|I got the Programming Perl book for xmas, as well as Programming CGI w/ perl, so my goals at the moment are to get through those books and learn.
Even if I don't totally comprehend them, I'd like to understand and apply some of the stuff tought there to real life coding...
oh yeah, and I want to port Perl to my computer @ school so I can have something to do during the hour and a half of HTML geared web mastering class, that has LITTLE to do w/ the web on the whole...
that's about it :)
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