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The 5 members of the Perl Cabal that I mentioned have at least 20 years programming experience apiece. That list includes 2 past pumpkings, and all have had considerable influence on the Perl language.

In fact it is somewhat presumptuous for me to indicate that someone might, however mistakenly, mistake my experience as being on the same order as theirs...


In reply to Re (tilly) 2: (Ovid - Utopia does not exist) Re: The true PerlMonks Experience by tilly
in thread The true PerlMonks Experience by Anonymous Monk

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