Perly Linked Lists: What they look like, and why bother
Date: This event took place live on June 19 2013
Presented by: Steven Lembark
Duration: Approximately 60 minutes.
Linked lists are still useful even in the world of auto-extending arrays: for effective memory management and simpler threading. The first part of this webcast talk describes how to implement generic linked-list containers using Perl syntax; the second portion shows an efficient Object-oriented list manager that avoids the most common pitfalls of OO linked lists.
About Steven Lembark
Steven Lembark is a consultant working with ETL and automation code.
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