Perl Training Courses and Workshops

Schools providing training courses, certificates, diplomas or degree programs of Perl




Total 261 training courses and degree programs available around the world.

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Perl Programming
Perl
PERL Programming for Open Systems
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PERL / CGI Programming
Perl Programming and CGI Scripting


Perl Programming

Course Format: Classroom
School/Trainer: Global Knowledge USA
Training Center(s)/Venue(s): Arlington, Atlanta, Cary, Irving, Morristown, New York City, Santa Clara, Schaumburg, Seattle, United States
  V

This course provides system administrators, programmers, and technical users with the basics of Perl programming. Topics include Perl programming syntax and structure, control structures, file I/O, pattern matching, functions, programming the Common Gateway Interface (CGI), and use of object-oriented modules. The course is 40 percent lecture and 60 percent hands-on labs using HP servers.

Objectives
Create and execute a Perl program.
Use lists, arrays, and hashes.
Use subroutines to modularize programs.
Understand the use of CGI and Perl modules.
Read and maintain existing Perl scripts.
Use looping and branching statements.
Use regular expressions.
Use advanced data structures.

Perl Programming

Course Format: Classroom
School/Trainer: Global Knowledge Canada
Training Center(s)/Venue(s): Halifax, Mississauga, Montreal, Ottawa, Toronto, Winnipeg, Canada
  V

This course provides system administrators, programmers, and technical users with the basics of Perl programming. Topics include Perl programming syntax and structure, control structures, file I/O, pattern matching, functions, programming the Common Gateway Interface (CGI), and use of object-oriented modules. The course is 40 percent lecture and 60 percent hands-on labs using HP servers.

Objectives
Create and execute a Perl program.
Use lists, arrays, and hashes.
Use subroutines to modularize programs.
Understand the use of CGI and Perl modules.
Read and maintain existing Perl scripts.
Use looping and branching statements.
Use regular expressions.
Use advanced data structures.

Perl Programming

Course Format: Classroom
School/Trainer: Global Knowledge UK
Training Center(s)/Venue(s): Aberdeen, Bath, Bristol, Leeds, London, Wokingham, United Kingdom
  V

This course provides system administrators, programmers, and technical users with the basics of Perl programming. Topics include Perl programming syntax and structure, control structures, file I/O, pattern matching, functions, programming the Common Gateway Interface (CGI), and use of object-oriented modules. The course is 40 percent lecture and 60 percent hands-on labs using HP servers.

Objectives
Create and execute a Perl program.
Use lists, arrays, and hashes.
Use subroutines to modularize programs.
Understand the use of CGI and Perl modules.
Read and maintain existing Perl scripts.
Use looping and branching statements.
Use regular expressions.
Use advanced data structures.

PERL Programming for Open Systems

Course Format: Classroom
School/Trainer: Global Knowledge USA IBM Training Centers
Training Center(s)/Venue(s): Arlington, Atlanta, Cary, Irving, Morristown, New York City, Santa Clara, Schaumburg, Seattle, United States
  V

Day 1
## Unit 1 Overview
## Unit 2 Simple data types
## Unit 3 I/O using standard input and output
## Exercises 1, 2, and 3
## Unit 4 Flow control
## Unit 5 Lists and arrays
## Exercises 4 and 5

Day 2
## Unit 6 Regular expressions
## Unit 7 String and array processing
## Exercises 6 and 7
## Unit 8 Multi-dimensional and associative arrays
## Unit 9 User-defined subroutines
## Exercises 8 and 9

Day 3
## Unit 10 File I/O
## Unit 11 Advanced flow control
## Exercises 10 and 11
## Unit 12 Dealing with files and directories
## Unit 13 Running perl
## Exercises 12 and 13
## Unit 14 Report generation
## Unit 15 Accessing operating system data
## Unit 16 Running external programs
## Exercises 14, 15, and 16

Day 4
## Exercises 14, 15, and 16 continued
## Unit 17 Introduction to modules
## Exercise 17
## Unit 18 DBI: A database interface
## Exercise 18

PERL Programming for Open Systems

Course Format: Classroom
School/Trainer: Global Knowledge Canada IBM Training Centres
Training Center(s)/Venue(s): Halifax, Mississauga, Montreal, Ottawa, Toronto, Winnipeg, Canada
  V

Day 1
## Unit 1 Overview
## Unit 2 Simple data types
## Unit 3 I/O using standard input and output
## Exercises 1, 2, and 3
## Unit 4 Flow control
## Unit 5 Lists and arrays
## Exercises 4 and 5

Day 2
## Unit 6 Regular expressions
## Unit 7 String and array processing
## Exercises 6 and 7
## Unit 8 Multi-dimensional and associative arrays
## Unit 9 User-defined subroutines
## Exercises 8 and 9

Day 3
## Unit 10 File I/O
## Unit 11 Advanced flow control
## Exercises 10 and 11
## Unit 12 Dealing with files and directories
## Unit 13 Running perl
## Exercises 12 and 13
## Unit 14 Report generation
## Unit 15 Accessing operating system data
## Unit 16 Running external programs
## Exercises 14, 15, and 16

Day 4
## Exercises 14, 15, and 16 continued
## Unit 17 Introduction to modules
## Exercise 17
## Unit 18 DBI: A database interface
## Exercise 18

PERL Programming for Open Systems

Course Format: Classroom
School/Trainer: Global Knowledge UK IBM Training Centres
Training Center(s)/Venue(s): Aberdeen, Bath, Bristol, Leeds, London, Wokingham, United Kingdom
  V

Day 1
## Unit 1 Overview
## Unit 2 Simple data types
## Unit 3 I/O using standard input and output
## Exercises 1, 2, and 3
## Unit 4 Flow control
## Unit 5 Lists and arrays
## Exercises 4 and 5

Day 2
## Unit 6 Regular expressions
## Unit 7 String and array processing
## Exercises 6 and 7
## Unit 8 Multi-dimensional and associative arrays
## Unit 9 User-defined subroutines
## Exercises 8 and 9

Day 3
## Unit 10 File I/O
## Unit 11 Advanced flow control
## Exercises 10 and 11
## Unit 12 Dealing with files and directories
## Unit 13 Running perl
## Exercises 12 and 13
## Unit 14 Report generation
## Unit 15 Accessing operating system data
## Unit 16 Running external programs
## Exercises 14, 15, and 16

Day 4
## Exercises 14, 15, and 16 continued
## Unit 17 Introduction to modules
## Exercise 17
## Unit 18 DBI: A database interface
## Exercise 18

PERL Programming for Open Systems

Course Format: Classroom
School/Trainer: Global Knowledge UAE IBM Training Center
Training Center(s)/Venue(s): Abu Dhabi, Dubai, United Arab Emirates
  V

Day 1
## Unit 1 Overview
## Unit 2 Simple data types
## Unit 3 I/O using standard input and output
## Exercises 1, 2, and 3
## Unit 4 Flow control
## Unit 5 Lists and arrays
## Exercises 4 and 5

Day 2
## Unit 6 Regular expressions
## Unit 7 String and array processing
## Exercises 6 and 7
## Unit 8 Multi-dimensional and associative arrays
## Unit 9 User-defined subroutines
## Exercises 8 and 9

Day 3
## Unit 10 File I/O
## Unit 11 Advanced flow control
## Exercises 10 and 11
## Unit 12 Dealing with files and directories
## Unit 13 Running perl
## Exercises 12 and 13
## Unit 14 Report generation
## Unit 15 Accessing operating system data
## Unit 16 Running external programs
## Exercises 14, 15, and 16

Day 4
## Exercises 14, 15, and 16 continued
## Unit 17 Introduction to modules
## Exercise 17
## Unit 18 DBI: A database interface
## Exercise 18

PERL Programming for Open Systems

Course Format: Classroom
School/Trainer: Global Knowledge India IBM Training Center
Training Center(s)/Venue(s): Bangalore, Chennai, Delhi, Pune, India
  V

Day 1
## Unit 1 Overview
## Unit 2 Simple data types
## Unit 3 I/O using standard input and output
## Exercises 1, 2, and 3
## Unit 4 Flow control
## Unit 5 Lists and arrays
## Exercises 4 and 5

Day 2
## Unit 6 Regular expressions
## Unit 7 String and array processing
## Exercises 6 and 7
## Unit 8 Multi-dimensional and associative arrays
## Unit 9 User-defined subroutines
## Exercises 8 and 9

Day 3
## Unit 10 File I/O
## Unit 11 Advanced flow control
## Exercises 10 and 11
## Unit 12 Dealing with files and directories
## Unit 13 Running perl
## Exercises 12 and 13
## Unit 14 Report generation
## Unit 15 Accessing operating system data
## Unit 16 Running external programs
## Exercises 14, 15, and 16

Day 4
## Exercises 14, 15, and 16 continued
## Unit 17 Introduction to modules
## Exercise 17
## Unit 18 DBI: A database interface
## Exercise 18

PERL Programming for Open Systems

Course Format: Classroom
School/Trainer: Global Knowledge Malaysia IBM Training Center
Training Center(s)/Venue(s): Petaling Jaya, Malaysia
  V

Day 1
## Unit 1 Overview
## Unit 2 Simple data types
## Unit 3 I/O using standard input and output
## Exercises 1, 2, and 3
## Unit 4 Flow control
## Unit 5 Lists and arrays
## Exercises 4 and 5

Day 2
## Unit 6 Regular expressions
## Unit 7 String and array processing
## Exercises 6 and 7
## Unit 8 Multi-dimensional and associative arrays
## Unit 9 User-defined subroutines
## Exercises 8 and 9

Day 3
## Unit 10 File I/O
## Unit 11 Advanced flow control
## Exercises 10 and 11
## Unit 12 Dealing with files and directories
## Unit 13 Running perl
## Exercises 12 and 13
## Unit 14 Report generation
## Unit 15 Accessing operating system data
## Unit 16 Running external programs
## Exercises 14, 15, and 16

Day 4
## Exercises 14, 15, and 16 continued
## Unit 17 Introduction to modules
## Exercise 17
## Unit 18 DBI: A database interface
## Exercise 18

PERL Programming for Open Systems

Course Format: Classroom
School/Trainer: Global Knowledge Indonesia IBM Training Center
Training Center(s)/Venue(s): Jakarta, Indonesia
  V

Day 1
## Unit 1 Overview
## Unit 2 Simple data types
## Unit 3 I/O using standard input and output
## Exercises 1, 2, and 3
## Unit 4 Flow control
## Unit 5 Lists and arrays
## Exercises 4 and 5

Day 2
## Unit 6 Regular expressions
## Unit 7 String and array processing
## Exercises 6 and 7
## Unit 8 Multi-dimensional and associative arrays
## Unit 9 User-defined subroutines
## Exercises 8 and 9

Day 3
## Unit 10 File I/O
## Unit 11 Advanced flow control
## Exercises 10 and 11
## Unit 12 Dealing with files and directories
## Unit 13 Running perl
## Exercises 12 and 13
## Unit 14 Report generation
## Unit 15 Accessing operating system data
## Unit 16 Running external programs
## Exercises 14, 15, and 16

Day 4
## Exercises 14, 15, and 16 continued
## Unit 17 Introduction to modules
## Exercise 17
## Unit 18 DBI: A database interface
## Exercise 18

PERL Programming for Open Systems

Course Format: Classroom
School/Trainer: Global Knowledge China IBM Training Center
Training Center(s)/Venue(s): Guangzhou, China
  V

Day 1
## Unit 1 Overview
## Unit 2 Simple data types
## Unit 3 I/O using standard input and output
## Exercises 1, 2, and 3
## Unit 4 Flow control
## Unit 5 Lists and arrays
## Exercises 4 and 5

Day 2
## Unit 6 Regular expressions
## Unit 7 String and array processing
## Exercises 6 and 7
## Unit 8 Multi-dimensional and associative arrays
## Unit 9 User-defined subroutines
## Exercises 8 and 9

Day 3
## Unit 10 File I/O
## Unit 11 Advanced flow control
## Exercises 10 and 11
## Unit 12 Dealing with files and directories
## Unit 13 Running perl
## Exercises 12 and 13
## Unit 14 Report generation
## Unit 15 Accessing operating system data
## Unit 16 Running external programs
## Exercises 14, 15, and 16

Day 4
## Exercises 14, 15, and 16 continued
## Unit 17 Introduction to modules
## Exercise 17
## Unit 18 DBI: A database interface
## Exercise 18

PERL Programming for Open Systems

Course Format: Classroom
School/Trainer: Global Knowledge Singapore IBM Training Center
Training Center(s)/Venue(s): Singapore, Singapore
  V

Day 1
## Unit 1 Overview
## Unit 2 Simple data types
## Unit 3 I/O using standard input and output
## Exercises 1, 2, and 3
## Unit 4 Flow control
## Unit 5 Lists and arrays
## Exercises 4 and 5

Day 2
## Unit 6 Regular expressions
## Unit 7 String and array processing
## Exercises 6 and 7
## Unit 8 Multi-dimensional and associative arrays
## Unit 9 User-defined subroutines
## Exercises 8 and 9

Day 3
## Unit 10 File I/O
## Unit 11 Advanced flow control
## Exercises 10 and 11
## Unit 12 Dealing with files and directories
## Unit 13 Running perl
## Exercises 12 and 13
## Unit 14 Report generation
## Unit 15 Accessing operating system data
## Unit 16 Running external programs
## Exercises 14, 15, and 16

Day 4
## Exercises 14, 15, and 16 continued
## Unit 17 Introduction to modules
## Exercise 17
## Unit 18 DBI: A database interface
## Exercise 18

PERL Programming for Open Systems

Course Format: On-site
School/Trainer: Arrow Electronics IBM Training
Training Center(s)/Venue(s): Atlanta, Boston, Cleveland, Denver, Minneapolis, United States
  V

Have a firm grounding in the Perl language and be able to:
•Write Perl scripts for data-processing, system administration, and other applications
•Use modules from the Perl Module Library to improve your efficiency

Programme

•Simple data types
•I/O using standard input and output
•Flow control
•Lists and arrays
•Regular expressions
•String and array processing
•Multi-dimensional and associative arrays
•User-defined subroutines
•File I/O
•Advanced flow control
•Dealing with files and directories
•Running perl
•Report generation
•Accessing operating system data
•Running external programs
•Introduction to modules
•A database interface

PERL Programming for Open Systems

Course Format: On-site
School/Trainer: Arrow ECS IBM Training Canada
Training Center(s)/Venue(s): Concord, Quebec City, Toronto, Canada
  V

Have a firm grounding in the Perl language and be able to:
•Write Perl scripts for data-processing, system administration, and other applications
•Use modules from the Perl Module Library to improve your efficiency

Programme

•Simple data types
•I/O using standard input and output
•Flow control
•Lists and arrays
•Regular expressions
•String and array processing
•Multi-dimensional and associative arrays
•User-defined subroutines
•File I/O
•Advanced flow control
•Dealing with files and directories
•Running perl
•Report generation
•Accessing operating system data
•Running external programs
•Introduction to modules
•A database interface

PERL Programming for Open Systems

Course Format: On-site
School/Trainer: Arrow ECS IBM Training Australia
Training Center(s)/Venue(s): Sydney, Australia
  V

Have a firm grounding in the Perl language and be able to:
•Write Perl scripts for data-processing, system administration, and other applications
•Use modules from the Perl Module Library to improve your efficiency

Programme

•Simple data types
•I/O using standard input and output
•Flow control
•Lists and arrays
•Regular expressions
•String and array processing
•Multi-dimensional and associative arrays
•User-defined subroutines
•File I/O
•Advanced flow control
•Dealing with files and directories
•Running perl
•Report generation
•Accessing operating system data
•Running external programs
•Introduction to modules
•A database interface

PERL Programming for Open Systems

Course Format: On-site
School/Trainer: Arrow ECS UK IBM Training
Training Center(s)/Venue(s): Harrogate, London, Nottingham, Reading, Stockport, Suffolk, United Kingdom
  V

Have a firm grounding in the Perl language and be able to:
•Write Perl scripts for data-processing, system administration, and other applications
•Use modules from the Perl Module Library to improve your efficiency

Programme

•Simple data types
•I/O using standard input and output
•Flow control
•Lists and arrays
•Regular expressions
•String and array processing
•Multi-dimensional and associative arrays
•User-defined subroutines
•File I/O
•Advanced flow control
•Dealing with files and directories
•Running perl
•Report generation
•Accessing operating system data
•Running external programs
•Introduction to modules
•A database interface

Perl

Course Format: Classroom
School/Trainer: Koenig Solutions Ltd.
Training Center(s)/Venue(s): Bangalore, Dehradun, Goa, New Delhi, Shimla, India
  V

Koenig offers comprehensive Perl training that focuses on fundamental concepts of the Perl programming language.
Perl scripting training is intended for individuals who want to understand how to fully use the features of the Perl programming language in Web application development, database interaction and system administration. These specialized Web language skills such as writing CGI scripts can help you build a career in Web development and technologies.

Course Objectives


Comprehend basic syntax
Comprehend Perl data types like arrays and hashes
Control structures and subroutines required to write Perl scripts
Comprehend how to deal with data in with text files or in database server like MySQL
Comprehend how to access command line arguments and environment variables.
Comprehend Debugging Perl scripts

Diploma in Industrial Safety Management Workshop

Course Format: Blended
School/Trainer: BC to AD Hyperlink Ltd the Environment Health Safety Training Institute
Training Center(s)/Venue(s): New Delhi, India
  V

A health and safety student can become the Certified Safety Professional CSP after completing the 8 qualification levels with the FSF, once they started enrolling with FSF the student is guided by the standard procedures for becoming the Certified Safety Professional. The procedure for upgrading professionals to CSP, is called continuing professional Development. The students become the chartered members of FSF and will be eligible to undertake auditing, inspection authorities. Any disciplines studies from NVQ L1 to L8 make the students to become the CSP, though a minimum of 5 year tenure. CPD Program focus to the students who are working in the industries to improve their qualifications and recognitions where they can gain professionally. The Learning Management Software LMS developed and maintained as per the standards of academic council facilitate a virtual study through video conferencing, online chats and document libraries, where the students must have to do an academic project to cope up with the practical requirements of the academics. The student evaluation will be based on the project and MCQ examination held in LMS.

Perl Scripting

Course Format: On-site
School/Trainer: VerticalDivers
Training Center(s)/Venue(s): Bangalore, India
  V

This hands-on Perl Programming course presents a thorough introduction to the Perl scripting language emphasizing the rapid development of portable and modular Perl programs and scripts. Students are introduced to all major language elements including built-in data types, powerful operators, flow control and robust built-in functions. The course also covers the use of command line processing, file and directory I/O to create flexible and user friendly programs. Attendees will also be introduced to object-oriented programming in Perl as well as how to use pattern matching with Regular Expressions and string handling functions to manipulate files and data. Students will learn to create reusable code using subroutines, modules, and Perl&,#146,s object-oriented architecture to deploy business logic across many programs and scripts to enhance maintainability and scalability

Perl Web Development (Certificate)

Course Format: Online
School/Trainer: Geekuni
Training Center(s)/Venue(s): London, United Kingdom
  V

Learn the Dancer Perl web framework by developing an online game

Dancer is closely aligned with modern web development concepts enabling you to quickly implement easily maintainable web sites and web services.

Use the Model-View-Controller design pattern

Generate HTML with Template Toolkit

Generate JSON for a Web Service

Track user activity with cookies and sessions

Control access with redirect, forward and hooks

Use object oriented Perl modules

Have a taster of jQuery, Bootstrap and Isotope

The exercises are interspersed with a project developing an online game. This project will demonstrate that the web development skills you&,#146,ve acquired enable you to implement a secure dynamic website.

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