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Mohammad S Anwar

  • Website: www.manwar.org/
  • About: CPAN Contributor. Co-editor of Perl Weekly newsletter. Run Perl Weekly Challenge @PerlWChallenge. Father of 3 angels. Indian by birth, British by choice.
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  • Neil Bowers commented on Monthly Report - November

    I'm happy to hear you're getting more sleep! It was your talk about the work you put into running the Perl weekly challenge that shocked me into sending you that book.

  • varun sharma commented on MooX::Pression — now much faster

    Thanks for sharing such a nice post.

  • JackB commented on AgoraCart "Route 66" Version Released

    I have a similar experience with Perl development. It's hard to watch every new project go to a new language or new framework. A lot of projects I've worked on have gone to Angular. A lot of back-end has gone to Python. It's just discouraging. It feels as though a 20 year wealth of knowledge, experience and code is losing value by the minute.

  • Ryan Thompson commented on Rotation in R^2 - CY's take on PWC#053 Task 1

    I agree with Mohammad. It's great to see you blogging now not once but twice per week, and really putting some thought into your solutions.

    I hope you didn't feel I was too hard on you in Week 049. I really loved the solution.

  • kimperly commented on Help CPAN Testers During meta::hack v2

    Do you need a hacker to hack into your cheating ass account or do you want us to hack into the following account such as.
    2-gmail hack
    3-whatsapp hack
    4-website hack
    5-tracking calls
    6-online hacking lectures
    7-phone clone
    8-online records changes
    9-retrival of hacked social media account
    10 ATM merchine hack/password from any Email Address.
    11 Get any password from any Facebook, Twitter or Instagram account.
    12 Cell phone hacking (whatsapp, viber, line, wechat, etc)
    13 Grades changes (institutes an…

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