15/11/10 05:28 by jonasbn
Mutation Test presentation: 'Quis custodiet ipsos custodes?' by Tryggvi Björgvinsson now available: http://hackademic.org/wp-content/uploads/2010/11/quis_custodiet_ipsos_custiodes.pdf
14/11/10 14:55 by jonasbn
Pictures from NPW2010 in Reykjavik, Iceland on Flickr: http://www.flickr.com/photos/7988940@N03/sets/72157625262370437/
Please feel free to comment and possible add more images, please use the tag #npw2010
14/11/10 11:53 by jonasbn
Presentation by Baldur Kristinsson on 'PSGI and Plack', available on http://mbl.is/~bk/psgi2010/
14/11/10 11:52 by jonasbn
'Workflow' presentation available on SlideShare. http://slidesha.re/bhe7dh revised for NPW 2010
14/11/10 09:44 by jonasbn
We have made some minor adjustments to the schedule, we had two talks on testing. With what little schedule we had it seemed overkill.
12/11/10 21:31 by jonasbn
The Nordic Perl Workshop 2010 will take place at a local hackerspace in Reykjavik Iceland.
16 Grandagarður, Reykjavík, Ísland
12/11/10 21:27 by jonasbn
Schedule has now been adjusted to fit into the slot we have. NPW2010 has to fit it with a lot of other workshops going on at the same event.
The additional workshops are going on both Saturday and Sunday and are all related to open and free software. There are workshops on: Creative Commons, Wikipedia, Arduino, Gimp Open Street Maps and many other topics...
29/10/10 07:12 by jonasbn
The venue is not settled at this time. Either the workshop will happen at the University of Reykjavik or at a local hackerspace, depending on the number of attendees.
So please register to give us an indication of your participation. It will make it easier for us to handle the numbers.
29/10/10 07:09 by jonasbn
The skeletal schedule is up, still under construction however. Check it out: http://conferences.yapceurope.org/npw2010/schedule
We need more talks and lightning talks
28/10/10 09:45 by jonasbn
We are very happy to announce a talk by Baldur Kristinsson, about PSGI and Plack http://bit.ly/aDiY0M
Attend to get up to speed with Perl web development
25/10/10 11:24 by jonasbn
Yes the Nordic Perl Workshop will be free of charge, but talks are still welcome.