SPUG: Huh, well, to be honest...

Brian E. Lozier brian at massassi.com
Tue Sep 15 07:13:09 PDT 2009

I thought Amazon had a lot of perl devs?

On Mon, Sep 14, 2009 at 11:29 PM, Skylos <skylos at gmail.com> wrote:
> Troll?  Not so much.
> I really do want to be part of a perl user group.  My former coworker Lowell
> used to be part of the perl user group down in phoenix and told me alot
> about it, some good stuff going on.  We had alot of fun programming an
> application within DBIx::Class, mod_perl, CGI::Application and
> HTML::Template.   Further, I think perl is the most awesome language - I
> want to do what I can to promote perl and help it move to the next level
> with version six.
> That and I like hanging with geeks who know what I do.  Its kind of lonely
> being the programmer who knows perl in a place like Amazon.  :P
> But I'm not the moderator.  I can see in the archives that the list hasn't
> been very active - seemed to be more postings about professional conventions
> that may or may not be closely related to perl.  So maybe its not all that
> any more and the heyday was back in 2003.  Your call, Moderator.
> David
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