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paul.seamons

  • About: I blog about Perl.
  • Commented on Is the pro/con "Modern Perl" divide a symptom of Steve Yegge's "software political axis"?
    As another data point. I personally do not use Moose or other accessor generators or fields pragma or pseudo hashes. I personally do not use ORMs but I believe very much in a rigorous relational schema definition and love DBI...
  • Commented on Pre-Modern Perl VS Post-Modern Perl: FIGHT!
    @confuseAcat Civility is more about tone than it is about disagreement. Disagreeing may or may not be civil purely based on tone. Your tone is decidedly not civil....
  • Commented on Pre-Modern Perl VS Post-Modern Perl: FIGHT!
    @Gabor - thank you for chiming in. For myself, the bits that rile me up (though they shouldn't) are exactly the insinuations that if I don't use Moose then I must dislike change or I am not an early adopter...
  • Commented on Perl and self flagellation...
    I agree 100% with rlauer and Dave Shultz. The problems "modern" perl solves are interesting problems, but they are academic problems. They are not the problems I have seen actually be relevant in any of my own business scopes which...
  • Commented on I love pre-modern Perl and so should you, my introduction
    I would like to cast my vote in favor of what David Shultz is saying. I have not seen any modern perl enabling module actually solve a problem I was having. I am not completely opposed to Moo. However, if...
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