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    Inicio > Historias > "I can't think of other place to link" day

    "I can't think of other place to link" day

    Did everybody in the blogosphere turn crazy? Somebody declares September 19 the talk like a pirate day, and everybody is linking to them! If that was not enough, you can even compute your pirate name!.
    Your pirate name is:

    Calico John Kidd

    Often indecisive, you can't even choose a favorite color. You're apt to follow wherever the wind blows you, just like Calico Jack Rackham, your namesake. Even though you're not always the traditional swaggering gallant, your steadiness and planning make you a fine, reliable pirate. Arr!

    Damn! I fell for it!

    2003-09-20 20:06 | 3 Comment(s) | Filed in

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    De: Pablo Fecha: 2003-10-02 21:17

    Me he tenido que introducir en el mundo de Perl por obligación profesional, y debido a mi pereza me resulta molesto leerme el perltoot porque esta en ingles. ¿Algun librito o enlace a una pagina de Perl orientado a objetos recomendable?. La verdad no se me ocurre que ventajas le verán mis jefes a Perl para programar en web frente a Java. Saludos y gracias

    De: JJ Fecha: 2003-10-03 01:29

    Pues así, al pronto, no. Es posible que haya traducciones de perltoot, pero, la verdad, no las conozco. También hay varios libros de Perl en castellano que te podrán ayudar, pero así, a bote pronto...

    De: Pablo Fecha: 2003-10-03 06:14

    Me pasaré por una libreria y miraré alguno. La verdad es que por ahi buscando no hubo a nadie que le apeteciese traducir el perltoot. Se lo pasaré a pj. Un saludo y gracias.

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