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Last here: Aug 01, 2013 at 21:33 UTC (3 years ago)
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I am a security applications consultant, and I use Perl as a tool in my toolkit. I've worked with Perl for a long time, but still I'm no expert. The Monestary has been unbelievably helpful to me. I have a long way to go, and I expect my nature of being a "Jack of all trades, master of none" means that I will always have a lot to learn.

I happen to have achieved the status of Saint (well, sort of -- the level system changed shortly after making it; so now I'm a Vicar), but that doesn't mean I'm an expert. It just means that, for the most part, I've asked good questions and given good answers when I could. I can be wrong, and I am probably wrong more often than not. Please point it out, that's how I improve.

If you're hitting this bio trying to figure out how to reply to a comment of mine, know that I prefer being told I'm wrong, and exactly how I'm wrong. How else would I be disabused of erroneous notions?


Code posted by on PerlMonks, unless otherwise specified, is subject to the following:

  1. it is example code only; it has likely not been tested, and may not have even been checked with perl -c -- therefore, it comes without warranty of any kind
  2. it may not be the best solution; sometimes I post known sub-optimal code as a matter for consideration, and sometimes it's just my own lack of knowledge or experience
  3. it is released into the public domain for any use; however, I would appreciate attribution for anything particularly novel