Media praise for Randal Schwartz on Learning Perl

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"When O'Reilly Media first started, one of the books that was synonymous with its name was the Learning Perl series, more commonly known as the 'Llama Book'. Schwartz authored it, and continues to update it to this day. He actively conducts courses on Perl, and has refined the book through its many iterations based on feedback. In this video lecture, we finally have this privilege of 'sitting' live in one of his famed classes." Full Review >
-- Rajaseelan Ganeswaran, rajaseelan.com

"Learning Perl Video is almost 11 hours long lectures covering Perl from the ground up. Randal Schwartz presents concepts and quirks in Perl step by step. Videos are nicely divided by topics..." Full Review >
-- Przemysław Dąbek, cichykacik.wordpress.com/

"When I decide to start studying a certain programming language, I usually check amazon reviews and forum posts for a good book. With Perl , there was one name that appeared everywhere, Randal Schwartz. Learning Perl by Schwartz, phoenix and brian d foy was THE book to learn perl according… " Full Review >
-- Mikhail Madnani, mikhail666.wordpress.com

"The video tutorials by Randal Schwartz provide a pretty good overview of the perl language but the lack of exercises prevent it from being anything other than a simple overview. Randal Schwartz does an excellent job providing snippets of perl code to demonstrate aspects of perl and he has a… " Full Review >
-- David Karapetyan, articulationstudy.posterous.com

"Randal Schwartz, author of O'Reilly's Learning Perl (The Llama book), presents a 2 day video course covering the majority of tThis video presentation recreates a classroom setting that provides a unique and insightful introduction to the Perl language along with it's community and culture.he content from the book. " Full Review >
-- Matt Hulse, matt-hulse.com

"Perl is a general-purpose programming language originally developed for text manipulation and now used for a wide range of tasks including system administration, web development, network programming, GUI development, and more.The language is intended to be practical (easy to use, efficient, complete) rather than beautiful (tiny, elegant, minimal). Its major… " Full Review >
-- Surachart Opun, surachartopun.com

"This is a recording of a class that was offered by Randal Schwartz that covers basically the same material on how to program with Perl that you would get from studying his bestselling book. “Learning Perl” is such an iconic book for its topic that it’s often simply called “The Camel… " Full Review >
-- Bobbie Eicher, bobbielynn.net