I use Perl to build Web sites. Perl makes easy things easy and hard things possible. You knew that already, right?
As well as Perl, I like FreeBSD. I work on ports and documentation issues when I get round to it.
A few of my favourite Perl Monks discussions:
- Damian Conway's ten rules for when to use OO
- Starting the development of a module : thoughts
- Benefits of the Specification
- A question of style
- Why our company doesn't use Perl :(
- Random thoughts on programming
- Here, doccy doccy. nice doccy. heredoc, treat.
- Tricks with DBI
- (Ovid: Death to Select Star!) Re: MySQL DBI Help
- (OT) Finding Technology Solutions
- What makes a bad question?
- The best amputation possible: Perl proper as Closed Source software and The worst amputation possible: Perl proper as Open Source software
- XML documentation formatting and transformations
- So, what *is* the best way to deliever dynamic content nowadays?
- XSLT vs Templating? and XSLT vs Templating, Part 2
- Why is Perl so bad with XML?
- Database searches with persistent results via CGI
- Perl Style Guides for Large Projects
- Databases and tied hashes.
- My coding guidelines
- Introduction to Technical Writing/Documentation
- Unit Testing CGI Programs
- Production Environments and "Foreign" Code
- is XML too hard?
- What you refuse to see, is your worst trap
- Vim for PerlMonks nodes
- The Study of Computer Programming
- Project Boundary
- Design Patterns Still Aren't
- On Creating an Effective Work Environment
- The world is not object oriented
- OT: Ways of managing changes to a database's structure during a project.
- OT: Users and software - desktop and web user mindset differences
- Problem Domains and Multiple Disciplines
- Organizing Module Tests Sensibly
- Speeding up the DBI
- Best Practices for Exception Handling
- A guide to installing modules for Win32
- Re: On Commenting Out 'use strict;' (errors)
- Josť's Guide for creating Perl modules
- When Test Suites Attack