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by spectre9 (Beadle)
on Jul 18, 2007 at 02:59 UTC ( #627180=user: print w/replies, xml ) Need Help??

I've been using Perl since 1994 -- my first task as a paid sysadmin was fixing a self-service student Unix account generation system at Kansas State University Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering.

For the past eleven years I've been doing predominately Data Warehousing work, where Perl has been a great asset. Most recently, I've been forced to use Microsoft-centric tools, so alas, I am not writing the actual ETL in Perl like I used to.

In past roles have worked for three different semiconductor companies in roles of great responsibility, the Federal Reserve Bank, as well as brief stints at a mortgage bank and a marketing firm. Right now, I am back in banking.

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[1nickt]: Corion this is an android phone? If so, are you encountering problems with recent upgrades? Lately my phone dies suddenly quite often, seemingly coredumps caused by interaction of two actions, eg phone playing a sound and user swiping simultaneously :-/
[Corion]: 1nickt: Yeah, it's Android, but it's CM 11, so fairly old. I'm looking for a newer (china) phone, but I think I'll wait until Oreo ROMs get out for them
[Corion]: Otherwise, the Vernee Mars looks tempting
[Corion]: ... but alas, no Oreo support in sight yet, and I prefer to flash a stock Android over the custom ROMs, and Oreo promises to make the userland more maintainable.
[LanX]: Corion: shouldn't pmdev have permission to view code of nodelets?
[1nickt]: And of course everything is "unlocked" in EU, right?
[1nickt]: I think there are far more choices than in the US
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