I'm a freelance Perl expert offering consulting and training. I do everything from fix legacy code bases to writing Modern Perl applications. I've written or cowritten two books on Perl and have leveraged this to live in multiple countries. Contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org.
It's a sad fact that life has an annoying way of taking precedence over dreams. Several years ago I was working on a project codenamed Veure (the Catalan verb "to see"). People in my field would routinely ask me what it was about, but I didn't answer. I wanted it to launch as a surprise. Today I have to face the reality that my vision is greater than my free time. Running a successful business with my wife, traveling to conferences all over Europe and the US, along with trying to raise a daughter have meant that free time is something I have in limited supply.
Veure was nothing less than my attempt to create an MMORPG in Perl, but I'm a stubborn cuss and refuse to admit that Veure is dead. Who knows? Maybe this post can rekindle interest in it.
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Ship's manifest for the Bootlegger "Serenity", a modified Corvette
with a small, hidden cargo area supplementing the main cargo.