[tpm] Perl module question

Shaun Fryer sfryer at sourcery.ca
Fri Sep 7 14:35:31 PDT 2007

I just took the time to reread that. I remember that being one of the first
OOP tutorials I *ever* read. I worked through every example too. It was well
worth the effort. Wow, that seems like ages ago now. I think it'll be worth
it to go read all the stuff under "SEE ALSO" again too. I wouldn't be at all
suprised if I've forgotten a bunch of useful stuff since I last did.
    Shaun Fryer

On Fri, Sep 07, 2007 at 04:33:34PM -0400, Richard Dice wrote:
> perlboot is, IMHO, a brilliant re-telling of the old story of how object
> oriented programming is done in Perl.  I (and about a dozen other TPMers)
> saw merlyn give a presentation of this in maybe 2004 in Buffalo.  It was a
> sneak preview of the perlboot page and what is today his "Intermediate Perl"
> book.  He breaks it into pieces that actually make sense taken as a gradual
> progression and doesn't try to teach a whole new way of envisioning
> programming as OOP introductions often are.

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