I log on every weekday. Read anything that catches my eye while I ++ the nodes at the gates, and troll Newest Nodes whenever a moment presents itself, and keep half an eye on whats being discussed in the cb which often is a great place for a quick chuckle or two.
I don't get to play in Perl hardly at all anymore, and I've gotten to a period where I want to get as far away from coding as possible when I'm home. I don't know what it is about this place but hanging in the shadows of it still helps me to feel grounded and connected to my code roots.
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