Moose "fixes" most of the shortcomings of Perl 5's OO, and, while I still roll my own Perl 5 OO code, I've become more enamored with Moose over time. Not for repeated startup scripts that are invoked 1000s of times because of the startup overhead still, but, for things like Catalyst use it's still great. I'm currently working on a Catalyst project - with Moose at the backend for OO. Good for that.
Yep - I'm writing in FORTH too. Great language. I also write in Perl 5 - a lot. Won't be moving to Perl 6 any time soon.
... when you need him?
And here is the link to the copyright office's document requesting input by the 23rd July.
This is the video I watched on the subject. It seemed more than plausible. I didn't get all the way through - only about an hour.
I checked the date. Nope. Not Apr 1st. Also - not a new Dr. Who episode.... Must be real!
Plenty of jobs at jobs.perl.org
Many require DBIx::Class, Moose and one of Catalyst/Mojolicious/Dancer.
Learn those and you will have new opportunities open to you.
Yes - powernotebooks for example offers notebooks built to your specification without any operating system at all. Your choice. OK - so that's online, but it's not "very, very, very few". They are only one of a good number of suppliers of notebooks that let you specify what you want and do not lock you in to Windoze.
Thought at first glance there were twice as many researchers as ants... Must be tired
Well, hmm, I've had the app in question - QuickOffice Pro HD - for a couple of years, so I can't do that. I just hadn't used it recently and hadn't noticed it had been messed with. So, I *can't* get a refund.
OK. So, seems like *Google* removed the functionality. From their support page:
"As of April 1, 2014, you will not be able to access files from any cloud storage services including Google Drive from within Quickoffice Pro and Pro HD applications. For existing Quickoffice Pro and Quickoffice Pro HD users, you can continue to use your existing app to create, view and edit documents, although moving to the Quickoffice app will allow you to take advantage of new features and updates to the product. For these reasons, we recommend downloading the Quickoffice app."
So, not exactly in and of itself a scam....
Well - glad I found this out !
I have and have used QuickOffice Pro which *was* a valid app. Reading the article I didn't even know QuickOffice Pro had been bought out by Google and retired.
So, useful information from my perspective.
I had not used it recently since I do not usually use typical "office" type apps on an iPad - mostly use it for professional music production instead, and the only reason I had it on there was to make edits to a spreadsheet that contained DAW track lists and assignments, but I can also access those another way, so I hadn't fired it up since installing it on a newer iPad.
I have just checked and the same problem exists with the Android version of the app. so it's not specific to Apple or the iPad store.
I think your sig needs hospitalization. Probably in intensive cares...
It's one of the potential reasons that people who stand in an anechoic chamber (I had the opportunity to many years ago now and it was an eerie sensation) can feel very unsteady on their feet.
Never ask two questions in a business letter. The reply will discuss the one you are least interested, and say nothing about the other.