As some of you already know, Perl::Critic has been my passion, and next month Perl::Critic will be turning 1 year old! Perl::Critic got good coverage at YAPC::NA and in "The Perl Review", but I'm not really sure how it's doing in the wild, especially in commercial environments.
So if any of you use Perl::Critic at $work or on other projects, I'd love to hear about it. Why did you decide to use P::C? Has it made your code better or worse? How has it impacted your development process? Were there any obstacles along the way?
I might publish your comments on http://perlcritic.com , or possibly even in one of the trade magazines. So if you'd rather not (or cannot) state where you work, then that's cool.
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