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  • DBD::Chart
       You want to impress your boss and improve your reputation as a miracle worker? Casually mention on a friday afternoon that it would be cool if your system could generate graphs along with its normal reports. Friday evening spend 1 or 2 hours integrating DBD::Chart into your system. Revel in how easy it is. Relaxe for the rest of the weekend. Monday morning amaze your boss.
  • Tk
       But then again I'm an old GUI programmer...
  • HTML::Mason
       These days I'm an old web programmer. I can build amazing interfaces in almost no time with HTML::Mason.
  • Spreadsheet::ParseExcel, Spreadsheet::WriteExcel
       Another boss pleaser. Clients love it when they can save their reports as excel spreadsheets, with all the proper formating and justification.
  • Quantum::SuperPositions
       Powerful stuff if you can get your head around it.
  • DBI, LWP::Simple, CGI, HTML::Parser
       For the same reasons they are on everyone elses list.

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