- 20 points for naming something after yourself.
Check (though the title of The Ovidian Transform was intended as a joke)
- Low points for mentioning Larry Wall, Damian Conway, or Randal Schwartz
- Medium points for saying "Design pattern"
- Medium points for using source filters without being Damian, or using them in production.
- High points for creating a non-Inline module to make Perl code look like the code from some other language.
- Medium points for writing a database abstraction layer.
- Medium points for suggesting some random functionality needs to be in the Perl core.
- Low points for using map or grep in void context.
- Low points for parsing HTML with a regex.
You may now feel free to disregard anything else I say (well, many do that anyway, possibly with good reason.)
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