The point here is that Perl is no more and no less suited to enterprise-class work than any other language. The skills needed to build an enterprise-class application are not language specific. Please stop promulgating that mismeme.
I have to diagree with this point much as I don't want to, the plain fact is that TMTOWTDI creates far to much distraction from productivity for Managers to accept and feel comfortable with. Perl has everything it takes to be enterprise class, however, more coders code that path of least resistance rather than with the big picture in mind.
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