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Re: Iain Campbell Truskett ("Spoon"/"Koschei") RIP 2003-12-29

by liz (Monsignor)
on Jan 11, 2004 at 22:34 UTC ( #320546=note: print w/ replies, xml ) Need Help??


in reply to Iain Campbell Truskett ("Spoon"/"Koschei") RIP 2003-12-29

die() is such an often used idiom in Perl that you tend forget its irrevocability in real life ;-(

Liz


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re: Iain Campbell Truskett ("Spoon"/"Koschei") RIP 2003-12-29
by g00n (Hermit) on Jan 12, 2004 at 00:25 UTC

    Iain will be missed. It was only last November that he gave up some time to present a talk on DateTime at the melbourne.au PM.

    Iain talked in detail how the development was proceeding on the Datetime modules and how he spent the last 8 months hard work crafting hacking ("hacking" is a poor choice of words. Conceptually DateTime is not for the weak of mind). The talk was well presented, informative and most of all amusing (especially the bit on the evolution of the French Revolutionary Calander)

    I will certainly be thinking of him when I'm using any of his modules. His legacy is more than mere code.

Re: Iain Campbell Truskett ("Spoon"/"Koschei") RIP 2003-12-29
by xenchu (Friar) on Jan 12, 2004 at 04:42 UTC

    Wherever he is I hope they can use good programmers.

    xenchu


    The Needs of the World and my Talents run parallel to infinity.
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