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Re: Perl beginner to intermediate and senior road map

by sundialsvc4 (Abbot)
on Apr 27, 2014 at 00:35 UTC ( #1083964=note: print w/replies, xml ) Need Help??

in reply to Perl beginner to intermediate and senior road map

Furthermore, when you do reach the point where you could maybe call yourself “senior,” Perl will be only one of a great many programming-languages that you will have learned how to use over the course of a career that consisted of finding out what businesses need to do with their computers and then finding the appropriate way to do it.   The fact of the matter is that any and every programming language is a tool by which to do a job.   “Seniority” represents your experience level in solving that job in many different and more-complex situations, no matter what tool(s) you used to do a particular one.

My advice is that you should, as soon as possible, get a job in the business and do the best job that you can, whether that job seems large or small.   Pay very close attention to the people around you.   Do not be afraid to ask for help – in fact, very much the opposite.   Likewise, do not inflate your own abilities:   if such is to be done, let your peers do it for you.   My first job in computers consisted of tearing pages off a line printer and shoving them through the proper slot.   And that was more than thirty years ago.

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Re^2: Perl beginner to intermediate and senior road map
by Anonymous Monk on Apr 27, 2014 at 06:31 UTC
    You can't seriously believe this. You don't do any of these things. You don't pay close attention to anyone, or what they say, or their proof that your advice is nonsense. You on the other hand never prove anything you say. You constantly inflate your own abilities. Anyone looking at your post history will quickly find out you are a fraud. Stop posting such crap.

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