Intro to Object-Oriented Programming in Perl

Intro to Object-Oriented Programming in Perl

By Dave Rolsky (‎autarch‎) from
Date: Tuesday, 9 June 2015 10:00
Duration: 50 minutes
Target audience: Beginner
Language: English

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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 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.

Attended by: Dave Rolsky (‎autarch‎), Tony Chambers, Rick Bychowski (‎rickbike‎), Beth Rhinelander, matt minkin, Kevin Metcalf (‎profmetcalf‎), Robert Threet (‎RAT‎), Mike Weisenborn, Jason Fuller, Kyle Siemer (‎silvanus‎), Ryan Chaudhry, Weldon Whipple, Josh Lavin (‎digory‎), Dillan Hildebrand, Irina Todeva, Grigor Karavardanyan (‎G‎), Scott Gustafson, Adam Dutko (‎StylusEater‎), Travis Chase, Allie Rogers, Daina Pettit, Ramchand Karumuri, Liam McNerney (‎Lthemick‎), Matthew Green, Wesley Lattin (‎Wes‎), Jack Killilea (‎jrK‎), morgan jones, Greg Cole (‎wingfold‎),