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Well... I'm a humble web developer (I haven't developed anything that runs outside a browser YET) but damn me if I'm not guilty too.

Under Perl I've developed a banner randomizer a few years ago and now I'm finishing my IRC bot - well, it will be my first non-browser app :)

Under PHP (that I've been developing with in the past two years) I've made a text parser that analyzes a news feed to search and highlight over 10.000+ words, all based on RegEx knowledge that I've acquired with Perl. And damn, man, this script is as fast as it can be :)))

I think that when you do something that solves a pretty nasty problem or achieve a goal with a large amount of effort you should be proud!

Just my two cents. :)

my ($author_nickname, $author_email) = ("DaWolf","erabbott\@terra.com.br") if ($author_name eq "Er Galvão Abbott");

In reply to Re: Stupid Emotional Programmer Attachment, anyone? by DaWolf
in thread Stupid Emotional Programmer Attachment, anyone? by talexb

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