[Announce] Perl course reboots

Dan Richter daniel.richter at wimba.com
Wed Jul 23 13:27:32 EST 2003

Hi everyone.

A Perl course was started earlier this year, but the person running the 
course had to drop it at the beginning of May because of other commitments. 
However, I have just gotten her permission to continue the course, so 
that's what I'm going to do.

You can join the courses mailing list here:
Note that this mailing list is divided into topics (one topic for each 
course), but you will get mail from all courses unless you explicitly chose 
to receive mail only for certain courses.
(You can see which topics you receive by logging into that same address and 
scrolling down to "Which topic categories would you like to subscribe to?")

In case you didn't follow the course earlier (or have forgotten 
everything), all the past lessons are archived:
1: http://linuxchix.org/pipermail/courses/2003-March/001147.html
2: http://linuxchix.org/pipermail/courses/2003-March/001153.html
3: http://linuxchix.org/pipermail/courses/2003-April/001170.html
4: http://linuxchix.org/pipermail/courses/2003-April/001184.html

The first lesson comes either this Friday (optimistic) or this coming 
Monday (pessimistic).

  [Larry] Wall [inventor of Perl] believes that people think about
  things in different ways, that natural languages accommodate many
  mindsets, and that programming languages should too.
    - Jon Udell, in his essay, "A Perl Hacker in the Land of Python"

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