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Merlyn if you ever offer a class via the web let me know.
I've heard this question a lot. But I'm never sure what it means.

Does it mean "if you ever put up your course materials on the web for free, let me know", because that's not likely to happen without a good business case. And I've already got 120 magazine columns for free on the web. Have you seen those? And the courseware is already available in a low-cost form, called "The Llama Book".

If it means "if you ever conduct a class on the web, let me know" then very likely it'll cost the same as the open-enrollment courses we offer in Portland and elsewhere, because the benefit will be the same. Except I'm unlikely to do that, because I'd have to reinvest another $75K or so to develop and rewrite my materials for web delivery, and yet the return would not be there.

So, what do you mean? What are you really asking for?

-- Randal L. Schwartz, Perl hacker

In reply to classes on the web by merlyn
in thread I've had my current job for by vroom

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