What kind of acronyms a mortal perl hacker trips across at his immediate/past work place(s)? Are there any that are exceptionally clever? Amusing? Odd? Ugly? Or hard to pronounce?
Although lists of every imaginable acronym on the planet have already been compiled and made available on the Internet (like this one URL: http://www.delorie.com/gnu/docs/vera/vera_11.html), it would be interesting to find out your list of favourite (or not so :) acronyms and the how/when/why you came up with one, or simply the place you found it and why you liked it.
Of course, to begin with, let me share with own list:
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