On a recent "Perl" thread in a FreeBSD list, I found it amusing that "the trilogy" could represent different subsets to different people, so I ask you:
If you were to choose 3 Perl books to call them "The Trilogy" which would they be?
I am inclined to think that the more traditional Perl programmers would probably say Camel, Llama and Alpaca. But I for example would say Llama, Alpaca, and Black Leopard as "Trilogy One", and probably Camel, Owl (MRE), and American Staghound (PBP) as a must-have "Trilogy Two"
Anyway, I thought it would be equally amusing to her all the opinions here... and, no, they don't have to be O'Relly books only!
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