Perl Training Courses

Perl Training

Perl Programming Language courses

Perl Course Outlines

Code Name Duration Overview
perl Perl Programming 21 hours This course gives a comprehensive introduction to Perl programming. Running Perl programs Creating a Perl script Running Perl scripts Getting help with perldoc Variable types and contexts Scalars, lists and hashes Strings and interpolated strings Special variables Context if/else/elseif do, while, until, for and foreach Compound data structures References to named variables References to anonymous data Multidimensional arrays Multidimensional hashes Managing files and user input Standard I/O streams File handles Command line arguments Reading and writing data files Perl regular expressions Extracting important text information Perl regular expressions Altering data with substitutions Global and case-insensitive matches Perl Operators Arithmetic expressions Replicating and growing strings SAssignment operators ile attributes Logical operators Ranges Subroutines Defining and calling a subroutine Passing and receiving parameters Returning values to the caller Perl Functions String functions for text manipulation List functions Sorting data Manipulating file system entries Reading binary files split and join Formatting tabular output Object Orientation OO in Perl Methods, classes and constructors Obtaining third-party packages from CPAN How to use use Defining a schema to employ OO modules Calling methods with the -> syntax Passing initialisation parameters
Object-oriented programming 21 hours The training is aimed at people who want to become acquainted with the possibilities of object-oriented programming and implementation paradigm in the selected language: C #, Java, Groovy, Scala, or PHP. The need for object-oriented programming An attempt to reflect real-world programming Evolution of object-oriented programming Object-oriented programming in terms of the rules of KISS and DRY Classes and Objects Ideas and entities in the philosophy of Plato The role of classes Implementation classes using objects Classes, properties, and static methods Naming conventions and coding naming classes Naming properties and methods Package Naming and folders Other conventions class structure Properties / field as a description of the object Accessor Methods for the implementation of functionality Modeling and graphical representation of classes requirements Analysis Modeling the structure of classes and relationships Describing the business objects EER diagrams UML class diagram Object-oriented programming paradigms The concept of paradigm Encapsulation Abstraction Heirdom Polymorphism Design and implementation abstraction layer Abstract classes Interfaces Features -Traits Cyclase nested Class generic Creating objects Ways to create objects The role of the constructor Pattern Factory Relationships between classes Aggregation Composition Chapter dependence - Decoupling Dependency injection containers DIC Mediator pattern The organization code Design code reusability Folder structure Namespaces, packages, modules Object-oriented programming and performance Reservations memory for objects Garbage Collector Explicit deleting objects, destructors Working with references The mechanism of reflection The area to apply reflection Acquiring information about classes and objects, The importance of reflection in the creation of documentation and software testing Error handling Possible models of error handling Object Model error handling The role of exceptions and class Exception, throwing and capturing unique A try-catch-final, nesting block Object-oriented programming Excessive liability classes, pattern Delegation Strong dependence Singleton and potential problems Anemic Domain Model
perltextman Text Manipulation using PERL 21 hours This course focuses on text manipulation using regular expressions in PERL. Practical application for text manipulation like processing data files and code files like C and Java will be used. The course will be project oriented where each day ends with creating a small project that parse C files, extract data from comma separated files, generate HTML and XML files Audience: Programmer, Developer, Testing personnel, Quality assurance staff who are involved in dealing and generating scripts to control applications Delivery: The course will be 50% lectures, 30% labs, 20% project development Day 1 PERL Programming Language Text functions in PERL creating files in PERL extracting Data from files Project 1 Day 2 Regular expression basics Text patterns Using Regular Expressions in text parsing Creating a flexible grammar Project 2 Day 3 code instrumentation using PERL introduction to HTML translating text and data into HTML and XML extracting data from XML and HTML files Project 3

Course Discounts

Course Venue Course Date Course Price [Remote/Classroom]
RabbitMQ London, Barbican Mon, 2016-11-07 09:30 £1832 / £2432
MariaDB Database Administration Bristol, Temple Gate Wed, 2016-11-09 09:30 £1733 / £2333
MongoDB for Administrators London, Barbican Mon, 2016-11-14 09:30 N/A / £2432
MongoDB for Advanced Users Birmingham Wed, 2016-11-16 09:30 £1733 / £2358
Big Data Architect London, Barbican Mon, 2016-11-21 09:30 £4406 / £5756

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