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SAP Replication Server

In his ZDnet blog, Adrian Bridgwater mentions my blog and the latest article I wrote for the ISUG Technical Journal.  This has totally made my month!  (Not counting the blue raspberry slushee zombie baby 😉 Perl in the shell Posted by Adrian Bridgwater Why doesn’t...

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FW EmmaJane.net: Making Change Happen

Ubuntu Linux

When I read the first article of Emma Jane Hogbin‘s “Making Change Happen” in Full Circle Magazine’s “Ubuntu Women” column, I was quite impressed.  Having to learn more about what she has to offer to technical knowledge I moseyed (sp?) on over to her website....

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Geek Spotlight: Michael Peppler

SAP Adaptive Server Enterprise

You are best known for creating the custom build of Perl known as SybPerl back in 1991 when Perl itself was new. What made you decide to create SybPerl? In 1989 I moved from developing on MS-DOS and Waterloo Port (Waterloo Port was a cousin...

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Geek Spotlight: Nicola Worthington

Perl

Every once in a while, I’m going to try to highlight an individual that stands out from the rest. Earlier today I was fortunate enough to be able to sit down, virtually, with Perl developer, Nicola Worthington…. Nicola, you are well known for your multiple...

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