didn’t notice a lot of difference between it and
<a href="http://www.gnu.org/software/bash/">GNU Bash</a> that I had at home
on my Linux system, despite the fact that they are radically different (I now
-wouldn’t recommend tcsh for any use).
+wouldn’t recommend tcsh for any use). One thing I remember is that I often
+resorted to writing short scripts to administrate my systems in Perl instead
+of in shell, because I was not familiar with the constructs of shell programming
+too well, and Perl was all I knew.
+Aside from my Pentium I running FreeBSD, Ran's SGI Indy workstation system,
+we also got an old Sun-compatible server with about 4 GB of disk space
+(a very large amount of disk for that time), and some pentium machines
+running Windows 3.x or Windows 95. We also bought an
+<a href="http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/SGI_Challenge">SGI Challenge</a>
+server which was hosted at the ISP. Finally, we eventually got a Macintosh
+computer running an old pre-Mac OS X version of Mac OS, which was quite
+quirky and buggy. So quite a zoo of different systems.
+All these computers served for our job in setting up sites for clients, using
+HTML (a very old version, where best viewed in the Netscape browser, was the
+web server</a>, and CGI scripts written in Perl 5. Ah, the bad old days.
+<h2 id="what-I-learned">What I Learned?</h2>