Re: [Forum] Re: [Announce] Foredrag om objekt-orienteret programmering i Perl v/ Anton Berezin

From: Kim Stenbryggen <kim_at_stenbryggen.dk>
Date: Fri, 12 Jan 2007 00:12:47 +0100

Sorry

Kim Stenbryggen wrote:
> Hej Erwin
>
> Tror du man vil få noget ud af foredraget, hvis man ikke kender til Perl?
>
> Jeg sidder og udvikler til hverdag i php m.m. og synes foredraget
> lyder meget spændende.
>
> /Kim Stenbryggen
>
> Erwin Lansing wrote:
>> Aarhus Unix User Group inviterer alle medlemmer og andre interesserede
>> til foredrag om objekt-orienteret programmering i Perl ved Anton
>> Berezin.
>> Foredraget vil være på engelsk. Arrangementet er sponsoreret af PROSA.
>>
>> Tid: mandag den 12. februar 2007 kl. 19-21.
>> Sted: PROSA, Kantinen, Møllegade 9-13, 8000 Århus C.
>>
>> Tilmelding til foredraget er ikke nødvendig, men skriv gerne til
>> erwin_at_aauug.dk, så vi kan have en fornemmelse af hvor mange der kommer
>> og planlægge derefter.
>>
>> Der vil som altid være mulighed for at melde sig ind i foreningen i
>> forbindelse med arrangementet.
>>
>> Anton præsenterer sit foredrag sådan her:
>>
>> Object-oriented programming in Perl.
>> ------------------------------------
>>
>> This intermediate-level talk is aimed at people who already know Perl
>> but
>> are not very familiar with its OO model. It discusses at length the
>> standard language constructs provided by Perl that facilitate
>> object-oriented programming, its advantages and deficiencies. The
>> methods
>> are described to work around some of the limitations of the object
>> model.
>> Some more advanced topics include discussing multiple inheritance,
>> building
>> automatic properties accessors and creating singleton classes. Finally,
>> non-idiomatic ways of doing OO in Perl are described, in partilular
>> objects
>> as closures with state, inside-out objects, and objects with dynamic
>> methods
>> via the Class::Prototyped module.
>>
>> Vel mødt!
>>
>>
>>
>
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