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Ndn Spotted In Catalyst Screencast And On Twitter

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I published a screencast on Catalyst (the best Perl web application framework) and I used NDN to edit some Perl files.

 

Then, someone noticed NDN in the screencast and tweeted about using NDN on Windows.

 

PS: would be nice if NDN got a Twitter account and published updates there. AH?

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Hey Dan!

 

I published a screencast on Catalyst (the best Perl web application framework) and I used NDN to edit some Perl files.

 

Then, someone noticed NDN in the screencast and tweeted about using NDN on Windows.

Interesting.

"Strange" how even the most up-to-date software still can be used from command line.

I remember doing all my Oracle DB stuff from out of NDN, even the final tests...

 

PS: would be nice if NDN got a Twitter account and published updates there. AH?

Ha! Thank you for the idea, but... doing homepage updates already satisfies me more than enough. :P

I am no fan of Twitter, but if someone else wants to do this, it's ok with me.

 

Thank you!

Stefan / AH

 

PS: Maybe you want to check out the new release?

http://forums.muxe.com/index.php?showtopic=3226

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dandv    0
I am no fan of Twitter, but if someone else wants to do this, it's ok with me.

 

Awesome! I already manage Catalyst and MojoMojo, so here is NDN on Twitter as well: https://twitter.com/dosnav

 

PS: Maybe you want to check out the new release?

http://forums.muxe.com/index.php?showtopic=3226

 

Cool, I just tweeted about that!

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