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Re: Books to master Perl, LAMP and web development

by marto (Chancellor)
on Apr 08, 2010 at 12:26 UTC ( #833519=note: print w/ replies, xml ) Need Help??


in reply to Books to master Perl, LAMP and web development

Welcome to PerlMonks. Sadly you've posted in the wrong section of the forum, see Where should I post X?.

In answer to your question there are a several good resources for learning perl, and books about perl:


Comment on Re: Books to master Perl, LAMP and web development
Re^2: Books to master Perl, LAMP and web development
by lucky3 (Novice) on Apr 08, 2010 at 13:13 UTC
    Thanks marto. Sorry for the mistake.
Re^2: Books to master Perl, LAMP and web development
by tospo (Hermit) on Apr 08, 2010 at 21:40 UTC

    For OO Perl I definitely recommend "Object Oriented Perl" by Damian Conway (Manning). Like many people, I used Perl for a long time before doing any OO stuff and I found it a lot easier to learn the concepts of OO programming in other languages that are completely built on OO design principles (for me that was Ruby). Once I understood the concepts I found OO programming in Perl much easier than I had thought.

Re^2: Books to master Perl, LAMP and web development
by tryponraj on Apr 09, 2010 at 10:13 UTC
    If you are looking for 'advance perl learning', please have a look at : http://docstore.mik.ua/orelly/perl/advprog/index.htm Cheers

      Firstly, you've replied to the wrong person, I didn't ask for your advice. Secondly, links to unauthorised copies of books aren't welcome here. For a recent example see Re: Understanding the Perl Interpreter. Please remove this link.

      Update:, fixed typo s/welcom/welcome/

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