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BIP

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  • Posted Perl in Japan to BIP

    We recently did an interview with Daisuke Maki on the Perl community in Japan.

    This is what came out of it - http://blog.builtinperl.com/post/perl-in-japan.

    Have a look/read.

  • Commented on Perl Developer Survey 2017
    Hi Dave, we'll email the results of the survey to everybody that submitted their email address (I'll edit the welcome message so it's clear). The "Which Perl version do you us/"question is an essay one, so people can type in...
  • Commented on Perl Developer Survey 2017
    No worries, we listed only a few choices for each question (the ones we thought would be more popular) and let users write their own choice for the rest. No hard feelings towards Emacs....
  • Posted Perl Developer Survey 2017 to BIP

    We’re doing a survey for the entire Perl community to find out some specifics and peculiarities about Perl and more importantly, about Perl developers. The survey itself is meant to gather some perspective regarding how developers are using Perl, where are they using it and how Perl is used…

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  • Dave Cross commented on Perl Developer Survey 2017

    I think it might be a good idea to explain why you ask (optionally) for an email address on the first screen.

    Also, I found it hard to answer the "which version of Perl" question as I use different versions in different situations and there wasn't enough room to explain that.

    And I'm very surprised to hear that you don't think emacs is popular enough to include in the default list of editors!

  • Gábor Szabó - גאבור סבו commented on Perl Developer Survey 2017

    A long long time ago we ran a
    poll on Editors/IDE used for Perl development. Emacs was the 2nd most popular with 13%.

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