I had an interview yesterday. The company uses Perl (specifically,
object-oriented Perl) and C++. The job would entail working with OO Perl.
Now, I have some OO background: I worked at Taligent for 2 years. I've read
the books. I understand the terms. I've used OO Perl modules.
That said, I haven't written a lot of OO Perl myself. I don't think I'd have
any difficulty writing code this way (I never had trouble doing new things in
Perl). Also, I'd like to improve my skills at using OO Perl because, well,
because it's there. It's popular, it's different, "everyone is doing it".
OOPerl would provide a different set of spells in my programming grimoire (I
was going to say "weapons in my arsenal" but decided I didn't care for that