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  Journal: San Diego Perl Mongers August Meeting and Presentation on 2009.08.18 16:51

Journal by cgrau on 2009.08.18 16:51
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The San Diego Perl Mongers is having their normal meeting of the month this week on Thursday, August 20, from 7:00 pm until 9:00 pm, but it's in a not-so-normal location. DrJays.com will be hosting us in meeting room B of the Courtyard by Marriott in Sorrento Valley this month, so we will get to hear about some technology and projects they are working on. Come on by to learn something new, chat about so

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  Journal: Damian Conway is coming... on 2008.09.24 15:54

Journal by cgrau on 2008.09.24 15:54
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On Tue, Sep 23, 2008 at 11:36:53PM -0700, Bob Kleemann wrote:

Ladies and Gentlemen, Techies and Programmers,

The San Diego Perl Mongers are happy to announce, for one night only, the one and only Damian Conway! He will be appearing Monday night, September 29 at the Qualcomm Building Q Auditorium. Please arrive by 7 PM to hear him muse on a myriad of topics, including, but not limited to (in his own words):

modern archaeological techniques, bidirectional cross- dressing, Ancient Greeks hackers, improbable romances, the real Club Med, why programmers shouldn't frequent casinos, the language of moisture vaporators, C++ mysticism, conversational Latin, state machines on steroids, feeding the dog the old-fashioned way, the shocking truth about anime, programming without variables or subroutines, the Four Voids of the Apocalypse, Microsoft's new advertising campaign, what the Romans used instead of braces, drunken stonemasons, the ancient probabilistic wisdom of bodkins, how to kill a language with a single byte, and the price of fish.

Note: Topics are subject to change without notice, reason, or warning, so please pay attention!

So please come on by and learn something new. Bring some friends if you like, and have fun in the process.

Please let me know if there are any questions.

Directions can be found on the San Diego Perl Mongers web site.

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  Damian Conway is coming... on 2008.09.24 15:54 cgrau

Submitted by cgrau on 2008.09.24 15:54
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On Tue, Sep 23, 2008 at 11:36:53PM -0700, Bob Kleemann wrote:

Ladies and Gentlemen, Techies and Programmers,

The San Diego Perl Mongers are happy to announce, for one night only, the one and only Damian Conway! He will be appearing Monday night, September 29 at the Qualcomm Building Q Auditorium. Please arrive by 7 PM to hear him muse on a myriad of topics, including, but not limited to (in his own words):

modern archaeological techniques, bidirectional cross- dressing, Ancient Greeks hackers, improbable romances, the real Club Med, why programmers shouldn't frequent casinos, the language of moisture vaporators, C++ mysticism, conversational Latin, state machines on steroids, feeding the dog the old-fashioned way, the shocking truth about anime, programming without variables or subroutines, the Four Voids of the Apocalypse, Microsoft's new advertising campaign, what the Romans used instead of braces, drunken stonemasons, the ancient probabilistic wisdom of bodkins, how to kill a language with a single byte, and the price of fish.

Note: Topics are subject to change without notice, reason, or warning, so please pay attention!

So please come on by and learn something new. Bring some friends if you like, and have fun in the process.

Please let me know if there are any questions.

Directions can be found on the San Diego Perl Mongers web site.

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  San Diego Perl Mongers August Meeting on 2008.08.15 10:47 cgrau

Submitted by cgrau on 2008.08.15 10:47
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The San Diego fork of the Perl Mongers have a meeting scheduled for Thursday, 12 August 2008 at 7:00pm. This is the first meeting since I attended OSCON, so I expect to entertain plenty of questions on that topic. Including, for those not lucky (insane?) enough to attend as many Damian Conway talks as I, the meaning of readline!open!((*{$!},$/)=\$file) and why it should (shouldn't?) be used it that next big project.

As with most of our meetings, this will be an informal gathering at a trendy fast casual restaurant. We're a friendly group (really) and all are welcome, regardless of Perl experience.

Time and location, as always, is available at our web site, http://sandiego.pm.org/.

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  Journal: San Diego Perl Mongers August Meeting on 2008.08.15 10:47

Journal by cgrau on 2008.08.15 10:47
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The San Diego fork of the Perl Mongers have a meeting scheduled for Thursday, 21 August 2008 at 7:00pm. This is the first meeting since I attended OSCON, so I expect to entertain plenty of questions on that topic. Including, for those not lucky (insane?) enough to attend as many Damian Conway talks as I, the meaning of readline!open!((*{$!},$/)=\$file) and why it should (shouldn't?) be used it that next big project.

As with most of our meetings, this will be an informal gathering at a trendy fast casual restaurant. We're a friendly group (really) and all are welcome, regardless of Perl experience.

Time and location, as always, is available at our web site, http://sandiego.pm.org/.

Update: Of course, the meeting is on the 21st, not the 12th as I had originally written.

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  San Diego Perl Mongers November Meeting on 2007.11.07 21:05 cgrau

Submitted by cgrau on 2007.11.07 21:05
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The San Diego Perl Mongers group will be having their regularly scheduled meeting at 7:00pm on Monday, November 12, 2007. Not so regular, however, is what we'll be doing. We have a presentation this month! David Moore will be joining us to talk about the different Perl/C interfaces, SWIG and XS. It should be interesting, so come on out and join us.

We'll be meeting at in Qualcomm's building Q auditorium.

6455 Lusk Blvd.
San Diego, CA 92121

Google Map (This is not quite right. The building is on the west side of Pacific Center Blvd. It's the building with the colorful roof.)

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  Journal: San Diego Perl Mongers November Meeting on 2007.11.07 21:05

Journal by cgrau on 2007.11.07 21:05
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The San Diego Perl Mongers group will be having their regularly scheduled meeting at 7:00pm on Monday, November 12, 2007. Not so regular, however, is what we'll be doing. We have a presentation this month! David Moore will be joining us to talk about the different Perl/C interfaces, SWIG and XS. It should be interesting, so come on out and join us.

We'll be meeting at in Qualcomm's building Q auditorium.

6455 Lusk Blvd.
San Diego, CA 92121

Google Map (This is not quite right. The building is on the west side of Pacific Center Blvd. It's the building with the colorful roof.)

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  SanDiego.pm Hosting a Night with Damian Conway on 2007.10.02 13:50 cgrau

Submitted by cgrau on 2007.10.02 13:50
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Thursday, 4 October 2007, 7:00pm

Damian Conway is coming to town, and the San Diego Perl Mongers are pleased to be hosting him for an evening seminar. Damian will be presenting something we're all sure to fine extremely interesting.

For details and directions, see the SanDiego.pm web site.

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  Journal: SanDiego.pm Hosting a Night with Damian Conway on 2007.10.02 13:50

Journal by cgrau on 2007.10.02 13:50
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Thursday, 4 October 2007, 7:00pm

Damian Conway is coming to town, and the San Diego Perl Mongers are pleased to be hosting him for an evening seminar. Damian will be presenting something we're all sure to fine extremely interesting.

For details and directions, see the SanDiego.pm web site.

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  SanDiego.pm July Meeting on 2007.07.03 13:37 cgrau

Submitted by cgrau on 2007.07.03 13:37
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Come join the myriad members of the San Diego Perl Mongers as they meet once again to discuss, debate, deconstruct, and sometimes even deviate from all things Perl.

Monday, 09 July 2007, 19:00 - 21:00
Panera Bread, Mira Mesa, Calif. (with free wi-fi!)

We never have an agenda, but we always have a good time.

http://sandiego.pm.org/

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  Journal: SanDiego.pm July Meeting on 2007.07.03 13:37

Journal by cgrau on 2007.07.03 13:37
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Come join the myriad members of the San Diego Perl Mongers as they meet once again to discuss, debate, deconstruct, and sometimes even deviate from all things Perl.

Monday, 09 July 2007, 19:00 - 21:00
Panera Bread, Mira Mesa, Calif. (with free wi-fi!)

We never have an agenda, but we always have a good time.

http://sandiego.pm.org/

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  SanDiego.pm May Meeting on 2007.05.14 13:14 cgrau

Submitted by cgrau on 2007.05.14 13:14
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cgrau writes "I've been remiss in announcing meetings for the San Diego chapter of the Perl Mongers. The last meeting I announced was February. Now I'm finally announcing the meeting for May on the same day as the meeting. Between this and not putting together a new web site in the four months I've had it under my control, I am a terrible example of a Perl Monger cheerleader.

That said, SanDiego.pm is having its general meeting tonight, Monday, May 14, 2007 at 7:00pm. As always, we meet at Panera Bread (free wi-fi!) in Mira Mesa. Directions and such can be found on our web site, SanDiego.pm.org.

Tonight, one of our members is celebrating their birthday. What a fantastic way to celebrate the anniversary of one's birth. And I should know. I spent my last birthday at our January gathering.

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  Journal: SanDiego.pm May Meeting on 2007.05.14 13:14

Journal by cgrau on 2007.05.14 13:14
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I've been remiss in announcing meetings for the San Diego chapter of the Perl Mongers. The last meeting I announced was February. Now I'm finally announcing the meeting for May on the same day as the meeting. Between this and not putting together a new web site in the four months I've had it under my control, I am a terrible example of a Perl Monger cheerleader.

That said, SanDiego.pm is having its general meeting tonight, Monday, May 14, 2007 at 7:00pm. As always, we meet at Panera Bread (free wi-fi!) in Mira Mesa. Directions and such can be found on our web site, SanDiego.pm.org.

Tonight, one of our members is celebrating their birthday. What a fantastic way to celebrate the anniversary of one's birth. And I should know. I spent my last birthday at our January gathering.

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