Co-author of the youngest monk on Perl Monks: tonio.
In plain text here is the vital information grabbed by
the stats page:
- Os's of choice: Linux (Ubuntu), OS X
PerlMonks is a weird place. At least the way posts get reputation is weird. If you look at my write-ups sorted by reputation you will find some silly or just really trivial things right up there, with reputations in the 20's and even 30's. On the other hand some of the posts I was quite happy with got few votes, for reason probably ranging from "posted during the week-end" to "re:re:re:... posts never get noticed".
So here they are, in no particular order
- Perl in French: Re: Re: Re: Re: International Perl Resources
- remove items from your personal nodelet: Re: Removing nodes from your personal nodelet
- my favorite dirty trick: Speeding-up OO accessor methods
- how to choose an XML processing module: Re: XML Module decision tree?.
- davorg's neat interpolation technique: RE: Double Interpolation of a String
- KM's RE: File Locking on the definitive way to do file locking
The Perl Geek Code
I started the Perl Geek Code one day I was bored, you can create your own at The PGC Page.
-----BEGIN PERL GEEK CODE BLOCK----- Version: 0.01 P++>+++$c-P6-@R++M++O++MA+++E++>+++PU! BD C+D+S-X+++$WP+++MO+++PP!n @CO+>++ PO--o!G++A-OL!Ee---Ev+Eon Eot+ Eob+uL++>+++uS+w >!m >! ------END PERL GEEK CODE BLOCK------
And finally, here is a list of all my nodes that offer code examples for XML::Twig:
Legalese: unless otherwise noted, all code published by Michel Rodriguez (mirod) on perlmonks.org is free software. You can use it, redistribute it and/or modify it under the same terms as Perl itself.