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All the Perl that's Practical to Extract and Report

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  • ...then she will learn Perl from this man [flickr.com] or this woman [flickr.com] and who knows, she might end up learning The Art of Klingon Programming [yapceurope2009.org] instead of Perl.
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  • "She found one, and only one, that she would consider."

    That was kind of the point I was trying to share with folks in a recent rant called "Perl in your city [newint.org]." It's really hard to find good hand-on Perl learning opportunities to recommend. Hats off to the folks at Perl Training Australia for the work they are doing, which is excellent. Phillip.

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    • .. after twenty years in that seamy business called government IT (yep, one of the many many things governments _*%!-up), I suggest that Perl Training Australia (on the basis of their helpful Perl TiPs and their free docco) are not only a very good Perl trainer, but that their service is at least as good as that provided by large multinational computer and software companies.

      I'd think their manuals are excellent.

      If they see their way to produce a Perl Pattern book, I'd definitely buy a copy.

  • This is depressing reading. I'm currently trying to promote some public Perl courses [mag-sol.com] in London next month and it's proving incredibly hard to get Google to give any kind of importance to my pages.

    Of course, might be a victim of my own success here. Many of the top results from a Google search for "perl training london [google.ie]" are about the free Perl Teach-In [mag-sol.com] that I ran two years ago.

    I'm going to have to learn something about SEO, aren't I?

    • She actually didn't see your site until last night. You never showed up in her Web searches (she was largely searching for "Perl training uk", I think) and I had to send a link to her. Yeah, SEO is important :/