In this issue:
- The Workshop has ended!
- Conference proceedings, photo, etc.
- IPW 2009 survey
- Attendance certificates
- YAPC::EU 2010 in Italy
In this issue:
- "Pocket Perl" book in the Supporter Pack
- Regione Toscana patronage
- Workshop attendees update
- Make your personal schedule
- Social Dinner
The organization would to thank President Claudio Martini for the patronage and for the support to the event.
The Italian Perl Workshop is a free event, and it's not necessary to buy a ticket to participate.
However, if you want to support the Workshop, you can choose to pay the "Supporter" price or make a donation. This will help us offer better services and organize events of ever higher quality. The Supporter Pack is price € 50 and it has these extras:
- Event T-shirt
- Invoice (if requested)
- "Supporter" attendance certificate
- A copy of "Pocket Perl" book
- Perl.It Association membership (if requested; more information soon)
In this issue:
- Workshop attendees
- Conference schedule
- Social Dinner
The conferenche schedule is officially posted and we have an exciting set of talks this year!Enrico Sorcinelli (bepi)
Born in 1997, Wind soon became the third cellular phone operator in Italy and the second in land-line telephony. It is also the first italian Internet portal by number of visitors, and one of the main italian ISPs. [Read more >>] Michele Beltrame (arthas)
We are very happy to announce the latest addition to the list of our guests for Italian Perl Workshop 2009: Mike Whitaker (Penfold).
Mike is a member of the Moose community, and has given a number of talks on Moose at other Perl workshops. Mike works for the BBC's iPlayer team, and is a founding board member of the Enlightened Perl Organisation.
In this issue:
- Italian Perl Workshop 2009: Guest Speakers
- Dave Rolsky will not come to Italian Perl Workshop - Moose world-class cancelled
- Call for Paper: last days for submissions
- Payment system for registration / participation confirmation opened
- Hotel discounts
The MySQL database is owned, developed and supported by Sun Microsystems, one of the world's largest contributors to open source software. Enrico Sorcinelli (bepi)
Use code IPW2009 at checkout before November 30, 2009.
Learn more or download a free 21-day trial today at http://www.activestate.com/perl_dev_kit/ Enrico Sorcinelli (bepi)
Also IPW 2009 organizers would thank Best Practical for having donated us Hiveminder Pro accounts: we use Hiveminder as support tool for conference organization.Enrico Sorcinelli (bepi)
Dave Rolsky (autarch) is well known in the Perl community for his innumerable CPAN contributions: Moose, HTML::Mason, and DateTime to name a few (http://search.cpan.org/~drolsky/ for the rest), and for other projects (JSAN).
Moreover Dave will give a World Class day's training on Moose on October 21, 2009 (the day before the conference). This mini-course will be a paid event, and will be expressly for the purpose of covering Dave's flight to Europe and hotel expenses.
The cost for person is likely to be around EUR 100, with a maximum of 25 participants.
Please get in touch as soon as you can! If you're interested, let us know by sending an e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org Enrico Sorcinelli (bepi)
Amy Hoy is a user interaction and product design expert and regular speaker at OSCON and other workshop and conferences. Enrico Sorcinelli (bepi)
The preparations for the 2009 Italian Perl Workshop are going full speed ahead! We've already got some fantastic confirmed guest speakers (Tim Bunce, Jonathan Worthington), and we have the opportunity of getting Dave Rolsky (autarch), well known in the Perl community for his innumerable CPAN contributions: Moose, HTML::Mason, and DateTime to name a few (http://search.cpan.org/~drolsky/ for the rest), and for other projects (OpenJSAN).
As Dave lives in the United States, covering his travel costs is expensive...
However, Dave has also suggested that he would be available to give a World Class day's training on Moose. This mini-course would of course be a paid event, and would be expressly for the purpose of covering Dave's flight to Europe and hotel expenses.
The cost for person is likely to be around 100 Euro, with a minimum of 10 participants. Fewer than 10 would mean an increased cost, or the cancellation of the course: this would of course mean we couldn't invite Dave Rolsky to the workshop either.
The most likely date is the 21st of October, 2009 (the day before IPW, Wednesday).
Who's interested? This is a very rare opportunity to hear a World Class speaker talk about Moose in Europe!
We'd like to note that Pisa is easily accessible by plane from many European cities, with low cost airlines such as Ryanair and Easyjet flying direct to PSA (Pisa Galileo Galilei airport, 2km from the town centre).
Please get in touch as soon as you can! If you're interested, let us know by sending an e-mail to email@example.com so that we can finalize arrangements ASAP. If we are able to run the course, we would ask for payment shortly, up front.Enrico Sorcinelli (bepi)
No Starch Press publishes the finest in geek entertainment, with a focus on open source/Linux, security, hacking, programming, and alternative operating systems.
No Starch support us as a silver sponsor and for that we thank them.
If you planned to stay in Pisa during workshop days, now is the time for booking!
We are contacting other hotels to get more discounted rooms. As soon as we have news, we'll publish them on the page above.Enrico Sorcinelli (bepi)
We are happy to announce that Opera Software will sponsor the conference.
The IPW 2009 organizers would like to thank them.
We are happy to announce the Smart Open Software is a gold sponsor.
Smart Open Software Srl (SOS) is a small software firm located in Rome, Italy. We are committed to building the best software products possible (mainly web-based), using solely open standards and technologies.
We are happy to announce that pair Networks is platinum sponsor.
pair Networks, is a global Web hosting and domain name registration company (one of the world leaders in its industry). They host over 190,000 Web sites for businesses, bloggers, artists, musicians, educational institutions, and non-profit organizations from around the world.
Geoesse (società italiana che lavora nell'ambito delle misurazioni topografiche) e Nestoria (azienda inglese che fornisce servizi di ricerca immobiliare) sono i primi Supporter sponsor per l'edizione 2009 di Italian Perl Workshop.
Un grazie a Geoesse e Nestoria per la fiducia!
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