Perl is a great first language for people with no programming experience. It is easy to install, and actually comes pre-installed on most non-Windows operating systems. It has a very open syntax which, although very complex, is also very forgiving. It has a huge and freely available library (CPAN, the Comprehensive Perl Archive Network) that covers almost every imaginable area of programming and makes it exceedingly simple to create useful programs, whatever your need.

At We offer Perfect trainig solutions for PERL programming language we also offer training of Shell Scripting, Bacth Scripting.

Shell Scripting

An essential skill for Unix users and system administrators, shell scripts let you easily crunch data and automate repetitive tasks, offering a way to quickly harness the full power of any Unix system. This book provides the tips, tricks, and organized knowledge you need to create excellent scripts, as well as warnings of the traps that can turn your best efforts into bad shell scripts.

Batch Scripting

The best way to learn batch is to experiment while referring to the HELP command, it explains everything. Batch programs are essentially sequences of DOS commands that 'type themselves' when the batch file is run.

Batch files consist of control elements, internal DOS commands and external commands or programs. With a little ingenuity one can duplicate most of the functions of a general purpose language, but doing any kind of math is tricky, there are no arithmetic commands at all. For the types of things batch is used for, this is not much of a problem. To learn Batch Scripting click the enroll now button below....





"The Perl training was good, and though I was the only one in the online session the class was very much interactive, it was a very good experience, and I am also looking forward to take more trainings from on other technologies as and when required for me." – Natraj (WebSphere)