YAPC::NA 2011 • Asheville, NC

Introduction to Object-Oriented Programming in Perl
By Dave Rolsky (‎autarch‎) from MN.pm
Date: Tuesday, 28 June 2011 10:00
Duration: 110 minutes
Target audience: Beginner

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This class will cover the basics of Object-Oriented Pro­gramm­ing in Perl, using Moose for the ex­am­ples. This sess­ion will ex­plain just what peo­ple mean when they talk about clas­ses, ob­jects, in­heritan­ce, attributes, and more.

The class will also show you how OO works in Perl 5, though we won't cover all of the gross bits. Instead, advanced con­cepts will be il­lustrated using Moose, an OO framework for Perl 5.

Please note that this is _not_ an in­troduc­tion to Moose. It is aimed at peo­ple who are familiar with Perl syn­tax and want to learn what object-oriented pro­gramm­ing is all about. If you al­ready un­derstand OO but want to learn about Moose, you pro­bab­ly want a dif­ferent sess­ion.

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