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- About: I opened my mouth without thinking, and now I am leader of the za-pm group. These will definitely not be technical blogs!
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Thanks for the comments. No this girl is not nuts! I may be a klutz at programming but with books I know my stuff :) brian d. foy is correct, 'perl' is with a lower case 'p' and I am...
Posted First Edition to a casual coder
Being a bookish type I am always on the lookout for new stock. One thing to avoid in a bookshop is probably the computer shelf, although I always do check it out. Good job too! On a recent trip into our more remote rural areas I came across a little gem.
Larry Wall & Randal L. Schwartz. PR…
Posted The Mail Archive to a casual coder
The Mailman archive is not always implemented on mailing lists (although on perl-mongers it is), but often it would be advantageous to have something slightly more accessible, and more importantly something more open to the non-perl community.
I found ="http://www.mail-archive.com/…
Posted Must remember to keep my mouth shut :( to a casual coder
Over the past year I had posted queries to our local perlmongers group za-pm and received substantial help from the inmates.
Looking at things Perl I noted that on the perl.org site that we did not have a flag planted on the map. Querying this I found that the group leader (I never knew t…
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