Being one of the luckiest (lucky <> competent :) developers I know, I get to do all my current work
in Perl (aside from an occasional PL/SQL or Korn shell script).
In the past 3 years, I have not only had the pleasure to design and maintain
a boatload of Perl apps, I also have had the distinct pleasure of terminating (with
extreme predjudice :), three Active Server applications.
- 1998 - replaced ASP-based supplier/part catalog with Perl
- 1999 - replaced ASP-based expense product config with Perl
- 2001 - replaced ASP-based HR intranet portal with....Perl
condolences to those who had to choose cowboy neal, but the above
scenarios were also coincidentally (like neal) "on a bus to never ever land". ;-)
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