I've come here often to glean knowledge, ask questions, get solutions and at times, just for fun to check things out. Perl and PerlMonks has always stood me in good stead and a great source of knowledge.
However, I've been seeing a lot of negative stuff spread against Perl and could never figure out why.So, in my attempt to get back at all this negativity, I've written an article on LinkedIn Titled "Perl Myths" https://www.linkedin.com/pulse/perl-myths-pritesh-ugrankar
. Humbly request you to please check it out and like/comment/share/ but most importantly, please let me know if there are any erroneous statements.