Mark Pease Mark.Pease at
Fri Aug 15 18:09:57 CDT 2003

Scott Walters wrote:

> My advice is call area technical colleges about the availability of 
> night/evening
> classes. I can't remember who, but one of our own perlmongers was 
> teaching just
> such a course and perhaps still is. This is an effectively a directed 
> study,
> which checks in place to make sure that important tidbits aren't missed 
> and a
> safety net if you get lost (okey, I'm mixing metaphores, time to stop).
> Ongoing education at a college looks far better on a resume than stupid
> seminars anyway. Any technical college's Perl class is likely to be fairly
> comprehensive but suited to relative novices at the same time. It won't 
> move
> quite as quickly as a seminar, but it will be a lot more thorough.

That would be me. At the moment, Chandler-Gilbert is not offering the 
class maybe in the spring, though).

I can teach the class privately, as a three day, five day, or as an 
evening class one day a week for 8 weeks, if there is a place and at 
least 10 people.

Please contact me at pease at if anyone is interested.

Mark Pease                                     Mark.Pease at
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