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20140821 en-perl in-automotive_logistics_lubos_kolouch
20140821 en-perl in-automotive_logistics_lubos_kolouch
20140821 en-perl in-automotive_logistics_lubos_kolouch
20140821 en-perl in-automotive_logistics_lubos_kolouch
20140821 en-perl in-automotive_logistics_lubos_kolouch
20140821 en-perl in-automotive_logistics_lubos_kolouch
20140821 en-perl in-automotive_logistics_lubos_kolouch
20140821 en-perl in-automotive_logistics_lubos_kolouch
20140821 en-perl in-automotive_logistics_lubos_kolouch
20140821 en-perl in-automotive_logistics_lubos_kolouch
20140821 en-perl in-automotive_logistics_lubos_kolouch
20140821 en-perl in-automotive_logistics_lubos_kolouch
20140821 en-perl in-automotive_logistics_lubos_kolouch
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20140821 en-perl in-automotive_logistics_lubos_kolouch

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YAPC::EU presentation - When you write software for the Automotive industry, you quickly
find out that "good enough" is not good enough. In the world of
production without warehouses, with Just-In-Time or even Just-In-Sequence
deliveries, your program has to work smoothly under
any condition.

You find out that some traditional solutions based on proprietary
systems, and in with them connected languages, simply do not work.
You find it out usually on Sunday at 3 in the morning, when you are
waken up and you have a few minutes to find a solution, in order
not to stop the automotive factory production.

We found this solution in Linux and Perl.

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