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john1987

by john1987 (Acolyte)
on Oct 26, 2000 at 15:31 UTC ( #38587=user: print w/ replies, xml ) Need Help??

Bio

I am apart of the huge Perl community with hope to become a great programmer. I like many of the people I have met here strive to create the greatest Perl s‎crip‎ts.

My Perl God

This is my Perl god. Damian brought me into Perl and I owe him everything i ever do in Perl. He is a true Perl evangelizer.

My Time Here

As you might have read from the top, I've had my name registered here since October 26, 2000. I really haven't done anything on this name since then until about January 25, 2001. Since then I have written a lot of posts to get points. In the begining I wasn't getting to much points, now since I'm "making my presence felt", people have noticed my writing. I hope to expand the Perl community with my mind and hope to reach out to people who are in need of help, and in return get help from others.

Evangelization

Here are all my writings I have submitted to Perlmonks. One of my greatest writings, The Spirit of Perl has touched many people from what I have herd. Even though some of my critics on it think I have said some things "out of context" it's the message of the writting that's important. Like many, I want to give others the chance to do this great langauge, and I will.

Inspiration

One thing I plan to do with my time here is to write a lot of Meditations. I think that by inspiring the Perl community, we can make it stronger. I currently have 2 that I worked hard on and submitted to Perlmonks. Inspiration is one of the greatest tools you can use for just about anything. I plan on giving all inspiration.

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