[roch-pm] [Fwd: www.perl.com: Beginner's Intro to POE 01/17/2001]

Brian Mathis bmathis at directedge.com
Thu Jan 18 15:51:58 CST 2001

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Subject: www.perl.com: Beginner's Intro to POE 01/17/2001
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Hello perl.com subscribers,

I'm Schuyler Erle, developer for the O'Reilly Network. I'm
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It's that time of year again, folks! The Perl Conference 5 Call
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In other news, work on Perl 5.6.1 continues unabated. This week, we
are pleased to report that Unicode support has been declared stable
for future versions.

* What's New on the Site?

This week, Dennis Taylor and Jeff Goff present an introduction to
event-driven programming in Perl, using TPC's "Best New Module"
winner of 1999: POE, the Perl Object Environment.


Finally, Simon once again weighs in with the latest and greatest in
Perl mopery and hackery with his p5p report.

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A Beginner's Introduction to POE
Interested in event-driven Perl? Dennis Taylor and Jeff Goff show
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