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You dream in perl too? Sometimes i think in perl. Like "How would i program this situation".

It doesn't *scream* at me that this is what I want to do. But I can't imagine doing anything else. I have no idea what I would be doing right now without perl and the internet. Probably trying to start a recording studio.

I think that everyone has there own certain way of doing, learning and understanding things, and whether it's a natural thing that you have from birth or if it's manifested from your life experiance I don't know, but I know that when you find something that fits into your way of thinking it just clicks, and that's when you know your doing what your *supposed* to.

I know I could never be an accountant, lawyer, or doctor. Yet there are millions of people that are, and that would say "I could never be a programmer". I love my job, and I do it well, and I love doing my job well, and that's enough for me to say "I've found my calling" and "I'm thankful for my job".

my $name = 'Ben Kittrell'; $name=~s/^(.+)\s(.).+$/\L$1$2/g; my $nick = 'tha' . $name . 'sta';

In reply to Re: Re: I'm thankful for my job by thabenksta
in thread I'm thankful for my job by Mission

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