|FROM ||Paul =?ISO-8859-1?Q?Rodr=EDguez?=
|SUBJECT ||Subject: [hangout] New Perl Class Announcement
New York Linux Scene (NYLXS) is offering another round of Perl classes
in New York City!
Perl 1 and Perl 2 are starting on April 11th as one ten week round with
a one week intermission.
Starting on Thursday, April 11th, we will meet weekly on Thursday nights
from 6-10PM in midtown Manhattan, at 19 W44th St., 18th Floor.
PERL 1: Introduction to Perl Programming:
This class provides you with the training you need to understand and
work productively with Perl. Special emphasis is given to proper
real-world programming techniques. This class will take you through
Perl's underlying structure, writing your own Perl programs, and
learning to tackle real world programming problems.
PERL 2: Advanced Web Programming with Perl:
This class builds on the skills developed in Perl 1 to take your
programming to the next level. Beginning with object oriented
programming, this session will help you truly harness the power of the
language. Learn to use Perl to develop more powerful applications and
facilitate dynamic web development, maximizing your time and your skill.
Classes follow a lecture format. Study groups will meet on the
internet, and student space for homework will be provided on our server
and on our NYLXS education mailing list for discussion. Students are
highly encouraged to bring laptops to class.
This is empowerment.
This is NYLXS.
flyer is available for printing at:
WHEN: Thursdays (6-10PM) from April 11th to June 20th. We will have no
class on May 16th to provide an intermission between Perl 1 and Perl 2.
WHERE: 19 W44th St., 18th Floor.
The offices of Thaumaturgix, Inc.
HOW MUCH: $400 for Perl 1 and Perl 2
These classes are being offered together as
one class. It is not possible to take one
and not the other.
Perl 1 will cover:
-Operators -Control Structures
-Variables -Regular Expressions
-Functions -Use of Subroutines
Perl 2 will cover:
-Object Oriented Programming
-Basic CGI Programming
-Database Usage and SQL
-Building Database Web Applications with DBI
-Basic SQL and MySQL Administration
-Rapid Development and Web Design Templating
-Intro to modperl
-Writing basic Apache modules
These classes are being taught by Ruben Safir, CEO of Brooklyn Linux
Solutions, Linux and Perl instructor, and Golden Penguin winner. He has
experience teaching at NYU, CUNY, and The New School.
New York Linux Scene is dedicated to the empowerment of New Yorkers
through Free Software. We are an organization of volunteers dedicated
to active involvement in our community. We offer training, give
lectures, lobby, and are helping to bring Free Software to schools and
the government. Through our The Free Software Institute, we provide a
complete cradle-to-grave Linux and Free Software training program. Free
Software is out there, and it is prime time. You just need to learn how
to use it!
For more information visit http://www.nylxs.com
Please feel free to contact me, Paul Rodriguez, at paulr-at-nylxs.com to
enroll, or if you have any questions.
Class room space is limited, so enroll today!
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