Monday, May 28, 2012

Creative Commons Licensed Perl Tutorials

While this site is still relatively new and as a result still light on content, I intend to develop it into an increasingly useful resource for people to learn about various topics pertaining to software development, with a particular emphasis on Perl of course.  This idea is somewhat evident in some of the posts that I have already made available on the site, such as those pertaining to Input Validation and Escaping Data, which are topics that experienced programmers should already be familiar with in much more depth than my posts cover.  As time progresses, in addition to posting interesting Perl scripts, I intend to keep posting educational content as well.  To facilitate the educational value of this site all Perl code that I have authored and posted on the site is available under the Perl artistic license and all accompanying text that I have authored is made available under the Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike 3.0 Unported License.  These terms will apply to all currently posted work as well as all future work posted to this site and means that anyone can feel free to use the content of this site, or derivatives of it, for any non-commercial purpose as long as they credit the source of the content (a link would be even better).  So for any professors or technical trainers out there, feel free to use any of the content you find beneficial to further the education of your students. 

Creative Commons License


glenn becker said...

This looks like a blog I'll have to keep an eye on ... good stuff!

One comment: the grey font seems to be causing my 50-year-old eyes to strain. Would you consider darkening it up a bit?

cfrenz said...

The font is now black. Hope this helps.