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by pjsmith (Monk)
on Feb 09, 2001 at 21:02 UTC ( #57411=user: print w/ replies, xml ) Need Help??

Newest Nodes is my best friend, and it should be your best friend too.

I don't care about the meaning of life, I just want to one day understand the Schwartzian Transform.

COBOL vs. Perl. Interesting node for me. I learned Perl while I was doing Y2K work on COBOL programs. I wrote Perl programs to help find and fix Y2K bugs. There really were Y2K bugs. You didn't see any because I did my job. *grin*

Shortcuts for linking to information. Good stuff to know.

Some useful man pages:

  • Perl Syntax
  • Interprocess Communication
  • Regular Expressions
  • Some OOP nodes. One of these days I'm really going to learn OOP.

  • Reactions to OO-Perl
  • Beginner's Object Orientation Exercises?
  • Tutorial - Introduction to OOP
  • Here's a few of my favorite nodes.

    Purely Practical Nodes:
  • Site How To
  • Writeup Guidelines
  • Underscores in Numbers
  • Most Often Mentioned Modules
  • Reviews (Both books and modules)
  • Regex ne String Compare
  • Functional Programming
  • Functional, Imperative, Objective Programming
  • Working with Poor Code
  • Choose the Most Powerful Language
  • Web site design, or lack thereof
  • Security matters: keep thy doors closed!
  • A Commenting Question
  • Shift, Pop, Unshift, & Push with Impunity!
  • IDE for Tk
  • Knuth Books, More Book Recommendations
  • Webpage Logins Part I
  • Webpage Logins Part II
  • Death to Dot Star!
  • Online CGI Resources
  • Delving Deeper into the World of Programming
  • Benefits of learning C
  • To sub or not to sub (lots of programming style advice)
  • Things every Perl programmer should know
  • Not quite as practical (but quite enjoyable) nodes:
  • From Initiate to Monk A must read, if you ask me.
  • The Path to Mastery
  • Code Smarter
  • Discipline
  • Chip(on the shoulder) Monks
  • Craft
  • Code vs. Prose
  • Articles on Philosophy of Programming
  • Perl Enlightenment and Personal Journey To It
  • PerlMonks as Ambassadors
  • "That's not the way I'd do it"
  • Frustration
  • Focus
  • A question of style
  • At what rate are YOU progressing?
  • Programming Inspiration
  • And finally, the Damian Conway Mini-Shrine:

  • Damian's Ten Rules For When To Use OO
  • A Day With Damian Conway
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