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Journal of MarkyMoon (3661)

Wednesday January 14, 2004
11:23 AM

Rubbercity Perl Mongers Unleashed!

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I figured I'd better have something good for my first entry, so...

After moving back home to Akron, Ohio from Portland, Oregon I quickly realized that one of the things I missed most was Perl Mongers. PDX.pm has a pretty amazing group of perl hackers and was a great opportunity to hear the different ways people (ahem...) use Perl to get the job done faster/better.

Thanks to grep's encouragment, and the fact that my wife insists that I occasionally go out into the real world, I decided to do something about Akron's lack of it's own PM. Although I doubt my own skills on a regular basis, I am but a lowly Graphic Designer you see, I am glad that I've jumped in and started the group.

If you happen to live in the Akron area and want to get more info, the group's (temporary) address is http://www.markymoon.com/rubbercity/ .

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  • I've just been working on a similar effort to start a .pm here in Bethlehem. I'm just missing the swellness of TPC, and I figure there must be at least a few perlists out here. (So far so good.) I wish you luck; no one should have to code alone.
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