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Updated September 6, 2010 for the latest Dr. Dobbs URL mapping. I also found several more articles.

I answered a question over at StackOverflow about finding old TPJ articles. I'm not sure why the guy wasn't searching for TPJ, but that's what I did to get this list of results. With a little scraping, now you have an index of the articles on Dr. Dobbs that were published under The Perl Journal. They even have some of the PDF files available. This covers the period after TPJ was part of SysAdmin and after they tried publishing the issues as PDF only. Huh, I was the last person to publish an article in TPJ. Go figure.

I haven't verified this for completeness, so if you find missing articles, just send me the link.


Put together by broomduster

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