Perl career progression (Was: Perl work at Monash)

Andrew Savige ajsavige at
Tue Sep 9 02:28:24 CDT 2003

Rick Measham wrote:
> >Scott Penrose <scottp at> wrote:
> >Maybe as part of our new portal site, and to help Simon in creation of
> >good tutorials we could setup a 'best in bread' selection of perl
> >modules and have us all vote on them - maybe that already exists
> >elsewhere?
> At 11:59 AM +1000 9/9/03, Nathan Bailey wrote:
> >Not AFAIK -- perhaps perl monks does, it's got lots of stuff I haven't
> >dug through...
> Nah, I'm on the Site Documentation Clan at PerlMonks and there's 
> nothing of the sort. There's reviews of a *few* modules 
> ( but it 
> doesn't mean they're the 'best in breed'. Would be handy addition 
> though. Although you'll cause an uproar over what should be put in 
> there.

This might be of interest:

Of course, now has module ratings -- which may also
be accessed at (if you are offended by smutty
and juvenile language don't look at the ratings for DBI ;-).

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