Mark Jason Dominus

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Mark Jason Dominus
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Mark Jason Dominus in 2007
Known for Higher-Order Perl

Mark Jason Dominus is the author of Higher-Order Perl: Transforming Programs with Programs which was published in 2005 by Morgan Kaufmann. He was the managing editor of (a website about the Perl programming language) from 1999 to 2001[1] and was a columnist for The Perl Journal for several years.[2][when?] Other Perl-related articles by Dominus have appeared in magazines such as Wired[3] and IEEE Software.[4] Dominus is the author of several Perl modules, including Text::Template, Memoize, and Tie::File. His work on Rx, a Perl regular expression debugger, won the 2001 Larry Wall Award for Practical Utility.[5] He has been an invited speaker at OOPSLA 2008.[6] He is the founder of Kibology, a parody religion Usenet group.[7]


  1. ^ "About Mark Jason Dominus". Retrieved 2013-01-12. 
  2. ^ Reprinted in Orwant, Jon, ed. (2002). Best of the Perl Journal: Computer Science and Perl Programming. O'Reilly and Associates. ISBN 9780596003104.  and Orwant, Jon, ed. (2003). Web, Graphics & Perl/Tk Programming. Best of the Perl Journal. O'Reilly and Associates. ISBN 9780596003111. 
  3. ^ Victor C. Clarke (June 2001). "DVD Hacking for Dummies". Wired. 
  4. ^ Mark Jason Dominus at DBLP Bibliography Server
  5. ^ [1]
  6. ^ "Invited speakers". OOPSLA 2008. Retrieved 21 October 2012. 
  7. ^ Jackson, Joab (January 21, 1997). "The Danger in Being Kibo". Detroit Metro Times. Archived from the original on September 26, 2007. [Kibo] and two friends, Todd McComb and Mark-Jason Dominus, created Kibology in a Chinese restaurant. 

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