Here's something a little bit different. I started my current job quite a few months ago, yet I still don't have any business cards. This must be amended!
Now my bosses, being agreeable types (and hacker friendly), tell me I can put whatever I like on my business card, as long as I'm prepared to a) live with it and b) live up to it.
So now the question is, what do I call myself?
Anyone else have any perl-related self-inflicted job titles they could share?
My general areas of competency are in perl and DBMS (PostgreSQL). I'm no Merlyn, but I'm no rank amatuer either.
So what shall it be? Have some fun, give me some ideas, but think to youself - would you have it on your business card? Because if you wouldn't, probably neither will I :-)
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