Not sure if this has been mentioned before. And I'm not quite sure why Randal hasn't mentioned this one himself.
I found this on Dr. Dobb's Technetcast
. Our very own merlyn
gives a talk on using Perl for reducing risk in your business. Its an hour long video on Perl. You'll need the RealPlayer
to play it. And you can find it here
Here's the description from the page on Technetcast site.
Randal Schwartz, author, comedian and Perl expert extrordinaire discuss how Perl stacks up against other tools in the business arena.
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