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Re: Does anyone need a newbie to help testing or documenting or even writing code?

by rkrieger (Friar)
on Feb 21, 2007 at 16:09 UTC ( #601356=note: print w/ replies, xml ) Need Help??


in reply to Does anyone need a newbie to help testing or documenting or even writing code?

> That's why I'm looking for to be involved in any kind of projects related to Perl.
> I would love to help (for free) in any way I can [...]

Perhaps the Perl Apprenticeship Site is something you'd be interested in, although it only contains ~20 projects at the point I last checked. Originally, I picked it up while reading O'Reilly's book on HTML::Mason.

Of course, as others have suggested, Perlmonks can provide ample inspiration ;)


Comment on Re: Does anyone need a newbie to help testing or documenting or even writing code?
Re^2: Does anyone need a newbie to help testing or documenting or even writing code?
by sine (Sexton) on Feb 22, 2007 at 00:49 UTC
    Thanks for the tip rkrieger. :-)
    I didn't know about that web site. This looks very intersting. I'll check it out a little bit further to see if I can find somehting I can be involved in.
    Thanks again
    Cheers
    Sine

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