I’ve started to focus on getting more proficient with Object Oriented programming, specifically using Perl. I’ve used the more traditional approaches of OO in Perl and find them way too wordy, compared to a more modern language such as Ruby. So when I came across Moose and MooseX and was intrigued. They seemed to really take a lot of the repetition out of coding OO in Perl. This post is just a starter post which includes some useful links to getting started with Moose & MooseX.
The 2 presentations by Dave Rolsky are great primers in getting started with OO, Moose & MooseX.
Intro to Moose – Dave Rolsky
Intro to Object Orientation – Dave Rolsky
- git repo – browseable
- git repo – downloadable
- Moose Examples – perlmonks.org
- Intro to Object Oriented Perl – .html
- Intro to Object Oriented Perl – .mht
- Intro to Moose – .html
- Intro to Moose – .mht
NOTE: For further details regarding my one-liner blog posts, check out my one-liner style guide primer.