I would like to know what are the best practices to get the best from perl monastery. Besides reading different sections, I would like to know how the reading is used to get the best out of it. Thus my interest is not just the 'reading objects' but also 'processing objects' of the mind.
An example: I often print different nodes, store them and read at later time. I highlight the ideas, make circles and read them back after sometime to see how I perceive them after more experience. That helps. The idea gets maturity and produces better practicability. Solutions employed are gaining more respects in my own view points.
point of view
Edited by BazB: closed bold tag.