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Ian Langworth (http://langworth.com/) has been writing Perlfor years and actively involved in the community since 2003.He has contributed a handful of modules to the CPAN, most ofwhich are Kwiki-related. He has spoken at Perl-relatedconferences as LISA and YAPC. Ian is also the authorsurprisingly widespread utility, Cadubi, which is packagedfor many free operating systems.Ian is currently studying Computer Science and CognitivePsychology at Northeastern University. Whilst pursuinga degree, he's participating in an volunteer systemsadministration group and working toward making higher codequality and robustness an easier goal to achieve.He currently resides in Boston, Massachusetts where heparticipates in the local Boston Perl Mongers group and livesprecariously close to Fenway Park.
chromatic is the technical editor of the O'Reilly Network, coveringopen source, Linux, development, and dynamic languages. He is also the author of the Extreme Programming Pocket Guide and Running Weblogs with Slash, as well as the editor of BSD Hacks and Gaming Hacks. He is the original author of Test::Builder, the foundation for most modern testing modules in Perl 5, and has contributed many of the tests for core Perl. He has given tutorials and presentations at several Perl conferences, including OSCON, and often writes for Perl.com, which he also edits. He lives just west of Portland, Oregon, with two cats, a creek in his backyard, and, as you may have guessed, several unfinished projects.
Great information. Great presentation. Would have liked a few more sections on putting multiple parts together to really make it useful, but was good enough I was able to figure it... Read morePublished 6 days ago by LA
This is not a book on the language itself, but on the interesting ways we can use to write unit-level tests in Perl. Perl testing is essential for any good Perl programmer. Read morePublished on April 7, 2012 by Amazon Customer
This is a great book because it teaches the novice how to do simple tests and shows experienced testers some of the more complicated things you can do with tests. Read morePublished on October 18, 2009 by David Mertens
So you want to learn about testing your Perl programs? This book will teach the mechanics of how to use the test frameworks. Read morePublished on March 31, 2009 by Volker Kleinschmidt
As always this O'Reilly book is written in simple to understand language and also delves deep into the technical aspects of the subject. Read morePublished on January 14, 2009 by Ryan Bushby
This book is a decent, gap-filling, focused and useful volume on testing perl with the use of the perl Test modules. Read morePublished on September 16, 2008 by W. Collier
I'm written a lot of perl code, and read a lot of evangelism about testing, but had never done much in the way of actual testing. Read morePublished on July 28, 2008 by Amazon Customer
I've been working with perl for many years, but it seems that every time I pick up a new perl book, there's always something to learn. Read morePublished on September 6, 2007 by Jerome C. Wilcox
Throughout history, many writers have written glowingly about the noble tester; the one who ensures that quality is part of every line of code. Read morePublished on August 19, 2007 by Craig Maloney