I make it my policy to learn a new programming language every month or two!
This month it is PHP. If I didn't know perl I'd be really
excited about it, but PHP is like perl without all the
The good thing about PHP is the ISAPI implementations of it
which run as well as mod_perl or perhaps better but without
any of the hassle of mod_perl (like conflicting name spaces, my variable hassle, working
out exactly when mod_perl will reload your code etc...)
Don't misunderstand me though, I still think perl rocks! mod_perl is
brilliant too, just a little quirky ;-)
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