It will always turn out better :)
Nah. Not always. If everybody thought like that we'd still be using abacuses for calculating and horse draw carts for transportation. Innovation not just the child of necessity but also of a crazed belief that you can do something better/different.
Ive spent a lot of time working on my pet wheel project, and I think its been a good experience for me, and frankly has given my fellow perlers a nice new shiny tool to make their development live easier. I thought I could write a better dumper, and frankly I think I have. Of course that better by my own definition, but, well, you have to pick your definitions from somewhere.
First they ignore you, then they laugh at you, then they fight you, then you win.
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