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Techniques and tricks to master basic and advanced OO Perl for programmers who already have basic to intermediate skills in procedural Perl.
Paperback, 490 pages
Published January 1st 2000 by Manning Publications
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Jeff
Hands down the best coverage of Perl fundamentals available. And a fantastic guide to object oriented Perl. If you are still writing a lot of Perl apps, this is a must have.

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Tim Lee
First few chapters were a good review of the perl and even after coding in perl for awhile I picked up a few useful tips. Later chapters that delved into various cpan packages became less useful to me. In the end, it's a very useful book for those who are tied to perl, but I've since moved to ruby for objected oriented designs so the book became less useful to me.
Apple84 Wylie
Aug 03, 2008 Apple84 Wylie rated it 4 of 5 stars
Recommended to Apple84 by: Perl fanatics; coders wanting OOP experience
This book may be a little dated now--and good luck finding a decent price on a used copy--but learning from Damian is the way to go. I first started to get OOP in Perl reading this book. The text starts simple and gets pretty deep into object oriented programming concepts. Pick up a copy if you find one for a decent price.
Scott
Perl is not natively OO, and getting used to it can be really heinous. If you want to really learn OO Perl, start here.
Josh
This is THE book on the subject, if you're into this sort of thing...
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