Extreme Programming - 0 views
Interesting to note that ExtremeProgramming has emerged as a methodology for programming; it appears to be based in trial and error programming! Without tests and refactoring, it is not workable at all. So why not design first, write tests to that design, then program, test, perform refactoring and iterate?
That's exactly what ExtremeProgramming is, friend. Just do it in tiny increments.
"The differences between XP and trial-and-error are basically two-fold: first, you solve each error as it comes up, so that it doesn't compound with later errors. And second, you meant to do it that way in the first place, rather than being forced to come back and deal with unforeseen complications.
PerlMagick is an objected-oriented Perl interface to ImageMagick. Use the module to read, manipulate, or write an image or image sequence from within a Perl script. This makes it very suitable for Web CGI scripts. You must have ImageMagick 6.2.0 or above and Perl version 5.005_02 or greater installed on your system for either of these utilities to work.
gtk2-perl Home - 0 views
f your XML parsing requirements can be boiled down to "slurp an XML file into a hash", then XML::Simple is very likely all you need. However, many people who start using XML::Simple continue to cling to the module even when their requirements have outgrown it. Most often, it's fear of the unknown that keeps them from 'stepping up'; to a more capable module. In this article, I'm going to attempt to dispel some of that fear by comparing using XML::LibXML to using XML::Simple.
Perl for Perl Newbies - Lecture Series - 0 views
Perl is a useful language for working on Linux and other flavours of UNIX as well as on many other platforms where it is available (including the Palm Pilot ;-)). Perl is useful for text processing and generation, GUI programming, system administration, programming for the Web, working with databases, and most other things which are not very time sensitive.
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