[Pdx-pm] Know of any object oriented perl training?

Chris Dawson xrdawson at gmail.com
Mon Aug 21 12:24:36 PDT 2006

Stonehenge Consulting.


Randal wrote the O'Reilly book "Learning Perl" so you can't get much
better than that.


On 8/21/06, Kenneth A Skach <kaskach at usgs.gov> wrote:
> Hello Portland Perlmongers, can you recommend a source of perl training?
> I'm looking for perl training on object oriented programming and the use of
> perl modules.  I've been "using" perl for years, but just recently learned
> about modules, and CPAN, and a whole new world has opened up.
> I'd like to find a class before the end of September, preferrably on the
> West Coast.   I found one in London, but I need to stay within the US.
> I'd prefer in-person classes, but could settle for on-line training.
> I found Tim Maher's course
> (http://www.consultix-inc.com/consultix/courses/perl/fund_oop.html), but
> he's not offering it before October.  His course outline looked like what I
> want:
>       Tim Maher's Topics
>       ======
>         Multidimensional Arrays and Hashes
>         Anonymous Arrays and Hashes
>         Complex Data Structures
>         Using References
>         Data References
>         Code References
>         Package Variables
>         eval
>         Handling Exceptions
>         Writing Custom Modules
>         Intro. to Object-Oriented Programming
>         OOP in Perl
> Can anyone suggest a trainer or company?
> thank you!
> Ken Skach,
> USGS, Portland
> 503-251-3285
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