I'd add a link and a comment to those great links: Learning Perl for Win32 seems to be something you are looking for, too.
Moreover, I completely agree with VSarkiss about Perl for System Administration. I bought the book an year ago or so, and thats absolutely a must-have for "coder-sysadmins", as you call them. Each and every problem is treated on the three most popular macroplatforms: UNIX, Windows and MacOS. It was worth the money I paid for it!
PS: I forgot: I am a coder sysadmin :-)
# Another Perl edition of a song:
# The End, by The Beatles
$you->take($love) eq $you->make($love) ;
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