Well, I am definitely busted back down to paper man now. But I have a real good reason. I was JFDI. I was learning to test (I’d say I am level 1 for the moment). Boy, is testing a strange enterprise for the beginning tester. Like millions before me, I did “testing” the other way round: write, run, tweak, run, tweak, run, etc., etc., ad infinitum. Basically, you have to turn your mind inside out and think about your code in what feels like a pretty much inverted way. But I like the discipline it imposes.
I was working on Catalyst::Helper::Controller::DBIC::API::REST, which I blogged about once before. It’s my first CPAN module, and I’m very proud of that fact! I’m not so proud of the fact that I had to upload the thing about 5 times to get it right. In any case, it’s a good feeling to be a contributing member of the thriving Perl 5 community. Thanks ribasushi, ilmari, mst, Caelum, arcanez, confound, lukes, Fitz Elliott, and everyone else I bothered while putting that thing together.
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