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Wednesday November 21, 2001
04:28 AM

German Perl Workshop

[ #1330 ]

I've just got a couple of emails from the organisers of the German Perl Workshop saying that they've accepted my proposals for talks at next year's workshop. The downside of this is that I need to submit materials suitable for inclusion in the proceedings by Dec 1st. Guess I know what I'll be working on over the weekend then!

I'm hoping to give the same or similar talks at other conferences next year, so here's a quick overview.

  • Idiomatic Perl [tutorial]
    Larry says it's ok to use "baby-talk" Perl. We promise not to laugh. But there comes a time when you'll want to start to write your programs in a more "Perlish" style. This tutorial will introduce a number of useful Perl idioms that will make your programs look like they were written by a guru.
  • Idiotic Perl[1]
    I've spent a lot of the last year in the land of the script-kiddie. It's been strange and interesting. In this talk I plan to report back on my experiences and suggest ways that we can bridge th gap between us and them.

[1] Not 100% sure of this title. I'm also contemplating The Crappy Hacker Picture Show.

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