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Team or individual, it's prudent to see the quality of the code before judging, wouldn't you agree? 90% The Conway™ just might stand a chance of being better than 90% temp-SDEs. There have been fantastic large things done mostly by an individual with Perl (like Mason, right? or like the amazing sounding wireless stuff dragonchild wrote about, or for that matter—almost 1/2 of its 6,400 lines is code and I know that many have worked on it today but at one point it was the work of one and that single module drove a staggering portion of web development).

The power of the communit(y|ies) is evident just by visiting this amazing site. I'm curious about the extreme edge of the leverage that Perl gives the individual. There are many, many users here who own scads of modules or big parts of Perl. What better group to put this question to?

The second question does include "what modules?" I'm not seeking the Alceste formula... unless of course you have it. :)

In reply to Re: Re: Re: What's the biggest piece of work you've done alone with Perl? by Your Mother
in thread What's the biggest piece of work you've done alone with Perl? by Your Mother

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