said it was when we be in the college. The day that we start to learn Perl was something diferent.
Then we start to look for some manuals or tutorials, and we start to make some samples (yes without strict). Thing that is already fixed.
Now in my work i don't use perl, but in my free time I work on it, actually I think that I getting better day by day. Well I supose to.
God help me always to see the other face of the coin. And prevent me from accusing of betrayal those who don't think just as I do.
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