wiggly at wiggly.org
Thu Apr 3 17:09:31 BST 2008
> Furthermore, I do not believe a language needs a "killer application",
> nor a myriad of shops using said language as their main programming
> language. Neither duct tape, nor post-it notes have a "killer application",
> nor are the products consisting mostly of duct tape or post-it notes.
> But noone is afraid those products are "dying".
> I have always believed that Perl strength lies in it being a toolbox.
Right on. All I want is more tools, with better interfaces in my Perl
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