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If however unfortunate it must be that they have been exiled from the main distribution - I mean, you are not really experiencing the journey of learning Perl if you have not read those, ok. The least that can be done is to have the oot-tuts hosted on perlmonks. This is the monastery after all right?

The links in the tutorials section re objects, need updating hint hint

the latest draft of intermediate perl book does introduce moose and roles due to moose being the prevailing thing of its kind.

But mostly the book fills round all the other stuff that goes with the oot-tuts. For which I am very grateful, however unfortunate for newbie monks that may be, as I get round to dogmatically eradicating any hints of bible references that may remain in them through the subtleties of indoctrination by thread comment invasion.

No really, I think the balance between learning aspects of programming and the language specific approach is handled really well through the oot-tuts and the related documentation

I was in fact delighted to hear from the bookshop attendant that the mastering perl new draft is out this coming December. I may be able to skip past some deparsing magic sections of the intermediate book and go straight for the 2014 warlock kit.

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