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Old 04-14-2012, 11:51 PM   #1
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LXer: DuckDuckGo: Quack And Hack 2012


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Welcome to the DuckDuckGo Quack and Hack 2012. This event is made as introduction for the world of contributing to DuckDuckGo, with the main target to be set on the teaching of Perl basics, especially modern and high efficient Perl. The event is 2 days longs, from 30. June 2012 to 1. July 2012

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