LPM: Meetings and attendance
dpitts at mk.net
Mon Feb 12 13:55:58 CST 2001
----- Original Message -----
From: "Matt Cashner" <sungo at qx.net>
> On Mon, 12 Feb 2001, David Hempy wrote:
> > The meetings when I learn to be a better perl programmer are the ones
> > keep me coming back. I will continue to attend meetings that are likely
> > benefit me as a programmer.
> topic examples?
At one point we discussed going through some different modules. I still
think this is a good idea (and I didn't even come up with it). Also, I
would like to see what other people are doing. Several people in the group
are good programmers. Others, like myself, are good hacks. I would like to
see some good programs - what makes them good, etc. Another idea, is to
look at object orientation again... I'm just starting to get a grip on it,
and would find it a worthy endeavor. A discussion of mod_perl would be good
Okay, just a few ideas off the top of my head...
> > meetings that I've gotten to in the last year are more for perl junkies
> > more than perl programmers.
> theres a difference? :P
Yes, I would place myself in both categories :)
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