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"If you are a Perl programming then this is an essential book." VSJ, June 2004 "The authors are clearly passionate about Perl: the writing is sharp, to the point, and - this might sound odd about a topic like Perl templating - exciting. Any monkey could write a book on TT in 100 pages discussing what it does and how it works, but what these three have managed to put together is an explosion of ideas and evolutionary 'wow factor' that makes for compelling reading for any Perl programmer who has looked at JSP and felt a twinge of envy." "574 pages of Perl templating is anything but boring..." "no expense has been spared in making this a high-quality package full of excellent code as well as up-to-date hints and advice. The print is O'Reilly's usual 'animal' style; clear and easy to read, with Perl guru Nat Torkington presiding as editor.Linux Format, October 2004 "If you have a requirement for anything that goes beyond the simple one page 'look at my website', and you care passionately about dynamic content creation and management, then this is definitely the book for you." - Davey Winder, PC Plus, Nov (rating 8/10)
Darren Chamberlain is an active member of the Template Toolkit development team.
David Cross is the owner of Magnum Solutions Ltd., a London-based Perl Consultancy, and is also the author of the well-respected Data Munging with Perl.
Andy Wardley is the author of several CPAN modules including the Template Toolkit. He is a software researcher at the Canon Research Centre Europe and specializes in web-related technologies including dynamic content generation, web application frameworks, and the customization and localization of user interfaces and web content.