In ancient China the Sholin Monks would teach each other the art of Kung Fu
in order to prepare each other for traveling through the dangerous
countryside of China while spreading their Word and works.
In modern times, this Monastary if for Perl Monks.
I think it would be very appropriate to have a section where we can teach
each other the art of the professional Perl programmer in order to prepare
each other for traveling through the dangerous countryside of the sofware
industry while spreading the Word and works of Perl.
or to put it in a less dramatic light...
Most of the members of this web form have similar traits, interests and goals.
By helping others we all are improved. By helping others when they are in need
we increase the likely hood that we will receive help when we need it.
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