Dick Hardt studied mechanical engineering at the University of British Columbia where he learned how to program, drink beer and think out of the box -- not necessarily in that order. During his 12 years experience in the commercial software market doing Microsoft Windows development, Dick has worked variety of projects including the first commercial email programs. His most recent experience is with Perl, and is widely considered to be the leading expert in Perl on Win32 systems, as well as an all around fun guy.
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