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== Least Significant Bits ==
* All the way from a wet, grey, flat place (Suffolk, England) to visit somewhere totally different! We're not from London you know!
* Curmudgeonly UNIX types from the days of the VAX and 6502 but without the beards [https://twitter.com/steve_mynott/ steve] & [https://twitter.com/virtualsue/ sue ] bring USENET standards of trolling into the brave new Twitter world
* One of us hates systemd and believes he's a "trans-cat" after several beers and the other doesn't like mayonnaise (so leave it off her chips!)
Camelia.png|Camelia - the Perl 6 Butterfly urges you to download Rakudo Star 2017.07 and try it out!
* [https://perl6.org/downloads/ perl6 download] Get the new sister language to the world's most expressive and UNIXY computer language Perl 5!
* [https://golang.org/ go] C done right but we prefer our gopher to the official one (which creeps us out)
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