KEYNOTE: The "M" Word
Over the last year the Perl community has been dabbling in areas that has typically shunned before. The "M" word has been heard mentioned in public and some of us are using it without any discernible shame or embarrassment.
In this talk we'll look at what has been going on - and why. And we'll try to work out if we've had any success.
I might even tell you what the "M" word is.
Attended by: Nicholas Clark, mirod, Léon Brocard (acme), Barbie, Pedro Figueiredo (pfig), Leo Lapworth (Ranguard), Dave Cross (davorg), Dagfinn Ilmari Mannsåker (ilmari), osfameron, David Dorward, Adam Trickett (ajt), andrea rota, Damon Davison (allolex), Piers Cawley (pdcawley), Florian Ragwitz (rafl), Curtis Poe (Ovid), Dirk De Nijs (ddn123456), Tatsuhiko Miyagawa (miyagawa), Matthew Black, Jess Robinson (castaway), James Mastros (theorbtwo), Edmund von der Burg (evdb), Rosellyne Thompson (rozallin), Mark Rainford, John Davies, Simon Elliott, fifi, Ian Wells (ijw), Gabi Hack (gabimuc), Gillian Forster, victoria conlan, Nathan Lewis, Zac Stevens, Squeeky, Marko Zagožen (mzagozen), Richard Taylor, Andrej Fischer, Tzctyapc, Patricia Roberts (Pat), Anish Kumar (Anish), Colin Robertson, Anatolie Mazur (Mask),