Interesting. Though from the first graph my initial question is what happened on Perl Monks, in the Perl community or in the programming world at large in November 2005?
That seem to be a turning point of sorts.
Update: For fun I trolled through Super Search.
- I used to be a saint and A Level Playing Field -- this is kind of interesting, actually
- Are we a dying breed? -- a general trend? (not this post specifically)
- Attack on Perl or Perl's need better PR (again)
- "Perl is the Cobol of the WWW"
Some things I don't think are responsible :-) (Sometimes picked for title more than content)
- New Module Announcement: Object::InsideOut
- Seeking Programmers.
- Many-to-many relationships in databases : SOLVED
- OT: Ruby On Rails - your thoughts?
- Tim Vroooom ! when is the comeback ?
- Teaching Children How to Program
- TheDamian gets a mention on the Beeb
- PERL as shibboleth and the Perl community
- Can I please have *simple* modules?
- The Accessor Heresy
- What is Enterprise Software?
- Benchmarks aren't everything
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