I have not been using Perl very long, and I now have to use it a lot for work. So for learning I naturally picked up several books and started to go. I used the Camel a lot at first for basics, and then the Cookbook as well. Since I'm writing a lot of code to test network devices I picked up this book a little later.
Wow, this is a superbly written book! Full programs explained line by line, creating modules made easy, using CPAN and it's many wonders, its all in here.
This book not only showed me how to network in Perl, but also how to write better Perl and gave me (as a newbie) an easy Warp into some of the more advanced Perl stuff.
If you are a Newbie and have any interest in network programming whatsoever...BUY THIS BOOK!"Nothing is sure but death and taxes" I say combine the two and its death to all taxes!
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