Perl Workshop
Perl Workshop
Written by Sue Gee   
Tuesday, 08 November 2011

The annual London Perl Workshop, organized under the auspices of YAPC (Yet Another Perl Conference), is taking place on 12th November. This is a free event but attendees should register beforehand.

The theme for this year's London Perl Workshop is Industrial Strength Perl, and some talks will focus on the manner in which Perl is used in the commercial world and the strength of Perl for development in an enterprise environment.

 

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Two workshops tracks are running alongside the speaker sessions and a two-part workshop, Testing in Perl, is to be given by I Programmer contributor, Gábor Szabó, known in Perl circles as author of the Padre IDE and for the recently launched Perl Weekly email newsletter service.

Other workshops are on Modern Core Perl from Dave Cross of the London Perl Mongers and on Deploying Perl Web Apps to the Cloud by Tatsuhiko Miyagawa.

Full details of the schedule and the venue the University of Westminster in central London can be found on the London Perl Workshop website:

http://conferences.yapceurope.org/lpw2011/

 

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