Whatever "side" you are on.
That would be today (2006-11-07) in the United States. : )
I use Tcl/Tk at work as well as Perl and a new version (8.5) is just around the corner. The link below describes some of the changes occuring in 8.5.
I also know that the Tcl Core Team will be putting OO hooks into the Tcl core (8.6). It will be its own OO language construct but its overall goal is to allow other OO frameworks to get their hooks into the core by using it. Once in, this will filter into the tcllib packages making them more robust.
Oh, and "Tile", which will make Tk themeable is coming as well.
Some cool stuff...
Recently, I have been thinking about Perl contracting jobs. I have never really considered going to solo route before. Is it unreasonable to expect 60-70k+ after all is said and done?
What has been your experience in the realm of being a full-time Perl contractor?
I have to use a substr I think.
In one table I have a record like:
and in another table I have the records like:
I need to be able to match the second one to the first one and SQL is not my forte yet.
I think that the Perl community (or those that can hack C++) should throw their weight behind wxGlade and wxPerl. Perl/Tk is okay but showing its age and while there is a newer way to get the good Tk stuff with Tkx, I think wx is the way to go.
Just what I think...
This is what I see:
Required skills: Perl, Unix, Linus, JSP
I wonder what they want to know about Linus? His views on the GPL3 or maybe kernel stuff?
In my web surfing tonight I came upon a reference to this module:
I wonder how many Perlers actually use something like this? I always thought m-line comments to be handy.
Is Perl6 going to have multi-line comments?