[TriLUG] The Pittsburgh Perl Workshop 2007 is October 13-14, 2007.
bradoaks at gmail.com
Mon Oct 8 13:38:51 EDT 2007
A handful of us are going from Raleigh.pm
The talk schedule is available at http://pghpw.org/ppw2007/schedule
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From: Robert Blackwell <robert at robertblackwell.com>
Date: Oct 3, 2007 4:41 PM
Subject: The Pittsburgh Perl Workshop 2007 is October 13-14, 2007.
The 2007 Pittsburgh Perl Workshop is this coming weekend.
The Pittsburgh Perl Mongers are pleased to announce The PITTSBURGH PERL
WORKSHOP, a two-day, low-cost conference on Saturday and Sunday, October
The Pittsburgh Perl Workshop is an annual conference dedicated to the
Perl programming language. In 2006, the Pittsburgh Perl Mongers hosted
the first Perl Workshop based in the United States. This year, the
Workshop has been expanded to two days. The 2007 Workshop is structured
as a series of short lectures, but the atmosphere is low key and
engaging: the perfect combination to open your mind and then cram it
full of good stuff.
After last year's conference you gave us lots of feedback, and we listened.
* The workshop was expanded to a two-day event to allow for more talks,
birds-of-a-feather sessions, and social interactions.
* A one-day course for programmers with little or no Perl
experience—-taught by a world-class Perl trainer—-was added.
* The schedule has been improved to allow you more flexibility in
choosing sessions to attend.
There's still time to get a third of your fifteen minutes of fame!
Submit your lightning talk today. The deadline for early acceptance is
one week before the conference (October 6). But if you have an idea on
the first day of the conference, we're holding at least two lightning
talk spots until the end of that day. However, you have a much better
chance of being accepted if submit your talk now.
Stay up to date with everything that's going on with the Perl Workshop
by subscribing to our RSS feed at http://pghpw.org/ppw2007/atom/en.xml.
If you are coming to the Friday Social, RSVP at
Full details are on the Workshop Web site at http://pghpw.org.
Hope to see you there.
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