You can get a list of them at his website,
Nope, the correct URL seems to be
I like the XP ideas and I practice them, though not formally and eXtremely. I tend to write and run scripts for functional testing of my modules as I develop them.
, do you practice unit testing and did you use PerlUnit modules from
If yes, could you comment on your experience? How does it relate to the standard
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