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enlightened |en'litnd|: adjective:
having or showing a rational, modern, and well-informed outlook

  

Planet Perl Iron Man

Daily archive for Friday, 23 November 2012

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NAP Tech Blog: Six Years Later
I joined NET-A-PORTER on 6th November 2006. A lot has occurred in the time since I joined the company and I’d like to share with you some of the things I remember from my time here. This doesn’t reflect the … Continue reading
Dominic Humphries (djh): No walls

I read an article about the "walled gardens" being used to keep people tied to a brand/product these days. Such as having all your music in iTunes meaning it would be hard to move from Apple to Android.

Funny thing is.. I don't have that problem. With [...]

tudorconstantin: Repainting the Monastery
Every time I search for something related to Perl, I stumble upon the Perl Monks site - I stay as little as possible on the site, because I can't stand how it looks - everything is too cluttered.

I feel like I am this guy


travelling 20 years back in ti [...]
tudorconstantin: Repainting the Monastery
Every time I search for something related to Perl, I stumble upon the Perl Monks site - I stay as little as possible on the site, because I can't stand how it looks - everything is too cluttered. I feel like I am this guy travelling 20 years back in [...]
vti: Scraping pages full of JavaScript

When scraping internet websites I use Web::Scraper. It's simple, readable and very handy. I can use XPath and CSS3 selectors or can get raw HTML and parse it with regexps when in despair. But sometimes the pages are full of JavaScript that is req [...]

vti: Scraping pages full of JavaScript

When scraping internet websites I use Web::Scraper. It's simple, readable and very handy. I can use XPath and CSS3 selectors or can get raw HTML and parse it with regexps when in despair. But sometimes the pages are full of JavaScript that is req [...]

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