Advanced Perl Programming Course Overview

Advanced Perl Programming Course Overview

The Advanced Perl Programming course is designed for experienced Perl developers seeking to enhance their coding skills and deepen their understanding of the language. Through 15 comprehensive modules, learners will delve into advanced topics such as debugging, expert list manipulation, code references, object-oriented programming, database integration with DBI/DBD, and graphical user interface development with Perl/Tk. They will also gain knowledge on extending Perl with C/C++, embedding the Perl interpreter into C applications, module development, distribution, and efficient design and implementation practices.

This course will equip participants with advanced techniques and the ability to write more robust, efficient, and maintainable Perl code. By mastering these skills, learners will be able to tackle complex programming challenges and contribute to a wide range of projects, enhancing their value as expert Perl developers. Each module includes practical labs that reinforce the concepts taught, ensuring that learners can apply their new knowledge immediately.

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Course Prerequisites

To successfully undertake the Advanced Perl Programming course, students should ideally have the following prerequisites:

  • A solid understanding of the basics of Perl programming, including syntax, control structures, and data types.
  • Experience with writing and running Perl scripts for practical tasks.
  • Familiarity with Perl's basic regular expressions and file I/O operations.
  • Knowledge of using Perl modules and an understanding of CPAN (Comprehensive Perl Archive Network).
  • Basic understanding of references and complex data structures in Perl, such as arrays of hashes and hashes of arrays.
  • Comfort with using the command line interface on their operating system.

These prerequisites are designed to ensure that learners have the foundational knowledge required to grasp the more complex topics covered in the Advanced Perl Programming course. They are not intended to discourage interested students but to prepare them for a rewarding learning experience that builds on existing skills.

Target Audience for Advanced Perl Programming

  1. The Advanced Perl Programming course is designed for experienced developers looking to deepen their Perl expertise and enhance their coding skills.

  2. Target Audience:

  • Perl Developers seeking advanced skills
  • Software Engineers working in software maintenance or legacy codebases
  • DevOps Engineers who utilize Perl scripts for automation
  • System Administrators who manage servers and networks with Perl scripts
  • Bioinformaticians who use Perl for data analysis and manipulation
  • Web Developers maintaining Perl-based web applications
  • Data Analysts who require Perl for data parsing and reporting
  • IT Professionals looking for scripting knowledge to streamline tasks
  • Technical Leads overseeing projects that involve Perl programming
  • Application Developers who want to write more efficient and robust Perl code
  • Security Professionals needing to understand Perl for vulnerability assessments or scripting
  • Academics and Researchers who use Perl in scientific computing or research projects
  • Quality Assurance Engineers who automate tests using Perl

Learning Objectives - What you will Learn in this Advanced Perl Programming?

Introduction to Learning Outcomes

In this Advanced Perl Programming course, students will enhance their Perl expertise, learning to debug, manipulate data structures, implement object-oriented programming, extend Perl with C/C++, and create robust Perl applications.

Learning Objectives and Outcomes

  • Master advanced debugging techniques including warnings, strict checks, and using debugging flags to identify and resolve issues in Perl code.
  • Utilize expert list manipulation skills such as using grep, map, and foreach to effectively handle arrays and hashes within different contexts.
  • Develop a thorough understanding of code references, including anonymous subroutines, typeglobbing, and the creation and utilization of closures.
  • Gain proficiency in package management by learning to handle symbol tables, and import and export package symbols using the Exporter package.
  • Implement object-oriented Perl with concepts such as encapsulation, inheritance, and polymorphism, and understand how to use the bless function to create class and object methods.
  • Learn to work with tied variables to extend functionality of Perl's built-in variables and interact with databases using Perl's DBI/DBD modules.
  • Acquire the skills to install and use Perl modules from CPAN, manage the build process, and automate module installation.
  • Become proficient in SQL programming with DBI for robust database integration and management in Perl applications.
  • Create graphical user interfaces using Perl/Tk, managing widgets, and handling asynchronous I/O for interactive applications.
  • Extend Perl capabilities by learning to embed the Perl interpreter in C/C++ applications, and develop Perl modules for distribution, focusing on module development lifecycle, documentation, and testing.