I am using perl from past 9 months in my current project. Most of the time I am using basics of perl and I have never exploited the full power of perl or learnt complete perl.
I have decided to improve my perl skills in next 3 months and make it as a career (along with JAVA and linux skills) when I plan for job change in next 4 months.
So My target is to acquire and master below skills.
Perl, LAMP & Web focused experience
Expert OO/Perl programmer
Expert web development skills
So far I have not read any text book, most of the time I am using google for help.
Can anyone suggest me books to improve above skills? Is there any 1 or 2 text books that cover all of these or 1/2 online material on web is also fine?
Please help me, thanks.
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