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Re: Schools using Perl

by DigitalKitty (Parson)
on Feb 22, 2007 at 03:35 UTC ( #601477=note: print w/ replies, xml ) Need Help??


in reply to Schools using Perl

Hi all.

I took the liberty of googling and in the process, I found these:

Foothills Community College http://www.foothill.edu/index.php

  • CIS 68E Introduction to Perl
  • COIN 68 Introduction to CGI using Perl

Canada College http://canadacollege.net/index.html
  • COMP 330 Introduction to Perl
  • COMP 331 Intermediate Perl

San Josť State University http://www.sjsu.edu/
  • CS 122: Advanced Programming with Perl

Millard Fillmore College http://www.mfc.buffalo.edu
  • MFC 214 Programming in Perl

University of Alabama at Birmingham http://www.cis.uab.edu
  • Introduction to Perl Programming

University of South Carolina http://www.sc.edu/
  • BIOL 757A: Advanced Bioinformatics

Cal State Fullerton University Extended Education http://www.csufextension.org/
  • Introductory Perl Programming
  • Advanced Perl Programming

University of Minnesota http://www1.umn.edu/twincities/index.php
  • CSci 3003/5980-1 Introduction to Computing in Biology


Hope this helps,
~Katie


Comment on Re: Schools using Perl
Re^2: Schools using Perl
by Marza (Vicar) on Feb 23, 2007 at 00:28 UTC
    Just to add to her list Deanza College http://www.deanza.edu

    CIS -033A-62 Programming in PERL

    CIS -033B-61 Advanced PERL Programming (LEC)

    The teacher is a bit of a pompous ass and doesn't like to help people unless they are getting A's and B's but he does know his stuff.

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