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Monday September 15, 2008
09:58 AM

New Perl Patterns Book

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Update: I am very sorry that spell checking fell off of my to do list for this book. I have corrected many annoying errors and a new version is available. If you bought one in the last 24 hours, please write to me at the email address in the preface, so that I may replace your copy.

I'm pleased to announce the arrival of Perlish Patterns, my new book responding to the patterns movement, available from my lulu storefront.

This book is an expansion of a series of articles I wrote once upon a time for perl.com. In the book, I address every pattern from the venerable Design Patterns by Gamma and others (the gang of four), plus some others. While the gang of four focus on object oriented solutions, I use a richer toolkit to explore other options available in Perl. For a fuller description, see www.perlishpatterns.com.

Also availble from my lulu store are a book on the Gantry web framework and a novella about how our corporate overlords could leverage networked computing to become as dangerous to free society as totalitarian governments.

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  • I apologize for the typos and spelling errors, which were due to forgetting my spell checker. If you bought a copy before 8am Tuesday, September 16, 2008, please write to me at the address in the preface, so I may provide you with an updated PDF. I hope that the revision will be in place when print orders are fulfilled. If not, please contact me when your book arrives, so I can refund your purchase price.