Shlomi Fish wrote in to tell about updates on the site for Perl beginners with which he’s involved:
After the last news item, a lot of work was invested into Perl-Begin.org, the Perl Beginners’ Site, making
it even better than it used to be. Here’s a summary of the changes:
Several new topical pages were added:
There’s a new IDEs and
tools page, featuring some Integrated Development Environments.
A testimonials page
was added, with some honest-to-God testimonial quotes which are now featured in
the Testimonials side-bar.
There’s a new page sporting links
to collections of blogs.
A ShareThis button was added to the
bottom of every page for easy bookmarking and sharing.
Many writing errors (spelling, grammar, syntax, phrasing, etc.) have been
corrected by Alan Haggai Alavi. He
seems to have a good eye for catching such problems, and I am indebted to
Corrected several broken links including those to Ovid’s CGI course.
We hope you enjoy the new Perl Beginners’ Site and please recommend it
to your friends. All content on Perl-Begin is made available under the Creative
Commons Attribution Licence which allows almost unlimited re-use.