I logged in to perlmonks yesterday to find this!
10 years of programming Perl.
I'm grateful to have found such a wonderful language to help me do almost any job at work better, and for keeping me entertained long into the night away from the office. I look forward to another 10 years. Thanks Perl!
I've been a google user ever since giving up AltaVista back in the day. I've heard good things about bing, laughed at their funny TV advertisements, and have deep-down (in a weird sort of way) wanted a search product from M$ to be a success.
I decided a few days ago that I'd give bing.com a try for a complete month - to see if it could win my heart. After 2 days I must say that I'll be going back to google.
I was reminded of the "Perl is Alive" meme last night after watching this video. I decided to search for …
Why does perl.org dis on other languages?
"Perl -- It's like Java, only it lets you deliver on time and under budget."
Are you kidding me? Is that what we're about?
Instead, why don't we be critical about ourselves?
Did anyone notice that perl.org is just now looking like a site designed in the 90's?**
I hope the marketing committee takes their role seriously. Perl needs an identity that can carry it into the future. It's as if nob…