[was Reigstering a .pm]

Luis Motta Campos luismottacampos at
Thu Jun 14 10:58:45 BST 2007

On Jun 14, 2007, at 11:03 AM, alex at wrote:
> Louis wrote:
>> (*) Banks, AFAIK, doesn't allow techies to access the internet, and
>> keep using pre-historic tools and techniques as a form of keeping
>> things "stable" and "safe". Of course, this is my limited point of
>> view, not any kind of truth.
> That may be true in some places but I havent seen anywhere like that
> recently. (The place I've seen worst for this was Reuters - not a  
> bank at
> all).
> But even if you are cut off from the internet at work is that not a  
> good
> reason to find perl programmers to socialise with outside of  
> work ? :-)

   Probably, but having no access to the internet resources to  
research for elegant solutions for the company problems usually  
drives me mad... they think that I'm really willing to re-write all  
code I otherwise would just grab from CPAN myself. This is insane, IMHO.

Luis Motta Campos (a.k.a. Monsieur Champs) is a software engineer,
Perl fanatic evangelist, and amateur {cook, photographer}

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