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08/25/07 From Zero To Perl: a one-day introductory Perl course

The Pittsburgh Perl Workshop is happy to announce "From Zero To Perl," a special course for programmers new to the Perl programming language, to be taught by returning PPW speaker, Daniel Klein.

There is an additional registration fee of $65 to take this course. Please select either the "Regular + From Zero To Perl" or "Student + From Zero To Perl" options when registering. Seating in this course is limited.

About the instructor. Daniel Klein has been instructing Perl for over a decade as a member of the Tom Chrisiansen Perl Consultancy. He has been teaching subjects relating to Unix since 1984, and has been involved in Unix since 1976. His experience includes the internals of almost every Unix kernel released in the past 30 years, real-time process control, compilers and interpreters, medical diagnostic systems, system security and administration, web-related systems and servers, graphical user interface management systems, and a racetrack betting system. He contributes regularly to the proceedings of the USENIX Association, and is also their education director. He holds a Masters of Applied Mathematics from Carnegie-Mellon University in Pittsburgh, and in his free time is a member of an a capella choir and an improvisational comedy troupe.

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