About the Book
Have you ever wondered how to make your garage door open over the Internet? Or maybe do facial recognition in real time from a camera? Log the temperature of a room? It's easier than you'd think, and Perl can help you do it.
Meant for current Perl programmers who want to expand into hardware programming. The examples are kept simple, so knowledgeable programmers in any language should be able to follow along.
About the Authors
Perl programmer with many years of experience and over 30 CPAN modules. Specializes in web development and hardware. Lives in Madison, WI with a lovely wife, and plays Warhammer 40k and Killer Queen.
I've coded in Perl since 2001. I have 40+ published CPAN distributions, and currently author berrybrew. My main focus in Perl has been writing software to help the developer; test software, code examination software, and am the author of RPi::WiringPi and several distributions for various ICs and sensors for use on the Raspberry Pi.