Damian Conway is a computer scientist, a member of the Perl community and the author of Object Oriented Perl: A Comprehensive Guide to Concepts and. I am evaluating “Object Oriented Perl” by Damian Conway and Damien’s book teaches the primary methods used prior to Moose and Moo. Programmers who already have basic to intermediate skills in procedural Perl and understand fundamental concepts of object orientation will get a solid.
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Object Oriented Perl: A Comprehensive Guide to Concepts and Programming Techniques
But even in a Moose world, one can become more flexible in how they think of their design if they have more understanding of the lower level concepts.
Object Oriented Perl eBook added to cart. Kevin Ferlazzo rated it liked it May 27, When was the last time you read a funny programming book? To see what your friends thought of this book, please sign up. Perl-6 is not, but Perl-6 never went anywhere and never will. Table of Contents detailed table of contents.
Object Oriented Perl is designed to provide anyone who is familiar with the basics of regular Perl programming with a complete introduction to the object-oriented features of Perl. Multiple dispatch via a table.
It is very difficult to write a book like this. Tim Maher Foreword by Dr.
The perils of trust. Deyan Ginev rated it it was amazing Nov 09, Ernie rated it really liked it Nov 21, Using interface polymorphism instead. Non-essential but very useful Perl. Thank you orientfd for valuable inputs.
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Object Oriented Perl also discusses the latest relevant Perl modules, which are freely available and can greatly simplify object-oriented development in Perl.
Happy Halma rated it it was ok Jun 18, PerlMonks parthenogenetically spawned by Tim Vroom. From inside the book. What you might know instead B. For me it was the section on implementing strong member data privacy with flyweight scalar objects. Don’t worry if you don’t know what these things are; Chapter 1 is about jargon. Scott rated it really liked it Dec 23, Michael Jackson rated it liked it Sep 23, From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.
Techniques and tricks to master basic and advanced OO Perl for programmers who already have basic to intermediate skills in procedural Perl. So, assuming you’re already mildly familiar with Perl, but don’t know what OOP in general is, I whole-heartily recommend you to read the over-cited book “Object Oriented Perl” by Damian Conway.
Eventually you’ll probably also want to pick up and study OO design at a higher level, not specific to just Perl. See also the OP. It will not only teach you things you probably don’t really need to know, but it will also keep you entertained.
Thanks for telling us about the problem. These are books that you can buy when you’re just starting out in a field, and they even though you pull them off the shelf every week for years and years they never seem to run dry. Hands down the best coverage of Perl fundamentals available. Mike rated it really liked it Dec 13, These books will teach you how to implement object damiah programming in Perl, but learning the principles of object oriented programming is sort of another step in the process.
In particular, it examines the new standard “fields” module and the boject pseudo-hash construct.