Hashes and arrays are considered "secure" (???)
probably thinking of buffer overflows
but it seems like this talk is more productive.
What does that mean "productive"?
You take old information (not news) and use it to for self-promotion and ... inspire comments like
SebastianMisch 6 hours ago
Great talk. I had a big laugh. I watched the previous talk and those two talks have definitely taught me to stay as far away from Perl < 6 as possible.?
lathiat 5 hours ago
I was looking forward to this talk badly after last years, and boy we were in for a treat. This guy is a great presenter, on top of great content. Highly entertaining and informative.?
Productive? Um, yeah, sure
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