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New Website for Perl Beginners: perlmeme.org (fwd)

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  • Steven Lembark
    ... From: Shlomi Fish Subject: New Website for Perl Beginners: perlmeme.org ... -- Steven Lembark
    Message 1 of 1 , Oct 1, 2005
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      From: Shlomi Fish <shlomif@...>
      Subject: New Website for Perl Beginners: perlmeme.org

      > Hi good people,
      >
      > there's a new web-site for Perl beginners - perlmeme.org -
      >
      > http://perlmeme.org/
      >
      > It has Howto's, Tutorials and FAQs for Perl beginners - freely available
      > and freely usable. Its mission (
      > http://perlmeme.org/start_here/index.html ) is:
      >
      > <<<<
      > It's lots of ideas that together define why Perl is so different.
      >
      > It is the idea that there should be "more that one way to do it", the
      > idea that a language should make easy jobs easy and hard jobs possible,
      > the idea that laziness, patience and hubris are virtues (for a
      > programer).
      >
      > Perl itself is evolving at a rate unlike any other programming language.
      > Those of us who use it for a living are excited by how powerful and
      > expressive the language is and how close to the 'problem set' it is. With
      > the development of Perl 6 well underway, the language is set to expand
      > and take on even more functionality not found anywhere else. In our
      > opinion, this makes it the language of choice for solving many of the
      > software problems of the future.
      >>>>>
      >
      > I have already contributed some code, text and ideas to perlmeme.org, but
      > we could always use more help. If you have a document to contribute
      > (even if it's already written), can provide feedback on the site, or can
      > help in any other way, feel free to visit our developers' web-site:
      >
      > http://perlmeme-org.sourceforge.net/
      >
      > Regards,
      >
      > Shlomi Fish
      >
      > ---------------------------------------------------------------------
      > Shlomi Fish shlomif@...
      > Homepage: http://www.shlomifish.org/
      >
      > 95% of the programmers consider 95% of the code they did not write, in the
      > bottom 5%.

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