I was playing with http://learnxinyminutes.com/ and noticed that Perl (5 and 6) are missing. The list is rather long with some less known languages, therefore missing Perl there is not good marketing. Is anybody working on this ..? Maybe http://perldoc.perl.org/perlintro.html can be modified for this.
and noticed that Perl (5 and 6) are missing.
I don't think they are :)
Remember -:: The state of Perl ScreenCasts ::-?
If you feel perl5-6 aren't represented on this (yet another unpopular website), volunteer to copy/paste from the dozens available :) Perl Tutorial Hub Learn to Spot a Good Tutorial
What is the best way to master perl and Where and how to start learning Perl , Modern Perl, Learn Perl in about 2 hours 30 minutes, perl 5, perl 6, http://rosettacode.org/wiki/Perl, http://www.ignition-training.com/booklets/perldistilled.pdf (backed up on http://coralcdn.org/)
I am not personally familiar with that site, but maybe they are looking for contributors. “If you happen to stumble across a hole in the water, fill it up!”
Read a book on Perl
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