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  • Commented on Ditching A Language
    On the other hand, if I remember correctly, Youporn switched in 2012 too and successfully. Everybody always points out Netscape - and yet some projects manage a rewrite successfully. I'd say it's a lot more interesting to look what they...
  • Commented on p5-mop, a gentle introduction
    I was mostly professing my greed to have it sooner rather than later. :) I like mop-redux and as one of "us common perl folks" and "regular users" I'd appreciate it a lot if we'd finally have SOMETHING released with...
  • Commented on p5-mop, a gentle introduction
    I've installed and tried it, too - works nicely. "Can I have it?" "Are we there yet?" "Will it be in 5.18.2?" "Can I have it with 5.20?" "Are we there yet?" ... :) Please please really add it to...
  • Posted If you talk about it, people want to buy it to Su-Shee

    This is what you get after only 2 days of Perl version numbering scheme discussions - #perl on freenode:

    10:17 someone> i have been hearing rumors about a certain Perl 7.0
    10:18 someone> is it true? Any links / confirmation about that ?

    10:21 someone> last time i was in…

  • Posted A little help in VIM... to Su-Shee
  • Commented on JavaScript: The Good Parts
    I recommend Crockford's GREAT 6 lessons video about JavaScript - everything good and bad explained in detail and sugarcoated with computing history. Also, "JavaScript Pattern" (O'Reilly as well) is an excellent follow-up as it takes the ideas of the "Good...
  • Commented on And suddenly, you're hip
    You realize that we're trying every day and just right now on hackernews (again) and that CPAN is mentioned literally _every_ time someone says anything about Perl? :) Also, neither Lisp, nor C nor Smalltalk nor Erlang are "modern" languages...
  • Commented on And suddenly, you're hip
    Zby: I didn't say I like it. I'm just pretty sure it has some influence. It also might be, that I'm wrong entirely and the way to go is tone everything down and focus on the serious side and just...
  • Commented on And suddenly, you're hip
    Leave it on the shelf.. :) Go directly to chromatic's "Modern Perl": Modern Perl...
  • Posted Random Contest & Event Ideas to Su-Shee

    Regarding my previous post "And suddenly you're hip"....

    First of all: Finally accept that there are two Perls now. 5 and 6. Period. The world needs more Perl - here we have it. :) None of the two will go…

  • Posted And suddenly, you're hip to Su-Shee

    Addition: I've made a more detailed list of event ideas.

    This Perl marketing thing you know.. I'm really thinking about it every day. I've always wondered how those mechanism of "being THE it-language…

  • Commented on Writing Large Systems in Perl is a Privilege Not A Right
    In any other language mistakes and problems like bad architectural decisions never corrected overly complicated and uber-abstracted OO mis-understood or mindlessly (randomly) applied Design Pattern never designed to scale but suddenly a thousandfold of entities to handle lack of speed...
  • Commented on YAPC::Europe 2010 - Thoughts Pt 2/3 - Promoting A YAPC
    Wouldn't it be better to attract more younger developers to Perl instead of accepting an aging community and change the date? :) Concerning other conferences and their attendee-numbers: I've looked into some CouchDB and JavaScript gatherings recently and those were...
  • Posted Pretty Perl to Su-Shee

    Contrary to popular belief and utter media ignorance, Perl doesn't just offer several powerful web frameworks (I'm totally in love with Sebastian Riedel's Mojo), it also has extremely powerful and underestimated GUI and graphic's bindings. Recently I toyed a…

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