Don't make me engage in a flame war with you, JavaFan.
Yes, I come to Perlmonks for objective bullet points because it's worked in the past for me (although you always have to filter out people who insist on monologuing). I *can* come up with points of my own, it's just that I like to cast a wider net and get the opinions of others (probably not a skill you are familiar with). Subjective reasons aren't something I bring to management.
One of the things I would like to do is to point out large, commercial websites that are still running Perl. I know that Amazon.com used to run Perl, but I doubt that is the case today.
Which big sites run Perl?
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