Phoenix.pm: Call for topic ideas
phaedrus at endless.org
Wed Sep 22 11:03:28 CDT 1999
graphics on the fly for the web
Perl/TK (again, eventually)
On Wed, 22 Sep 1999, Douglas E. Miles wrote:
> Date: Wed, 22 Sep 1999 08:44:54 -0700
> From: Douglas E. Miles <doug.miles at bpxinternet.com>
> Reply-To: phoenix-pm-list at happyfunball.pm.org
> To: phoenix-pm-list at happyfunball.pm.org
> Subject: Re: Phoenix.pm: Call for topic ideas
> "Warner, David" wrote:
> > Some topic ideas:
> > - mod_perl/apache (setup/overview/use).
> > - CGI.pm
> > - using databases with DBI.
> > - perlisms (some things look different in Perl!)
> > - object-oriented perl.
> > - regular expressions in practical use.
> > - using "pod" in your scripts.
> > - Book reviews - the good, the bad, the necessary.
> > - Web resources.
> > - Diffs between Unix and NT Perl.
> Thanks for the great ideas. I've got them on the list!
> People understand instinctively that the best way for computer
> programs to communicate with each other is for each of the them
> to be strict in what they emit, and liberal in what they accept.
> The odd thing is that people themselves are not willing to be
> strict in how they speak, and liberal in how they listen.
> --Larry Wall, 2nd State of the Onion Address, August 1998
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