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Please note: I do see the smiley, but I want to say that people have lives outside of work/programming. So what if someone spends a lot of time in another newsgroup or online community not related to programming. When I interview people, I look at the whole person, not just their ability to write code. I would much rather work with someone who knows where work ends and "life" begins than someone who spends all their free time coding. :-)

The absolute brightest people I've worked with (who also happen to be two of the best Perl programmers I know) spend their free time with their families or riding their mountain far as I know, neither of them have ever authored any modules that are on CPAN or spent any time in clpm...


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