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All good points, really. :)

This wasn't really a complaint so much as an attempt to highlight an interesting and polemical discussion topic. I think we all know that you have to make a living. :) It is probably worth adding that I took merlyn's note at face value, but felt the need to point out that he himself is in the Perl instruction business and knows you all very well. As for the class advertisement, I was not bothered by it because I felt (much as liz stated) that this is something worth having, but might not necessarily reflect the "free advice" nature of Perl Monks.

I also think the monks will be very interested to read your responses because this is a topic that affects almost all of us.


In reply to Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Damian Conway Perl classes in Boston by allolex
in thread Damian Conway Perl classes in Boston by uri

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