Dealing with Legacy Perl Code
Date: This event took place live on February 25 2011
Presented by: Peter Scott
Duration: Approximately 60 minutes.
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The Perl motto is "There's More Than One Way to Do It." Unfortunately, some of those ways can be ugly. What should you do?
Tune in on Friday, February 25th as Peter Scott, author of the O'Reilly School of Technology's Perl Programming Certificate series, talks about how to deal with "legacy" Perl code - written by someone else, or maybe even yourself when you were younger and less wise. And if you'd like to ask a Perl question, share your own tips, or make a general comment leading up to this event, be sure to tweet OST at twitter.com/oreillyschool.
About Peter Scott
Peter Scott is the author of the O'Reilly School of Technology Perl Certificate series, and also of the books "Perl Medic," and "Perl Debugged," and of the video DVD "Perl Fundamentals." He has taught Perl all around North America, on the "Perl Whirl" cruise, and has been a frequent speaker at O'Reilly's Open Source Conference. He lives on Vancouver Island with his wife, baby daughter, two cats, and a parrot, at least one of which also knows Perl.