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You can get a list of them at his website,
Nope, the correct URL seems to be

I like the XP ideas and I practice them, though not formally and eXtremely. I tend to write and run scripts for functional testing of my modules as I develop them.

stephen, do you practice unit testing and did you use PerlUnit modules from
If yes, could you comment on your experience? How does it relate to the standard Test and test::Harness modules?


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