The Perl Review, Winter 2004

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  1. brian d foy

    brian d foy Guest

    The second print issue of The Perl Review is now on the presses
    and will be mailed next week, so you have time to get your name
    on the subscriber list. TPR is the only print magazine devoted
    to Perl.

    http://www.theperlreview.com/

    In this issue ( 1.1, Winter 2004 )

    * Down Translating XML -- Alberto Manuel Simões

    * Module::Release and Beyond -- brian d foy

    * Functional Perl Programming -- Frank Antonsen

    * Faking Stored Procedures -- Zach Thompson

    plus Perl News, Perl Mongers and Perl Foundation reports, book
    reviews, and short notes.


    The first print issue ( 1.0 ) is still available to subscribers online
    as a PDF file, and some back issues are available.

    * Test Driven Development -- Denis Kosykh

    * Just do{} it -- brian d foy

    * Extending XML::XPath -- Michel Rodriguez

    * Test::More in 20 Seconds -- brian d foy

    * Magick Tile Puzzles -- Grant McLean


    Before that, The Perl Review was a digital only version with
    eight issues which are still available for free download as
    PDF files.

    http://www.theperlreview.com/Issues/


    RSS Feeds are available too.

    Subscriber only (current) issues
    http://www.theperlreview.com/RSS/tpr-subscribers.rdf

    Free Issues and articles
    http://www.theperlreview.com/RSS/tpr-free.rdf

    The Perl Review news
    http://www.livejournal.com/users/perl_review/data/rss

    The Perl Review public discussion
    http://www.livejournal.com/community/the_perl_review/data/rss


    Want to write for TPR? Send us a note, or submit an idea online

    http://www.theperlreview.com/Authors/submit.html

    Prices: $16 in the US, $30 outside the US. If we can get enough
    subscribers in the European Union, we'll start printing there too and
    lower the cost. We're working on an online only version as well.

    TPR accepts MasterCard, Visa, American Express, PayPal, Amazon.com
    Honors System, and check or money order in US dollars. Sorry, but we
    can only accept advance payment since we're too small to do handle
    individual billing.

    Samples to Perl user groups, Perl instructors, and other worthy causes
    are available.

    --
    brian d foy,
    Subscribe to The Perl Review: http://www.theperlreview.com
    brian d foy, Dec 3, 2004
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  2. In article <021220042011493343%>,
    brian d foy <> wrote:

    > Prices: $16 in the US, $30 outside the US. If we can get enough
    > subscribers in the European Union, we'll start printing there too and
    > lower the cost. We're working on an online only version as well.


    I'd be interested in an online version, I'd almost even be happy to pay
    the $16 US price for access to the PDF downloads...

    big (not interested in paying $14 to fly dead trees around the planet)
    --
    "I say we take off and nuke the entire site from orbit.
    That's the only way to be sure." - Ellen Ripley
    Iain Chalmers, Dec 3, 2004
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  3. brian d foy

    brian d foy Guest

    In article <>, Iain
    Chalmers <> wrote:

    > In article <021220042011493343%>,
    > brian d foy <> wrote:


    > > Prices: $16 in the US, $30 outside the US. If we can get enough
    > > subscribers in the European Union, we'll start printing there too and
    > > lower the cost. We're working on an online only version as well.


    > I'd be interested in an online version, I'd almost even be happy to pay
    > the $16 US price for access to the PDF downloads...


    > big (not interested in paying $14 to fly dead trees around the planet)


    I'm working on an online only version, and now that the latest issue
    is finished I have time to do other things. :)

    --
    brian d foy,
    Subscribe to The Perl Review: http://www.theperlreview.com
    brian d foy, Dec 3, 2004
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