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satura lanx or miscellanea

reinventing the wheel
  • zentara about reinventing the wheel
  • "You never really know how a wheel works, until you tear it apart. I bet you now know more than most about the http protocol, now that you built your own. I think building your own webserver is a great educational exercise, because it exposes you to all the problems involved, and also makes you appreciate the pre-made wheels that are given to us."

learning and teaching Perl

MARPA

security

threads parallel programming

signals

closures functional programming and high order Perl

modules

testing
debug

OO Perl Objects

Raspberry Arduino

windows peculiarities

windows spawn system and filehandles

portability and filesystem redirection
PAR pp exe

logging

large files

Unicode UTF-8

Tk GUI Gtk

GD and graphic

fun

DBI database

ack and colorized output
newline
eval
context

flip flop

sort
strict
pack unpack
array
complex datastructures and dumping methods

regexs

compiletime and runtime

benchmark
caller and BEGIN

symbol table and typeglobs

Perl history

Dancer Dancer2 Plack PSGI

CGI
jQuery Angularjs AJAX Bootstrap
web programming in general
SSL
LWP
web scraping

web performance
SOAP and WSDL

XML
SSH

math integers and random PDL

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