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- Title Computer Science & Perl Programming
- Author(s) Jon Orwant
- Publisher: O’Reilly Media
- Paperback : 744 pages
- Language: English
- ISBN-10 : 0596003102
- ISBN-13 : 978-0596003104
Book Description – Computer Science & Perl Programming pdf
Computer Science & Perl Programming – Jon Orwant, the original editor and publisher of The Perl Journal, compiled and re-edited the first edition of The Best of the Perl Journal, Computer Science and Perl Programming. We’ve immortalized the best (and still relevant) pieces written in TPJ over its five years of existence in three volumes in this series. This collection contains 70 papers on hard-core computer science, sophisticated programming approaches, and Perl’s underlying mechanics. Here’s a taste of what you may expect to discover inside:
- Understanding Regexes by Jeffrey Friedl
- Mark Memoization can help you optimise your Perl applications, according to Jason Dominus.
- Parsing by Damian Conway
- Tim Meadowcroft discusses Perl’s integration with Microsoft Office.
- Larry Wall discusses Perl’s culture.
The Perl Journal published 247 articles by over 120 writers in its first five years. It was subscribed to by every major Perl programmer, and every renowned Perl guru leaped at the chance to write for it. TPJ included essential concepts like regular expressions, databases, and object-oriented programming, as well as demonstrating Perl’s utility in domains like astronomy, biology, economics, artificial intelligence, and games. The Obfuscated Perl Contest and the Perl Poetry Contest were both born in the journal, and it remains a proud and timeless achievement of Perl during one of its most exciting periods of development.
About The Author
Jon Orwant, the founder of The Perl Journal, was honored with the White Camel lifetime achievement award in 2004 for his contributions to Perl. He works at Google as an Engineering Manager, where he oversees the Patent Search, Visualizations, and Digital Humanities teams. Jon worked on Book Search for most of his time at Google, and he created the widely used Google Books Ngram Viewer. He was the CTO of O’Reilly, the Director of Research at France Telecom, and a Lecturer at MIT before joining Google. In 1999, Orwant earned a doctorate from MIT’s Electronic Publishing Group.
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