Resources to get help in Perl by szabgab
Common Beginner Mistakes
Little annoying mistakes ... of others
Perl on Windows
Todo: Sort my homenode;-)
Found a way to automate 3rd party install packages / setup routines (not documented) on windows (like the scriptit tool in former days) if you know something please drop me a messages ... Win32::GuiTest, autoitarrays, lists etc:
So far only german: http://www.heise.de/open/Die-Zukunft-von-Perl--/artikel/132658Linux freak
XP is only a number
1st Happy Monkday 26.11.2009
LVL 7 Monk: 22.01.09
XP History, got lvl6 Scribe: 17.12.08
Experience: just enough to know I know not enough
Job: (mainly Windows) sysadmin. (as of 2009-03)
Hobbies: Linux admin. Playing around with my Postfix Mailserver.
Soccer. Computer games ;-).
Reading. Fantasy Books (Raymond E. Feist, Tolkien)
Goals: Learning, understanding Perl.
Goals: Hope to understand Spamassassin better with some Perl experience.
converting some simple Bash Scripts to Perl. Use Perl in a sysadmin environment
Becoming a Perl Monk ofc :-) Not becoming a XP Whore.
module caching in mod_perl
Write a review to: Win32::Security::
Formatting, nodelets etc i want it on my start page:
What shortcuts can I use for linking to other information?
Writeup Formatting Tips
The strictures, according to Seuss
Re: Real Life Perl Exercises
Re: Kill [me] (Free Note Taker) How do you Map & Disconnect Network Drives (in Windows)? interesting nodes: to delete a set of specific lines in a file I have been away from perl for a long time. Need suggestions for getting back in the game! A bio of my Perl life. Swallowing an elephant in 10 easy steps Common Beginner Mistakes [id://] Re: Acme::Don't my public scratchpad is populated, or polluted:
Odd or even or even odd?:-):
Terse Code for Odd Numbers
Found new online Regex tool
Some Perl Ressources:
Dominus higher Order Perl book, available for download now:
"Higher-Order Perl" now available for free download
Perl Community Calendar:
http://www.google.com/calendar/embed?src=ngctmrd1cac35061mrjt3hpgng%40group.calendar.google.com http://learn.perl.org/faq/beginners.html Perl Newbie Mailing List http://use.perl.org/
http://xkcd.com/519/ http://xkcd.com/312/ http://xkcd.com/208/ http://xkcd.com/353/ http://xkcd.com/224/ props Devel::Modlist Scripts: http://www.roth.net/perl/scripts/
Vim Plugin from perlmonk: http://www.thegeekstuff.com/2009/01/make-vim-as-your-perl-ide-using-perl-supportvim-plugin/
Some Monks i met (at perl-workshop.de Frankfurt/Germany):