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I really liked this comment, myself:

shaitand ( 626655 ) wrote:
The primary internet usage of Perl was coded for CGI. That usage is almost non-existent now. But Perl usage as part of a modern stack is on the rise again even if it is one of the less popular choices it is technically one of the better non-blocking highly parallel solutions able to handle thousands of concurrent connections without breaking a sweat. Actually the concurrent non-blocking thread model that is needed to break 10k connections which is being newly adopted everywhere else was the heart of the now ancient POE system in Perl. There are newer and more shiny solutions like Mojolicious being used these days.

It's nice to see there's still someone else out there correcting things that are Wrong On The Internet. I don't always have time myself.


In reply to Re^2: The Slashdot Interview With Larry Wall by doom
in thread The Slashdot Interview With Larry Wall by Arunbear

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