Here's how the information is presented.
A series of mini-case studies, each including:
a problem statement
a Perl script that is a partial solution
an exercise in which you modify or repair the example
a complete solution
a summary of the techniques applied
At the end of the class, there will be a hyperlink to a tarball you can take home
Here's what the course uses.
This course is entirely Web-based.
Everything you need is available through your browser.
You will also use:
a text editor
a dedicated web server
a database engine
a sample database to work with
a Perl interpreter
These may be on a shared classroom server, on a remote server, or on each desktop machine.
Here's how we'll achieve our objectives.
Emphasis on practical skills and real life issues:
history and theory is kept to a minimum
much is covered in a short amount of time
set your own pace
the instructor acts mainly as a facilitator
Lots of hands-on:
learn by doing
the best way to acquire new skills
develop skills used in real-world business applications
source code files are provided to save time typing
step-by-step construction of a Web-based bookstore:
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