[Chicago-talk] Dec Tech mtg...

Scott T. Hildreth shild at sbcglobal.net
Wed Nov 26 17:30:48 CST 2003

If you make back this way, I would encourage you to give a talk
on Perl6 again.  I really enjoyed that one.

On 26-Nov-2003 Randal L. Schwartz wrote:
>>>>>> "Steven" == Steven Lembark <lembark at wrkhors.com> writes:
> Steven>  - For people who don't: why not? What would you want to
> Steven>    know in order to use it?
> I try not to put bugs in in the first place.
> When I code, I write a few lines, and run it.  I write a few more
> lines, and run that.  If anything ever breaks, it's in the last few
> lines I added.
> If I need to "debug" anything, I just keep adding print until it works.
> Sometimes, I use Data::Dumper or YAML.
> For larger things, I've been using "test-first" methodology.  Still no
> need to ever go more than a few lines of code before running the tests
> again though.
> But a debugger?  Wouldn't know how to use it.  Wouldn't care for one.
> Don't really understand those who need them, either.
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E-Mail: Scott T. Hildreth <shild at sbcglobal.net>
Date: 26-Nov-2003
Time: 17:29:05

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