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Randal Schwartz's Perls of Wisdom (Expert's Voice in Open Source) (Englisch) Taschenbuch – 14. Dezember 2004


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  • Taschenbuch: 360 Seiten
  • Verlag: Apress; Auflage: 2005 (14. Dezember 2004)
  • Sprache: Englisch
  • ISBN-10: 1590593235
  • ISBN-13: 978-1590593233
  • Größe und/oder Gewicht: 16,6 x 2,1 x 22,4 cm
  • Durchschnittliche Kundenbewertung: 5.0 von 5 Sternen  Alle Rezensionen anzeigen (1 Kundenrezension)
  • Amazon Bestseller-Rang: Nr. 691.021 in Fremdsprachige Bücher (Siehe Top 100 in Fremdsprachige Bücher)
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Randal Schwartz's Perls of Wisdom is a collection of more than 70 columns from popular and prolific Perl columnist Randal Schwartz. These insightful pieces cover everything from Perl basics to how to decompose XML using an HTML parser. Schwartz's unique writing style and (sometimes) truly twisted use of Perl makes for exciting reading for those who want to enhance their Perl skills.

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Randal Schwartz is one of the bestselling authors of all time, having been fortunate enough to coauthor two of the seminal books on learning Perl. Perl is perhaps the seminal programming language of the Internet boom and one of the most popular programming languages for doing anything from system administration to parsing a CSV file. In addition to Programming Perl and Learning Perl , Randal just completed a new book for intermediate Perl developers, and has been the Perl columnist for UNIX Review , Web Techniques , Sys Admin , and Linux Magazine .

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2 von 2 Kunden fanden die folgende Rezension hilfreich Von Richard Lippmann am 2. Januar 2005
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Randal Schwartz ist einer der ganz großen Könner im Bereich Perl, aber nicht nur das! Er kann auch gut erklären, sehr gut sogar. In diesem Buch sind eine Vielzahl von Artikeln aus Zeitschriften zusammengefasst die es wirklich wert sind gelesen zu werden. Zumeist fängt es mit einer einfachen Frage an und der Autor versucht die Hintergründe zu beleuchten. Allermeistens gelingt das und man weiß mehr wo das Kopfweh herkommt und nicht nur wo eine Tablette liegt um es abzuschalten.
Nicht immer sind die Beispiele so gewählt, daß sofort klar ist, wo man eine Technik im wirklichen Leben einsetzen kann. Aber wenn man schon länger in Perl programmiert ist so manches Aha-Erlebnis vorgegeben. 60 einzelne, relativ kurze Lektionen und bis jetzt hat sich jede gelohnt zu lesen. Keine abstrusen Gästebuch-Programme, Gott sei Dank!
Randal Schwartz hat viel Erfahrung mit Schülern, Vorträgen und Programmieren im richtigen Leben. Das merkt man sehr deutlich. Ein tolles Buch für Fortgeschrittene!
Sprache: Englisch. Aber sehr gut zu meistern, da der übliche Techtalk benutzt wird den man sowieso auf Manpages etc. findet.
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A dated compendium of Randal's Perl columns 4. März 2005
Von R. Lodato - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
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Anyone who has been working on the *nix platform has had a brush with Perl, the scripting language whose acronym (depending on who you ask) could mean Practical Extraction and Report Language, or Pathologically Eclectic Rubbish Lister. In either case, there is a distinct difference between learning to use Perl, and learning to use it well. In my opinion, the best way to learn any language well is to see how others have used it to solve problems. One of the foremost experts in the use of Perl, Randal L. Schwartz, has been writing columns since March of 1995 on the use of Perl in the real world, and has provided us with 6 books and over 200 columns with many examples on how Perl is used.

Perls of Wisdom is a collection of 65 selected columns from Linux Magazine, Unix Review, and the now defunct Web Techniques magazines, written between May 1995 and July 2004. In each column, Randal discusses some problem that he had to solve, or that someone else needed help in solving. He carefully discusses the problem, and then shows the Perl code needed to resolve it. Many of the columns are complete applications that can be run (with minor modifications) by the reader. (The listings are also available from the apress.com web site.) Each column has been reproduced as it was written in the original magazine, with "Randal's Note" prepended. Therein lies this book's best feature and greatest flaw.

In its entirety, Perls of Wisdom contains 65 columns, split roughly half-and-half between tutorials and fully commented programs. More than half of the columns show that Randal uses Perl for web processing more than for general scripting, data reduction and reporting. His tutorial articles are top-notch, but I have a quibble over his program articles, which are somewhat dated. There were a number of prefaced notes to the effect that today he'd do it differently with some new feature or CPAN module. I really wish he had actually updated the column to show the new coding techniques. The original code is interesting in the historical sense, but I wanted to see nuggets of Perl wisdom for me to use in my daily job. The writing style is fine; the bits of insight are useful, but many of the programs are too specific to problems you or I may never see, and were solved in code that's showing its age. I'm glad I got to read the book, but I think it only rates a 3 out of 5.
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useful setof essays 5. Februar 2005
Von W Boudville - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
Format: Taschenbuch
Isn't it nice to have something on Perl that doesn't start at the beginning? Schwartz is one of the best known proponents of Perl and he offers expert advice in this book. It is a collation of what he regards as his best essays. These appeared over the last 10 years in columns he wrote for Web Techniques, Linux Magazine, Unix Review and Perl Journal.

For Perl programmers, it's useful to have these essays in easy reach, as opposed to thumbing through your back copies of those magazines.

The essays are grouped into broad categories. For those involved in web applications, you might turn to the chapters on CGI and on HTML and XML. Though I do wonder a little about the former choice. Nowadays, CGI tends to be deprecated, in favour of JSP or ASP approaches. Mainly because CGI coding turned out to be so dreadfully awkward. Granted, Perl helped mitigate some of this, but even so, the demand for Perl CGI scripts might have fallen since the 90s.
Enjoyable, if dated 15. Dezember 2007
Von David Berube - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
Format: Taschenbuch
I really enjoyed this book - I haven't had to write Perl consistently in years, but programming, ultimately, is programming, and the book shows clear thinking the whole way through. Many of the problems tackled aren't big issues anymore, of course, but it's still a great read.

David Berube
Berube Consulting
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Useful tidbits abound 30. Juni 2005
Von William Grother - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
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It's amazing how much Perl knowledge is crammed into some people and Randal Schwartz has more than his fair share!

His articles are concise and cogent. You might want to complain about the layout somewhat, but collections rarely fit into neat categories and these columns are no exception.

While quite a bit of this makes use of tools and techniques that I have not found use for yet in my work, it has made me think about implementing a few things for my own personal joy. And by pawing through the examples and the code, I picked up a tidbit or two that I had not thought of or considered before, especially in Section 5, The Webmaster's Toolkit. I can't wait to try some of it out!

If there's to be any complaint, it's that some articles (as the author admits) have had their core ideas superceded by newer additions to Perl. It might have been nice to find addenda to these articles, showing some updated coding, rather than having it left up to the imagination. Still, it's not enough of a complaint to rate this as anything less than a 5-start masterwork.
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Messy, even for an article book 11. Mai 2005
Von Jack D. Herrington - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
Format: Taschenbuch
It's not in my nature to like article compilation books and this one seems actually a little worse than usual to me. The content is all over the place and the formatting should have at least gone through some sort of standardization process. I find this kind of book very lazy. At the very least, be sure check the outline to make sure what's being covered matters to you before spending the money on this one.
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