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    Perl Archive : TLC : Training Announcements : 2002 Stonehenge Perl Class Registration Open
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    Date Published: 2002-08-27

    Stonehenge Consulting Services, Inc. is pleased to announce the offering of the next open Perl classes in partnership with the OGI School of Science and Engineering (a part of Oregon Health & Science University, with a campus located near Portland, Oregon).

    As always, on-site Perl training is also available from Stonehenge. Send email to perl-training@stonehenge.com for more information about having us come to you.

    Stonehenge is actively seeking additional open-enrollment training venues. New locations will be announced on this mailing list as they become established.

    If you know of a place near you that has facilities and administrative capabilities, such as university Continuing Educations departments or corporate training companies, please contact us. You can help bring Stonehenge's Perl training to your home town!

    The courses below will be taught near Portland Oregon by Tom Phoenix, co-author of the third edition of the popular O'Reilly book "Learning Perl":

    September 10-13: Learning Perl
     ( registration closes September 4, 2002 )
      http://cpd.ogi.edu/courseSpecific.asp?pam=971

    December 3-6: Learning Perl
      http://cpd.ogi.edu/courseSpecific.asp?pam=1024

    December 9-11: PROM: Tools for Perl-Based Projects
      http://cpd.ogi.edu/courseSpecific.asp?pam=1025

    The classes will be hosted by the OGI School of Science and Engineering, located in Beaverton, Oregon. To register online for courses, please visit OGI's web site at http://www.ogi.edu/cpd/, or call 503-748-1219.

    Payment and Cancellation Policy: Purchase orders or payment must reach the OGI office before the start of class. There is no fee if cancellation or transfer notification is received seven full calendar days prior to the first day of instruction. Cancellation or transfer notices of six calendar days or less are responsible for the full tuition. However, you may send someone in your place. If we are forced to cancel a course for any reason, liability is limited to the return of the paid registration fee. Course content, prices, instructor and availability are subject to change without prior notice.

    We also invite you to visit our website, http://PerlTraining.Stonehenge.com, for details about the courseware or our on-site offerings.

    We have included below short descriptions for each of the classes announced above. Please see the URLs above for course objectives and contents.

    We look forward to seeing you in our courses!

    Regards,

        Tad McClellan
        Director of Sales and Operations
        Stonehenge Consulting Services


    Learning Perl

    This course is based on Randal Schwartz's popular O'Reilly Nutshell book, Learning Perl. The course presumes no prior knowledge of Perl, and exposes the course participants to what we call the "middle two-thirds" of Perl --those items that are needed to accomplish many common tasks, and to lay the groundwork for more advanced study on an as-needed basis. This is a hands-on course in which students apply the programming methods and principles developed in the lectures.

    Advanced Perl: Packages, References, Objects, and Modules (PROM)

    The Advanced Perl course is an intermediate level course that is suitable for students that have completed the Learning Perl course or the equivalent and have experience with other languages that have pointers or references,as well as object-oriented programming (such as Smalltalk, Java, or C++). This is a hands-on course in which students apply the programming methods and principles developed in the lectures.
     
     


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