- Taschenbuch: 397 Seiten
- Verlag: O'Reilly and Associates; Auflage: 2 (30. Januar 2014)
- Sprache: Englisch
- ISBN-10: 144939311X
- ISBN-13: 978-1449393113
- Größe und/oder Gewicht: 17,8 x 2,3 x 22,9 cm
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brian d foy is a prolific Perl trainer and writer, and runs The Perl Review to help people use and understand Perl through educational, consulting, code review, and more. He's a frequent speaker at Perl conferences. He's the co-author of Learning Perl, Intermediate Perl, and Effective Perl Programming, and the author of Mastering Perl. He was been an instructor and author for Stonehenge Consulting Services from 1998 to 2009, a Perl user since he was a physics graduate student, and a die-hard Mac user since he first owned a computer. He founded the first Perl user group, the New York Perl Mongers, as well as the Perl advocacy nonprofit Perl Mongers, Inc., which helped form more than 200 Perl user groups across the globe. He maintains the perlfaq portions of the core Perl documentation, several modules on CPAN, and some stand-alone scripts.
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Did not come with a Camel as indicated on the cover.
A few words on the raise and… I do not believe there is a fall of Perl, but you may disagree. Perl, even outside of the CGI programming, is still very much alive and… you can do a lot in it! I also see it as a powerful data, text manipulation and processing platform (built-in RegEx, not to speak of the power of CPAN).
The book rocks, even thought I am almost new (I used to write quite a few short-liners in my life under Linux, but they were mostly for some subtle text processing) to Perl. The book does not limit you to exploring the subject as it is represented in the book. Even as you progress through, actually, the book has list of references to other books and supplementary material at the end of each chapter. The material covers numerous advanced topics from how would you debug a Perl program using various debuggers, profile it, clean to how to write your own modules and ultimately contribute to the success of the language. It’s fun and easy to read, has useful concrete examples and short enough code to comprehend.
To my dismay, just upon starting reading this book I realized I picked one of the most advanced ones. So be aware dear Perl explorer, if you are not yet at a Yellow Belt level in Perl you are going to be trained for the Black one with this book. So before late, you may want to acquire either the Learning Perl book and/or Intermediate Perl (from brian, yes in lower case Smile, as is in the webpage of the book itself, even though I would print it in all capital letters), depends what belt you are wearing.
The only few weak points in my humble opinion are:
No coverage for creating charts, graphs
No serious RDBMS interoperability shown, or the use of ORM
As it concerns of me, I need to go get one of the lover level books, but I am giving this book a passing mark of 5 out of 5 stars.
Disclaimer: I received this book for free as part of the O’Reilly Blogger Reviewer Program.
PS: Full review is at http://goo.gl/IVPFbA
However chapters are good, and it closes the trylogy "Learning Perl" , "Intermediate Perl", "Mastering Perl".
I found myself better to read "Programmin Perl", "Advanced Perl Programming", "Perl Cookbook" (all these three from O'Reilly) and then to read "Modern Perl", which is a very good book, because it teaches you how to write programs using Modern Perl (i.e. using Moose), which I found that is a must.