Learn to code with Perl 5

Perl is a dynamic programming language that started life as a scripting language for processing reports on Unix systems.

Perl has since been greatly improved and expanded. The latest stable version is Perl 5, and is not to be confused with Perl 6, which forked from Perl 5 over 10 years ago and is developed by an entirely different group (although there is a certain degree of cross-pollenation between the two).

Popularly known for scripting CGI (Common Gateway Interface) server applications in the hay days of the Web, Perl 5 is still widely used for systems administration, network programming, graphics programming, finance, and scientific systems due to its adaptability and text-processing capabilities.

Our Perl 5 programming training course is aimed at introducing the language and syntax, best practices and real-world examples, through extensive hands-on exercises.

"Very, very useful course! It has explained OO programming in a way no other course has! I would highly recommend it. I feel I have learnt a huge amount that I will take forward into the future, thank you. "

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"The instructor went into great detail of the language (Python) and his amazing understanding of other languages made for great contrasting examples which made it easy to understand."

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"The data sets and examples used during the course were useful and relevant."

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"Good overview of Python, and even some coverage of the more advanced subjects. Excellent 1 on 1 help!"

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LN, Software Engineer
UK GIS Specialist - name withheld

"We were given plenty of opportunity to write and discuss code during the course which meant we were learning the theory via hands-on practical work. This is definitely my favoured way of learning!"

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Winton Capital

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