Intermediate Perl 2nd edition’s second printing is now available. This contains fixes for almost all of the reported errata, but it otherwise the same content.
If you’ve bought your ebook through O’Reilly, you should have it available in your O’Reilly account. Look at your O’Reilly products list. I have the Alpaca under mine and I can immediately download the format I want or send them to Dropbox.
You can buy Intermediate Perl now, directly from O’Reilly in ebook form. For the next week, you can buy it for 50% off using discount code WKPER5.
Every ebook from O’Reilly is DRM free and come in PDF, ePub, and Mobi formats. If you’ve authorized O’Reilly’s Dropbox app, once you’ll purchase the books they’ll sync to your Dropbox account (in ~/Dropbox/Apps/O’Reilly Media). You can read them on any device anywhere you are.
The print version is still making its way out of the printers and to distributors, but we expect it to show up in the next three weeks.
You can now buy Intermediate Perl. I’ve just submitted the final changes and the final publishing bits should finish this week, sending the result to the printers very soon. The book should ship before the end of August.
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As I’m working on the next edition of Intermediate Perl, I’m letting the computer read it back to me. I use Mac::Speech, part of the old Perl Carbon interface. Continue reading “Writing with text-to-speech feedback”