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Object-Oriented Perl with Object::InsideOut

Object::InsideOut is a sophisticated framework that makes it much easier and much quicker to build safe, reliable, powerful, and maintainable OO classes in Perl.

Object::InsideOut has many features in common with the popular Moose framework, but avoids several of Moose's fundamental limitations: it has far fewer non-core module dependencies, it has a much lower start-up overhead, and it inherently solves the difficult problem of attribute name collisions.

This class introduces and explains the Object::InsideOut framework, covering the following topics:

Course format

Half-day or 1-day seminar

Who should attend

Perl developers who understand the basics of Perl OO but who are looking for faster, safer, and more powerful ways to build classes