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About myself

I am Prasad working as a Senior Software Engineer since April 2007 in Thales Software India Private Limited, Chennai, India.

Worked as a Perl Tool Developer from Nov. 2006 to April 2007 in Tata Consultancy Services (TCS), Bangalore, India.

Worked as a Senior Perl Programmer from Nov. 2002 to Nov. 2006 in Integra Software Services Private Limited, Pondicherry, India.

View my profile here: My Profile

Owner of Perl-India: Perl-India

Monks i have met

  1. murugu
  2. gopalr
  3. Samy_rio
  4. perlsen
  5. gube
  6. Muruga
  7. sivaramanm
  8. msbalaji
  9. Punitha
  10. babug_prg
  11. kprasanna_79
  12. stam
  13. anniyan
  14. Praveen
  15. Cognizant
  16. ashokpj
  17. sen
  18. madtoperl
  19. siva_kumar25
  20. shashi2713
  21. garimasingh
  22. Srini

My favourite Music Director

Ever green Maestro Illayaraja

My favourite Album

How to name it? (Composed by Illayaraja)

My favourite Song

Sempoovae (Tamil Song, composed by Illayaraja from movie Siraichalai )

My favourite Sports

Formula One, Motogp, Tennis and Cricket

My favourite Sportsmen

Valentino Rossi, Michael Schumacher, Kimi Raikonen, Roger Federer, Sourav Ganguly and Virendar Sehwag

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Some useful nodes

Perl and PM Newbies

  1. Welcome to the Monastery! Make yourself at home.
  2. On asking for help
  3. How (Not) To Ask A Question
  4. What shortcuts can I use for linking to other information?
  5. About the PerlMonks FAQ
  6. Writeup Formatting Tips
  7. PerlMonks Editor
  8. Common Beginner Mistakes
  9. How to get the most of your question from the monks
  10. Chatterbox FAQ
  11. Super Search
  12. Perl Monks Approved HTML tags
  13. PerlMonks CSS Examples
  14. Is there a site like PerlMonks for Java/PHP/Linux/SQL/etc.?
  15. Five Common Misconceptions While Learning Perl


  1. Installing CPAN modules without using 'ppm'
  2. Is it possible to use modules without installing them?
  3. A guide to installing modules for Win32
  4. Setting up Perl/CGI with Windows
  5. A Guide to Installing Modules
  6. Installing modules without root and shell


  1. Contributing to CPAN!
  2. How to make a CPAN Module Distribution
  3. The Limitations of the CPAN
  4. Personal library with CPAN


  1. DBI recipes
  2. How to link Ms-access data's in perl


  1. Using Win32::OLE and Excel - Tips and Tricks


  1. Running a .exe file in perl/cgi in windows 2000 server
  2. use CGI or die;

Difference between?

  1. Difference between 'use' and 'require'
  2. The difference between my and local
  3. "Question" vs "Doubt"
  4. 'our' is not 'my'
  5. Perl vs. PHP
  6. difference between packages and module
  7. my $x or my ($x)
  8. shift vs @_
  9. "Baby" Perl versus "Bad" Perl
  10. system() vs `backtick`
  11. help needede in backticks(``) and system function

Quick References

  1. References quick reference


  1. Simple Module Tutorial
  2. Using Look-ahead and Look-behind
  3. Pack/Unpack Tutorial (aka How the System Stores Data)
  4. Trying to learn something about obfuscation
  5. intro to references
  6. Map: The Basics
  7. Learning OOP
  8. Variable Scoping in Perl: the basics
  9. Re: S‎crip‎tome and Perl One-Liners
  10. Setting up Perl/CGI with Windows
  11. Tutorials Chewed Up

Good Stuffs from our Great Monks

  1. ikegami's scratchpad
  2. broquaint's homenode
  3. Aristotle's homenode
  4. planetscape's extra scratchpad
  5. planetscape's scratchpad
  6. ybiC's homenode
  7. jdporter's homenode


  1. Why I like functional programming
  2. My coding guidelines
  3. More than One Line Comment
  4. How to write long programms?

Perl Books

  1. Perl CD Bookshelves
  2. If I could only own one Perl book, it would be:

Other Useful Nodes

  1. brian's Guide to Solving Any Perl Problem
  2. sorting numerically and alphabetically
  3. Name Space
  4. 60 Acme Modules
  5. How do you master Perl?
  6. POD in 5 minutes
  7. Perl White Magic - Special Variables and Command Line Switches
  8. Shift, Pop, Unshift and Push with Impunity!
  9. Productivity and Perl
  10. Perl Idioms Explained - my $count = () = /.../g
  11. 2038 bug
  12. Damian Conway's ten rules for when to use OO
  13. How do I run another program from within my Perl program
  14. Regexp do's and don'ts
  15. Re: 'can' operator?
  16. Perl Idioms Explained - keys %{{map{$_=>1}@list}}
  17. Perl Idioms Explained - my $string = do { local $/; <FILEHANDLE> };
  18. Why Perl is a Valid Choice
  19. An optimization of last resort: eliminate capturing from your regexps
  20. Josť's Guide for creating Perl modules
  21. how do i redirect STDOUT, STDIN, or STDERR to a FILE?
  22. UML for PERL?
  23. Generate UML from Perl code?
  24. USe Shell comands in perl

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