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Ron Savage

  • Website: savage.net.au/
  • About: I try to write all code in Perl, but find I end up writing in bash, CSS, HTML, JS, and SQL, and doing database design, just to get anything done...
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  • andreluis1982 commented on Truth about Booking.com

    Well, is it good or not good to work at Booking? And, if it's good, is good to move to Netherlands with family, is it sufficient to live in a good way and dreaming about the future of career and personal life?

  • Neil Bowers commented on The Perl QA Hackathon 2015

    There's a paypal button now!

  • emailmarkyj commented on Mojolicious: Do It For The Candy!

    Hi Joel,

    I’m just getting my head around Mojolicious and found your posts really helpful. One thing I found in the test for the websocket script was that I had to change line 32 from:

    $row = Mojo::DOM->new($html)->find(‘tr td’)->text;

    to

    @row = Mojo::DOM->new($html)->find(‘tr td’)->map(‘text’)->each;

    Otherwise I got the following error: Can’t locate object method “text” via package “Mojo::Collection”. I’m not quite sure why I was getting the error, surely the method would b…

  • welcome.mahesh commented on A Simple Mojolicious/DBI Example

    Wonderful. I am looking for Mojolicious Application Example to understand it. This is so helpful :)

    Thanks to aristotle for his very very valuable points for a new bie.

  • Gabor Szabo commented on Semantic POD

    I have not given a lot of thought to actual tags, implementation, and compatibility, but pod could declare its version number and there could be an official parser included in the core.

    In any case, I am not planning to do any implementation. I'll stick to talking (or writing) about stuff. So if anyone else feels that this is a worthy and fun project, I won't stand in their way.

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