Today, I heard some very good news about the state of Perl magazines. No more details yet, because I like surprises.
There's something really nice about having two 22” monitors side by side in dual-headed mode. Especially if one of them's the Studio Display. My eyes are thanking me profusely already. Sadly, Q3A doesn't support dual-headedness. Well, we can't have everything.
My new toy - or at least, most of it - arrived on Friday. I'm still missing the 22” LCD screen, but I have the dual 1GHz PowerBook with 1G of RAM, 120G of disk, and NVidia Ti graphics card.
Attribute::Persistence(thanks to DCONWAY for a few clues with that one…) are on their way to the CPAN.
I don't think I'll be reading The Perl Review again, thanks to Brian Foy's insistence on putting something about design patterns or XP in every issue; what really finished it off for me was the article on the iterator pattern, dispatched considerably more efficiently by Mark-Jason Dominus in his Design Patterns Aren't lightning talk.
Inside of Shishi code matches, you can actually rewrite the text you're matching. Who needs shift and reduce? Urgh.