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  Reserve your YAPC|10 rooms by May 19th[->] on 2009.05.17 13:38 ehdonhon

Submitted by ehdonhon on 2009.05.17 13:38
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Planning on staying on campus for YAPC|10? Make sure you reserve your room prior to May 19th. After that date, we no longer have an exclusive hold on the rooms and other events can end up taking our rooms. For more information on YAPC::NA housing, look on the YAPC|10 website at yapc10.org.
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  YAPC::NA::09 Registrations and CFP now live.[->] on 2009.03.13 10:06 ehdonhon

Submitted by ehdonhon on 2009.03.13 10:06
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The very first Yet Another Perl Conference was held in '99. To celebrate the 10th anniversary of that event, we are offering a special YAPC|10 admission price of $99 — but only for 10 days! After that, the price goes up to $125. Be sure to buy your ticket at YAPC10.org today.

While you're at it, why not submit a talk for YAPC? Deadline for talk proposals is Friday, 24 April 2009. Submit your talk today!
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  Submit your PPW talks today! (please)[->] on 2008.09.12 7:45 ehdonhon

Submitted by ehdonhon on 2008.09.12 7:45
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Friday, September 12th is the last day to submit talks for The Pittsburgh Perl Workshop. Although we will likely accept late submissions, we're hoping to get a schedule put together very soon. So, don't delay!
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  SUBMIT YOUR TALKS FOR PPW 2008![->] on 2008.09.03 14:13 ehdonhon

Submitted by ehdonhon on 2008.09.03 14:13
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The call for papers for the Pittsburgh Perl Workshop is still open, but not for long. It's time to step up and submit your talk.

Don't you want to be part of the excitement? Don't you have something to share with the Perl community? Don't you want to make your mark on the historic PPW? Of course you do!

So why put if off? Submit your talk now. Just click:

and fill out the form. It's that easy.

But don't delay! Claim your speaking spot while there's still time.
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  Pittsburgh Perl Workshop CFP now open![->] on 2008.08.13 12:05 ehdonhon

Submitted by ehdonhon on 2008.08.13 12:05
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PPW 2008 is just a few months away. That means now is the time to submit a talk proposal. Haven't you been doing cool stuff with Perl? Of course you have! Then why not share the fun with the whole Perl community? Give a talk at PPW 2008!

Just go to pghpw.org and submit a talk proposal. It's that easy.

But don't delay. Get your proposal in soon — or else you might miss out.

Seize the day! Own the fun! Submit a talk proposal for PPW 2008 now!
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  Schedule for PPW posted[->] on 2007.09.12 20:20 ehdonhon

Submitted by ehdonhon on 2007.09.12 20:20
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The schedule for The Pittsburgh Perl Workshop has been posted. Two days of talk-goodness plus a hackathon!

The deadline for discounted hotel rates has been extended to Monday, September 17th.
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  Parrot Bug Day at PPW![->] on 2007.09.11 20:45 ehdonhon

Submitted by ehdonhon on 2007.09.11 20:45
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In addition to being the opening day for the Pittsburgh Perl Workshop, Saturday, October 13th is also Bug Day for Parrot! Feel like helping out with a Parrot bug? Come to the PPW Hackathon! Parrot architect, Allison Randal, will be present to help you get started.

The PPW Hackathon has been made possible through a sponsorship from The Perl Foundation.
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  PPW 2007 CFP: Only 72 hours left![->] on 2007.08.24 15:56 ehdonhon

Submitted by ehdonhon on 2007.08.24 15:56
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One last chance! If you have anything to say or share about Perl, don't wait. Submit a talk proposal NOW to the Pittsburgh Perl Workshop. It's fun, it's easy, and it's your LAST chance.

Come Monday, August 27, at 08:00 EDT, we are closing the doors. If you haven't submitted a talk proposal by then, you WILL deny yourself the fun and glory that only PPW speakers can know.

But you need not suffer that grim fate! Victory is at hand! Just go to pghpw.org and submit a proposal for your talk.

Can't think of an idea for a talk? No problem! We have a wiki full of great ideas. Pick an idea, and submit a talk. Or add an idea for somebody else to use. Either way, you win! But you must act now.

Seize the day! Own the fun! Submit a talk proposal for PPW 2007 now!
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  Pittsburgh Perl Workshop CFP due August 20th[->] on 2007.08.13 15:24 ehdonhon

Submitted by ehdonhon on 2007.08.13 15:24
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You! Submit a talk proposal by 20 August 2007 (Please!)

The Pittsburgh Perl Workshop 2007 is your golden opportunity to share your Perl ideas, code, and projects with eager hordes of like-minded codefolk. Last year's speakers had so much fun that we were forced to add an extra day of speaking slots to this year's PPW. Shouldn't one of those slots be yours? Shouldn't you experience the full glory of the PPW fun-fest that only speakers can know?

Of course you should!

Haven't you ...
done cool stuff with Perl?
written interesting code?
seen the future of Perl?
got a trick to share?
got a story to tell?

Then tell us!

Just go to pghpw.org and submit a talk proposal. It's easy.

But don't delay. Get your proposal in by 20 August 2007 — or else you might miss out.

Seize the day! Own the fun! Submit a talk proposal for PPW 2007 now!
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  Announcing The Pittsburgh Perl Workshop 2007[->] on 2007.06.25 12:56 ehdonhon

Submitted by ehdonhon on 2007.06.25 12:56
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The Pittsburgh Perl Workshop 2007 web site is now live. Call for papers is now open. (See the site for the full announce text)

Major differences from last year's conference include:
  • The workshop is now a two-day event.
  • Special, new course for programmers with little or no Perl experience.
  • Improved scheduling.
  • The web site is now powered by ACT

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