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Friday November 18, 2005
04:54 AM

Web Frameworks Night

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Last night London.pm hosted a "Web Frameworks Night" where we had speakers who talked about Catalyst, Django and Ruby on Rails.

It was a very successful night (probably the highest attendance we've ever had for a meeting). I've written some notes about the talks over on my blog.

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  • Well, actually, I'm sure there are more than one frameworks out there that weren't covered, but I always like to point out my favorite: CGI::Application [cgi-app.org]. Good stuff & a great community.

    Peace,

    Jason
    • Well the point wasn't really to demonstrate all available frameworks, we had a finite amount of time :)

      The idea was to give a flavour of the frameworks available in these three languages. Catalyst was chosen to represent Perl because a) it's getting a lot of good press recently, b) in many ways it's most like Rails and Django and c) it was the first Perl framework that the organisers could find a speaker for.

      There is, of course, a huge choice in Perl web frameworks. But sometimes presenting users[1] with a