New Year's Resolution - Learn Modern Perl
andrew at geekuni.com
Sun Dec 21 22:44:25 GMT 2014
Hey everyone - I just want you to know that Geekuni's a small start-up
and for this reason there's only one web development course. This is
Dancer2 because I think it's the easiest for someone new to web
development for mapping concepts to code. If there's enough demand
I'll put together Mojolicious or Catalyst courses, but my feeling is
that once people are on top of Dancer2 they'll feel comfortable
learning the other frameworks themselves. Martin, what are your
p.s. Geekuni's AWS ExerciseBox supports both Vim and Emacs:)
On Sun, Dec 21, 2014 at 5:59 PM, Uri Guttman <uri at stemsystems.com> wrote:
> On 12/21/2014 12:12 PM, Sue Spence wrote:
>> On 21 December 2014 at 16:36, Martin A. Brooks <martin at antibodymx.net>
>>>> From: "Andrew Solomon" <andrew at geekuni.com>
>>>> To: "london pm" <london.pm at london.pm.org>
>>>> Sent: Saturday, 20 December, 2014 6:36:54 PM
>>>> Subject: New Year's Resolution - Learn Modern Perl
>>>> Start with 'Hello World' then develop a search engine in Perl and an
>>>> online game powered by Dancer2.
>>> You've probably just guaranteed that no-one on this list will ever use
>>> your services.
>> This sort of posting is likely to start a Kerfuffle, if not an actual
>> War, therefore I wish you hadn't done it. It costs nothing to be civil.
>> Also, you most certainly do not speak for everyone on this list. We can't
>> even agree on which editor to use, never mind anything else. :-)
> that is a silly comment. of course it is emacs.
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