Soon after I started Perl help in exchange for books it became a huge success. At first I was expecting a lot of "can you please do my home work" requests but those have been rare. The majority of help requests are split between people who want me to do a code review and people who need a tool that assists them with their research, have discovered that Perl would be a good option to code the tool, but have no experience with Perl programming. And my biggest supplier of books, for over 9 months now, is an employee of a company who wants a better program to do his work and is paying for this Perl program out of his own pocket. And the 6 books I received today via Amazon are in exchange for another series of improvements per his specification I made to the program.
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