The Building Blocks of OO Perl
Tuesday May 8th 2001 at 7:00pm
To understand OO Perl people need to understand the definitions of a
package, module, reference and object. The presentation will discuss the
basics of modules, perl data types (scaler, hash, array) and references
to them (how to de-reference, nest structures). Question and answer time
will be available if people wish to bring their questions or examples
of code they are trying to understand/write, Steve can go through the
syntax and show why/how it works.
A good summary of what will be covered can be found at:
Steven Lembark began working with Perl in 1991 at EDS, practically
extracting data from various places and reporting on it to his boss.
Since then he has used it for parallel process control, cron
replacements and beating Oracle 8.0.5 into submission. Steven
currently works for Knightsbridge Solutions, a consulting company
dealing with scalable computing and "big data". Most of his current
Perl work has been for process and system management, with a dose of
mod_perl thrown in for good luck.
The next PerlSIG meeting of UniForum Chicago will be from 7:00 pm to
9:00 pm on Tuesday, May 8th, 2001, at the College of DuPage, building OCC - room 128(c,d).
College of DuPage
Building OCC, Rm 128(c,d)
22nd and Lambert
Glen Ellyn, IL 60137-6599
Take 355 to Butterfield Rd (Rt 56).
Butterfield West to Lambert
Rd. Lambert Rd North to 22nd St. West on 22nd St to Lot 9 or 10
entrance. South into lot 9 or 10. Park in lot 9 or 10 and walk to
the OCC (Open Campus Center) building. The meeting room is 128(c,d)
which is towards the west end of the building.
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