There's more than one way to do it!
Perl (meaning the language, community and others) has taught me this. I feel we can apply this phrase to many other aspects of life other than Perl.
Due to my abilities in coding and understanding Perl, I gained enough confidence to quit my day job and do my own stuff. I really had to go through a lot of crap from family and friends when I did this. And seriously enough, my abilities in Perl was there among my top 5 reasons to go ahead with this spontaneous decision (yes, it was spontaneous!)
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