I'm starting to copy the simple bits of embedded Perl code I've used over the past few years. As you may know, my company has plans to merge with (or be acquired by) Alacatel. One popular form of knowledge management is to mine your people's processes, methodologies and assets before you
fire them reduce headcount. I've already been pretty good at capturing the necessary bits about processes/methodologies on our Wiki over the past few years. I do this in case, as we usually say, one of us gets by a bus or something. Morbid. So, anyway, they won't have to mine my head. But there are little bits of actual code all over the place that I haven't captured for myself.
So I'm going to start doing some retrospective knowledge management for myself to capture some of the methods I've used on presentation-layer server-side scripting with Embperl. These are mostly the little subroutines that I think might be reusable. I'm not sure I'll ever work in Embperl outside of this place. I'm not even sure there are really that many people interested in Embperl out there, but if you are, you'll be able to find the scripts in Resources section over the next few weeks.
For the non-perl stuff (e.g. IA/ID-related processes and methodologies, html and css snippets), I've been keeping notes here on the blog as well as in my wiki. Not sure if I'll publish any of that though because a lot of it requires explanation. The nice thing about the little code snippets is that they're for doing very small things in Perl and are pretty self-explanatory.