Modern Perl (2020)

Modern Perl chromatic Modern Perl Perl is a popular powerful and robust programming language With countless satisfied developers tens of thousands of freely available libraries and continual improvements to the language and its
  • Title: Modern Perl
  • Author: chromatic
  • ISBN: 9780977920150
  • Page: 174
  • Format: Paperback
Modern Perl chromatic Perl 5 is a popular, powerful, and robust programming language With countless satisfied developers, tens of thousands of freely available libraries, and continual improvements to the language and its ecosystem, modern Perl development can be easy, reliable, and fun To take advantage of the full power of Perl 5 to become a true expert, capable of solving any problem putPerl 5 is a popular, powerful, and robust programming language With countless satisfied developers, tens of thousands of freely available libraries, and continual improvements to the language and its ecosystem, modern Perl development can be easy, reliable, and fun To take advantage of the full power of Perl 5 to become a true expert, capable of solving any problem put before you you must understand the language Modern Perl explains Perl 5 from theory to implementation, including Perl 5.12.
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  1. Philip Hollenback

    This is absolutely a must read for anyone who has been writing perl scripts for a few years If you re like me, you ve accumulated years and years of dubious perl habits, based on outdated knowledge This book helps you sort out what the best practices are for modern versions of Perl 5.10 and 5.12.This is not a book for the perl beginner, it s aimed squarely at the moderate to advanced user Lots of assumptions are made about your basic knowledge and the beginner would be quickly baffled by the inf [...]

  2. David

    I was big into Perl over a decade ago, but wanted to get back up to speed quickly This was exactly what I needed a dense collection of modern Perl 5 practices.It took me several months to get through Modern Perl, reading and absorbing just a little bit every day Each page has an average of two new concepts and the book is littered with code examples As one should always do when reading book about programming, I ran many of the examples and made up some of my own when I needed to better understan [...]

  3. Nathan Glenn

    This was a great book to learn Perl stuff from chromatic teaches almost everything about Perl in a single book, supplementing it with pointers to useful modules, discussions, or other types of resources He also has good advice for code design and organization, and general management.The entire book is on GitHub, so you can open issues and send pull requests for anything you think should be changed I decided to read the entire thing in POD format, which was a little cumbersome, but provided 2 ye [...]

  4. Alvaro Tejada Galindo

    Simply woaw This book is a must have and a must read If you have never used Perl beforeart reading Beginning Perl enad this book s a Perl biblebundled with lots of examples and simply and easy to understand use of PerlI wish every language had a book like this s like having a giant cheat sheet Need to say it againis book is must read for every Perl developer

  5. Max Lybbert

    It s been years since I ve done anything substantial in Perl This book provides a great re introduction to Perl, shows several of the Perl 6 features that were back ported to Perl 5, and has great tutorials on things such as Moose Additionally, it has a lot of useful information on various corners of the language.

  6. Miguel

    I found this to be a great Perl book I will keep it nearby when I work on a Perl project, as it will be an invaluable resource It is written in a concise and incisive style, which is also a quality of some of the best Perl code It takes you through the latest improvements to the language, and works through through lots of very useful idioms that make use of recent features.

  7. Gustavo Chaves

    It has several good pieces of advice on current Perl best practices But I think it dwells too much on the perils of old idioms and semi deprecated features, which could be left as a summary in an appendix I think the core of the book should stress only the good parts.

  8. Hilary

    This is for the intermediate Perl programmer, so read this after the Llama book, but do read it for another view on how to use Perl Unrated because I m not yet good enough to fully understand it, but I can appreciate it already.

  9. Matt

    Perl is complicated, but chromatic did a pretty good job of showing off its power and presenting the best of Perl.I wish most Perl developers would read this because it might help me from running away screaming from the Perl scripts that I often see at work.

  10. Zoffix Znet

    Fantastic book if you re already familiar with another language or just want to keep your Perl Fu up to date.

  11. Roman Savelyev

    It is not too big, because it does not repeat what ancient Perl has taught you Moose is not covered very well Few typos.

  12. Mrugesh

    This book is an absolute must read I ve already made this a mandatory reading to all the perl developers in the team

  13. Allie Fox

    Really good resource on current perl I was mostly using the practices in this book but it was very useful to refresh myself on it all.

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