On the other hand, googling “perl” gives you hits like:
- “The Perl Programming Language – www.perl.org”,
- “Perl programming documentation – perldoc.perl.org”,
- “The Comprehensive Perl Archive Network – www.cpan.org”,
- “Strawberry Perl for Windows”,
- “Perl Monks”,
- “The Perl Foundation”
from which every single resource is awesome – if you’ve been using Perl for a while, you just can’t not appreciate whole ecosystem and say Perl is dead because it’s simply not true at all.
Besides writing about software engineering and programming languages, because I believe in free and open-source software and culture, I’ll probably cover these topics, too. (Lately I started contributing to various open-source projects, I’ve been using GNU/Linux for almost nine years, I really enjoy both). For now, I’d like to point you to this blog post (by @pjf) which I fully agree with:
“While I’ve always known open source software is great, I’m increasingly starting to appreciate that open source developers are also great.”
What’s more, I’d like to share everything on this site for free, so I’m making all my code available under MIT license (unless marked otherwise) and all my writing available under Creative Commons Attribution license. You can grab the code of this blog is on GitHub, use it, fork it, modify it, etc. I’ll also be grateful for all suggestions and for spelling or grammar fixes because blogging in English and not being native English speaker is a challenge.
Anyway, enjoy reading, consider leaving a comment or following me on some social media, and have a nice day.