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Re^2: Help with updating a Perl Resources sticky thread at a web developer forum?

by StommePoes (Scribe)
on Mar 11, 2010 at 07:52 UTC ( #827972=note: print w/ replies, xml ) Need Help??


in reply to Re: Help with updating a Perl Resources sticky thread at a web developer forum?
in thread Help with updating a Perl Resources sticky thread at a web developer forum?

Hm, yes cygwin is good to add but even better are the Windows stuff you've added... I expect users of this forum to be more Windows users than *nix. Thanks!

But I have a question about DBI... should I still have links to stuff like DBI or should I keep it to stuff like DBIx::Class instead? Assuming people going through Perl Resources are either new to Perl or haven't done much with it?

Then again it could also very well be people who've ended up in a Perl shop, so maybe I should just add those too... they can go where I have DBIx::Class. And if I have a Databases section (sounds good), what else should be in there?


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Re^3: Help with updating a Perl Resources sticky thread at a web developer forum?
by roboticus (Canon) on Mar 11, 2010 at 16:16 UTC

      Great list, Coping with Scoping reminded me of Suffering from Buffering... one thing I have to watch out for though is this is (so far) a single sticky thread... although, I could do as the CSS guys did where it did indeed end up a multipage sticky. However many many many more people come to SitePoint asking the same CSS questions over and over again so that makes sense. Since there's maybe one person in the Programming Team with any experience with Perl, I'm probably not going to expect them to pare down what I've got.

      However I think these and some of the other tuts can hopefully completely replace the current "Articles and Tutorials" Section... means I may not have to worry about how good those are if I can replace with a list like yours of Known Good Stuff. I've added the general link to Tuts over here and to planetscape's list of links as well.

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