Fresh and updated books recommended by us for learning Perl.
Good for beginners. The book itself is full of step-by-step and try-it-out exercises, including real problems in the real world that can be solved by Perl.
One of the classic Perl books. Good for intermediate Perl programmers who want to improve their skills. Includes chapters on objects, references and modules.
A classic Perl book. The first edition was published in 1991. A great introduction into the Perl world where job is getting done.
This book includes many modern Perl practices, techniques and modules that you would want to know in XXI century. It is also great for updating your Perl knowledge if you haven't been following the language for awhile.
Easy-to-use quick Perl reference. Get the condensed information on about every important Perl topic.
A classic "the Llama" book. You'd want to read this book if you are a programmer, a system administrator or a web hacker. This edition covers the new Perl language interpeter version.
This is a book for those of us who believed that we didn''t need to learn Perl, and now we know it is more ubiquitous than ever. Perl is extremely flexible and powerful, and it isn''t afraid of Web 2.0 or the cloud. Originally touted as the duct tape of the Internet, Perl has since evolved into a multipurpose, multiplatform language present absolutely everywhere: heavy-duty web applications, the cloud, systems administration, natural language processing, and financial engineering.
A great read for advanced Perl programmers who would like to dive into idiomatic Perl and see how not that easy to grasp algorithms can be beautifully implemented in Perl. If you're into functional programming this book is also for you.