrence->{brannon} = Class::MakeMethods -> hacker (type => 'just another');
Tuesday January 08, 2002
01:50 PM

Parse::RecDescent::FAQ is 30k + now

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This is my first journal entry. I am just trying it out. But to make this look important, I should mention that the Parse::RecDescent FAQ is now over 30k.

I wonder if it should turn into a book at some point? I don't have a job, so now would be a good time to write one... I got an offer to do a book on DBI, and I want to do one based on on application design rather than nuts-and-bolts DBI...