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: Dave Cross (davorg), Léon Brocard (acme), Piers Cawley (pdcawley), Richard Taylor, Zac Stevens, Matthew Black, Tzctyapc, Marko Zagožen (mzagozen), Nathan Lewis, Damon Davison (allolex), mirod, Gabi Hack (gabimuc), osfameron, Anatolie Mazur (Mask), Gillian Forster, Patricia Roberts (Pat), Simon Elliott, Florian Ragwitz (rafl), andrea rota, Edmund von der Burg (evdb), Squeeky, Tatsuhiko Miyagawa (miyagawa), Barbie, Ian Wells (ijw), David Dorward, Curtis Poe (Ovid), Nicholas Clark, Adam Trickett (ajt), Jess Robinson (castaway), Pedro Figueiredo (pfig), Leo Lapworth (Ranguard), Andrej Fischer, Anish Kumar (Anish), Dagfinn Ilmari Mannsåker (ilmari), John Davies, Colin Robertson, victoria conlan, Rosellyne Worrall (rozallin), James Mastros (theorbtwo), Dirk De Nijs (ddn123456), fifi, Mark Rainford,