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1 - Tizag Tutorials
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2 - Perl 5 Maven - for people who want to get the most out of programming in Perl
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3 - Perl Programming & Tutorials from
Learn Perl Programming - Perl tutorials from beginner to advanced, Perl resources for programmers.
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4 - Perl programming documentation -
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5 - Perl 101 - Index
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6 - Wikibooks
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7 - The Computer Technology Documentation Project
The Computer Technology Documentation Project develops and provides high quality computer technology documentation in most technical areas. Produced documentation should help members and the public learn various technologies quicker.
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9 - PerlMonks - The Monastery Gates
A community committed to sharing Perl knowledge and coding tips. The site contains questions and answers, useful snippets, and a library of code.
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10 - The NEW Troubleshooters.Com
A great starting place for troubleshooters. Includes Universal Troubleshooting Process, Multi-Platform Troubleshooting and Links to Expert Troubleshooters in many fields.
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11 - Udemy - Academy of You | Find and Create Online Courses - Teach and Learn Online
Udemy is a website that enables anyone to teach and learn online. Udemy tries to democratize online education by making it fast, easy and free to create online courses. Udemy is an open platform, so anyone can build an online course by posting videos...
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12 - Miscellaneous Information about Perl
Information about Perl - free stuff, tutorials, books and ebooks, a lot of resources to help you improve your Perl programming skills
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