Submitted talks: 26
Accepted talks: 16

Tracks

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Speaker Talk title Duration Language Date
Curtis Poe (‎Ovid‎) ‎Two Successes, One Failure‎ lightning  

Beginning Perl

This is a track targeted at Perl programmers who yet don't have a lot of expertise. Here you'll learn a lot of basic and very important stuff.

Speaker Talk title Duration Language Date
Lech Baczyński (‎lechu‎) ‎The WTFish side of using Perl‎
[ Talk ]
20 minutes 03/08/09 15:10
Marty Pauley (‎maokt‎) ‎My First CPAN Module‎ 20 minutes 04/08/09 10:25

Corporate Perl

Speaker Talk title Duration Language Date
Dave Cross (‎davorg‎) ‎Why do so many companies re-invent well-known CPAN modules badly ... ?‎ 20 minutes 04/08/09 16:00
Mark Keating (‎mdk‎) ‎What is Enlightened Perl? What is the Enlightened Perl Organisation?‎ 20 minutes 03/08/09 16:20
Michael Kröll (‎pepl‎) ‎How and why Perl is used in a corporate environment - A case study‎
[ Talk ]
20 minutes 05/08/09 09:10
Cosimo Streppone (‎cosimo‎) ‎How Opera Software uses Perl‎
[ Talk ]
40 minutes 03/08/09 10:55
Matt S Trout (‎mst‎) ‎Dependency management and deployment strategies for perl5‎ 20 minutes 03/08/09 16:40
Matt S Trout (‎mst‎) ‎Catching a ::Std - Standardisation and best practices in the perl community‎ 40 minutes 05/08/09 14:55

Everyday Perl

Speaker Talk title Duration Language Date
Léon Brocard (‎acme‎) ‎Fewer cables‎
[ Talk ]
20 minutes 03/08/09 15:10
Philippe Bruhat (‎BooK‎) ‎Perl Secret Operators‎ 20 minutes 03/08/09 14:00
Piers Cawley (‎pdcawley‎) ‎MooseX::Declare - why I started programming in Perl again‎ 40 minutes 03/08/09 11:40
Gabor Szabo (‎szabgab‎) ‎Padre, the Perl IDE‎
[ Abstract ]
40 minutes 04/08/09 14:00

Trainings

Speaker Talk title Duration Language Date
Damian Conway (‎damian‎) ‎New Features of Perl 5.10 and Perl Best Practices (1 of 2)‎ 360 minutes 06/08/09 09:00
Dave Cross (‎davorg‎) ‎Introduction to Perl (day 1)‎ 360 minutes 01/08/09 09:30
Dave Cross (‎davorg‎) ‎Introduction to Perl (day 2)‎ 360 minutes 02/08/09 09:30