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I went to hear retired Erie 1 BOCES superintendent Don Ogilvie speak on this topic and that of administrative resiliency earlier this year as part of the WNY Educational Services Council speaker series. ” Since sometime over the summer, I’ve been thinking about our work at Randolph and the rest of my career. Sure there are things to do–there are always things to do in an organization with an million budget, almost 200 employees, and 950 students.But we’ve generally got it figured out and as our teams have grown in their competence, I’ve felt more and more irrelevant.
For example, it's been several decades now since a certain set of Bible translations came out, and you'll notice a pattern: the New English Bible, the New American Standard Bible, and the New International Version, to name a few. I suspect we'll still be calling them "new this" and "new that" a hundred years from now. He often compares Perl to a natural language and explains his decisions in Perl's design with linguistic rationale.
He also often uses linguistic terms for Perl language constructs, so instead of traditional terms such as "variable", "function", and "accessor" he sometimes says "noun", "verb", and "topicalizer".
When I think about the many gifts in my big, beautiful life, few compare to the gift of knowing my students as they become adults.
I’m incredibly grateful for my lunches with Nikki and Kristin, my phone calls to proof a paper for Ryan, that Jason doesn’t write me a ticket if I’m driving a bit too fast and stays to catch up, that Allison calls me for advice and makes time for lunch on school breaks, that I can read what they’re all doing on social media, and for my RCS lunch crew who came to see me this summer plus every other student who’s allowed me into their lives in some way.
Wells was a rifleman assigned to the 1st Battalion, 4th Marine Regiment, 11th Marine Expeditionary Unit, I Marine Expeditionary Force, based at Camp Pendleton, Calif. He was killed during his second deployment to Iraq.“I’m proud of my brother for everything he’s done,” his brother, Chad Wells, told WWL-TV of New Orleans.
Wall grew up in Los Angeles and then Bremerton, Washington, before starting higher education at Seattle Pacific University in 1976, majoring in chemistry and music and later pre-medicine with a hiatus of several years working in the university's computing center before graduating with a bachelor's degree in Natural and Artificial Languages. He is the co-author of Programming Perl (often referred to as the Camel Book and published by O'Reilly), which is the definitive resource for Perl programmers; and edited the Perl Cookbook.
22, of Mount Hermon, La.; assigned to Battalion Landing Team 1/4 (1st Battalion, 4th Marine Regiment), 11th Marine Expeditionary Unit, I Marine Expeditionary Force, Camp Pendleton, Calif.; killed Aug. Louisiana Marine killed in Iraq Associated Press CAMP PENDLETON, Calif.
— A Marine from Louisiana was killed this week fighting in Iraq’s Najaf province, the Marine Corps said on Saturday.
Wall has also alluded to his faith when he has spoken at conferences, including a rather straightforward statement of his beliefs at the August 1997 Perl Conference and a discussion of Pilgrim's Progress at the YAPC (Yet Another Perl Conference) in June 2000.
Wall continues to oversee further development of Perl and serves as the benevolent dictator for life of the Perl project.
Knowing and loving our young people, either my students in the classroom or a troubled kid when I was a principal or a group of students as a superintendent is one of the most rewarding experiences of my life.