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Only started with Perl4 and Perl5 in 1995. I was doing AWK etc for 12 years before that, and resisted switching. I've been doing OO since before C++ hit bigtime, with Objective-C and SmallTalk, so I really like the (no longer new) Perl5 OO style; and the Lispish Map style is also an old friend. What do I hack with Perl? All data that passes my way; systems monitoring scripts at $DayJob, weather data at night, and I cheat on NPR word puzzles. Member: Boston.pm.org [pm.org] BLU.org [blu.org] /. LinkedIn [linkedin.com]

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Tuesday February 05, 2008
06:53 PM

Boston.pm- Tech Meeting, Tuesday, February 12, at MIT

[ #35588 ]

Boston.pm will have a tech meeting on Tuesday, February 12, at MIT, in building E51, room 376 (directions below), starting at 7:15pm.

Martin Owens will be giving a presentation on one of his modules, Data::Validate::XSD.

http://search.cpan.org/~doctormo/Data-Validate-XSD-1.03/

This module allows the definition of complex data structures and allows validation against them. It is based on the W3C XSD definition, and does not use XML. Features include mirrored-errors (which describe failures in terms of their structural position and the effect on the parents) and minimal dependencies. Use cases include validation data sent to a webpage, validating data used in object creation, and validating XML parsed data.

RSVP to [Ronald] if you're planning to attend - rjk-bostonpm (at) tamias (d*t) net.

Pizza and soda for this meeting will be sponsored by Cambridge Interactive Development Corp. Thanks CIDC!

Ronald

[Forward by Bill / n1vux ]

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