Pro Perl Debugging
Publisher: Apress | March 14, 2005 | English | 296 pages | 7.7 MB |
Combining the best features of C, UNIX utilities, and regular expressions, Perl has grown as one of the most powerful and popular scripting languages. The valuable Perl is often used for system administration, text processing and Web programming. It is even being used for more exotic areas, like bioinformatics.
It is even being used for more exotic areas, like bioinformatics. Perl is supported by all of the most prominent operating systems, including Windows, Unix, OS/2, Amiga, and others.Pro Perl Debugging
steps in to help resolve the dilemma of application testing and debugging&emdash;one of the biggest time commitments in a programmer?s daily routine. What this book will do is rescue you from substandard application testing practices. The book commences with several chapters that overview the debugger?s basic features, then covers common debugging scenarios. The concluding portion examines debugger customization, alternative debugging utilities, and debugging best practices.About the Author
Richard Foley is a software contractor and Perl expert based out of Munich, Germany.Other recent clients include UBS Investment Bank and DLR, where he worked on a fascinating project involving testing the International Space Station storage area network. Richard previously authored Perl Debugger Pocket Reference.As one of the core Perl developers, Andy?s interests in Perl focus on quality assurance.
Andy is a frequent speaker at the O?Reilly Open Source Convention, YAPC and Perl Monger meetings around the country. He?s spoken on a variety of programming topics including automated testing, Perl security, Web agent automation, project management and effective job searching for programmers.
Andy has written or edited a dozen books. Three of his articles on his popular WWW::Mechanize module are included in O?Reilly?s Spidering Hacks. Andy has also written articles for every single Perl magazine published in the US (all two of them).He lives with his wife Amy, daughter Quinn and Baxter, the world?s neediest dog.Book DetailsHardcover:
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