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  LA.pm tech meeting tonight log4perl @Ticketmaster on 2008.07.24 9:47 naterajj

Submitted by naterajj on 2008.07.24 9:47
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naterajj writes "This is a reminder of tonight's LA.pm Technical Meeting!
  • What: Bruce McKenzie will talk about: Log4perl and a bit more: Logging strategies, approaches, and pitfalls
  • When: Tonight, July 24th at 7:00pm
  • Where:

Ticketmaster 8800 W. Sunset blvd. West Hollywood, CA 90069

About the speaker:

Bruce McKenzie is a Sr. Development Manager at St. Bernard Software (www.stbernard.com), an avid Los Angeles Perl Monger in spite of living more than 90 miles away. He will be sharing his experiences with Log4perl and related technologies.

About Ticketmaster:

Ticketmaster is the world's leading ticketing company, operating in 20 global markets, providing ticket sales, ticket resale services, marketing and distribution through www.ticketmaster.com one of the largest e-commerce sites on the Internet; approximately 6,500 retail outlets; and 20 worldwide call centers. Ticketmaster celebrated its 30th anniversary in 2006 and currently serves more than 9,000 clients worldwide across multiple event categories, providing exclusive ticketing services for hundreds of leading arenas, stadiums, performing arts venues, museums, and theaters. In 2006, the company sold more than 128 million tickets valued at over $7 billion on behalf of its clients. Ticketmaster is headquartered in West Hollywood, California.

Ticketmaster will provide pizza and beverages!

Parking Instructions:

Parking is available at the Ticketmaster Building, the entrance is on Palm Ave., right before Sunset Blvd.

Please see the map below: http://www.google.com/maps?f=q&hl=en&q=8800+w.+sunset+blvd.+west+hollywood,+ca&i e=UTF8&om=1&ll=34.092934,-118.380542&spn=0.025482,0.054245

The LA.pm Team"

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  LA.pm Tech Meeting @ Oversee.net, this Thursday![->] on 2008.04.16 9:31 naterajj

Submitted by naterajj on 2008.04.16 9:31
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LA.pm will be having a technical meeting this Thursday the 17th of April at the Oversee.net offices in downtown Los Angeles.

Theron Stanford will be presenting Module Versioning with Apache 1 and mod_perl 1, AKA how to load and use different versions of the same module.

For details please visit LA.pm
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  LA.pm Meeting @ Pricegrabber, Tue March 18th 7PM[->] on 2008.03.06 18:00 naterajj

Submitted by naterajj on 2008.03.06 18:00
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A few months back, LA.pm conducted a survey amongst its members to collect a list topics to have at future meetings, this month's meeting covers one of them. Thomas MacNeil, Director of Technology Operations at Pricegrabber will be giving a presentation about Module Writing, including concepts and examples of: packages, namespaces, symbol tables, and conventions. Parking, pizza and beverages will be provided by Pricegrabber. Please visit LA.pm for details
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  LA.pm Meeting with Richard Dice, Feb 28th at 7pm[->] on 2008.02.25 20:01 naterajj

Submitted by naterajj on 2008.02.25 20:01
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Richard Dice, the president of The Perl Foundation, will be joining on Thursday Feb 28th at 7:00pm to discuss The 7 Stages of Perl Monger as well as other topics that come up.

The meeting will be at the Ticketmaster Offices in West Hollywood, and they will be providing pizza and beverages!

Please go to LA.pm's Website for details, including parking instructions.
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  Perl @ SCALE 6x - 50% off of registration prices![->] on 2008.01.03 18:28 naterajj

Submitted by naterajj on 2008.01.03 18:28
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Perl Mongers users from the cities of Los Angeles, Orange County, San Diego and Thousand Oaks will be promoting Perl from their booth at SCALE 6x, SCALE will be held from February 8th to the 10th at the Westin Hotel near the Los Angeles Airport.

On the 10th, Parrot's Allison Randal will present "Programming Parrot".

Use the promotional code "PMONG" to get 50% off of the registration price.

Come enjoy a weekend of technical presentations. Early Bird registration closes Saturday, January 5th.
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  LA.pm meeting in Santa Monica, Nov. 8th 2007[->] on 2007.10.31 12:15 naterajj

Submitted by naterajj on 2007.10.31 12:15
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LA.pm announces its next technical meeting for Thursday the 8th of November!

We will have a series of short presentations, so far:
  • Perl 5.10 (based on rbjs' presentation at the PPW).
  • Creating Domain Specific Languages with Parrot.
  • A/B Testing by Ben Tilly
  • Introductory Talk about Perl and Template Toolkit by Pablo Velasquez


The meeting will be held at the Rent.com offices in Santa Monica.

For details please visit the LA.pm website
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  LA.pm - brian d foy @ Santa Monica, Sept 20th[->] on 2007.09.07 11:41 naterajj

Submitted by naterajj on 2007.09.07 11:41
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Announcing LA.pm's next meeting!

What:
brian d foy will present "Making your own CPAN"

When:
Thursday the 20th of September, from 7:00pm to 9:00pm

Where:
Rent.com
2425 Olympic Blvd, Suite 400E
Santa Monica, CA

LA.pm is very glad to welcome back renowned Perl author brian d foy,
for his presentation about "Making your own CPAN", discover how CPAN
works and how to create your own local mirrors, it's CPAN to go!.
The meeting will be held at the Rent.com offices in Santa Monica
on Thursday the 20th of September, from 7:00pm to 9:00pm

brian d foy is an instructor for Stonhenge Consulting Services, he has
co-authored many Perl books, including: Learning Perl, Intermediate Perl,
and his recent solo book Mastering Perl. He is the creator and a regular
contributor of the quarterly magazine The Perl Review (TPR) and one of
the founders of the first Perl Mongers group, New York PM. To get more
information about brian please check his website:

http://www.pair.com/~comdog/

His presentation is drawn from an article that will appear in the Fall 2007
issue of TPR, so if you can't make it to the meeting make sure to take a look
at the magazine: http://www.theperlreview.com/

Rent.com is an Ebay company, and one of the local Perl shops, they are
located in Santa Monica. Find out more at

http://www.rent.com/company/why

IMPORTANT INFORMATION BELOW

Google Map:

http://maps.google.com/maps?f=q&hl=en&geocode=&q=2425+Olympic+Blvd,+Suite+400E,+ Santa+Monica,+CA&sll=37.0625,-95.677068&sspn=48.50801,111.621094&ie=UTF8&z=16&iw loc=addr&om=1

Parking Instructions:
*** Attendees please make sure to park in the Visitors section.
PLEASE DO NOT FORGET TO BRING YOUR PARKING TICKETS FOR VALIDATION ***

Seating is limited and will be available on a first come, first served basis.

The LA.pm Team
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  Randal Schwartz @ LA.pm meeting on 08/16/2007 on 2007.08.09 0:47 naterajj

Submitted by naterajj on 2007.08.09 0:47
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Randal Schwartz will be presenting an Introduction to Rose::DB::Object, the ORM Framework by John Siracusa that has gained a lot of popularity since its release to CPAN.

The meeting will be on Thursday the 16th of August at 7:00pm at the Rent.com office in Santa Monica. Seating is limited and will be available on a first come, first served basis.

For details please visit:

http://la.pm.org/
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  Journal: Randal Schwartz @ LA.pm meeting on 08/16/2007 on 2007.08.09 0:47

Journal by naterajj on 2007.08.09 0:47
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Randal Schwartz will be presenting an Introduction to Rose::DB::Object, the ORM Framework by John Siracusa that has gained a lot of popularity since its release to CPAN.

The meeting will be on Thursday the 16th of August at 7:00pm at the Rent.com office in Santa Monica. Seating is limited and will be available on a first come, first served basis.

For details please visit:

http://la.pm.org/
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  LA.pm is looking for speakers! on 2007.08.02 15:41 naterajj

Submitted by naterajj on 2007.08.02 15:41
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Hello all,

LA.pm is looking for speakers to give talks at one our meetings. If you are local or if you are just passing by and if you have something you want to talk about for a couple of hours with a bunch of fellow minded geeks, this is your chance to do so!.

We can host our meetings in West Hollywood, Santa Monica or Woodland Hills, wherever is more convenient to you!

Thanks in advance!

You can contact me at naterajj at gmail dot com
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